Born: 1925 May 24 in New York, New York, United States

Died: 2013 April 24 in New York, New York, United States

Notes: To be confirmed against the Who's Who entry.


Name:

    Carmine Infantino Type: GCD Official (type is deprecated)

Other Names:

  1. Cinfa Type: Pen Name
  2. Rouge Enfant Type: Pen Name

Signatures:

  1. Carmine Infantino [generic]
  2. CI [generic]
  3. Infantino [generic]

Awards:

  1. 1958: National Cartoonist Society Awards (NCS Awards) - Comic Book Division
  2. 1961: Alley Awards - Best Artist
  3. 1962: Alley Awards - Best Pencil Artist
  4. 1963: Alley Awards - Best Artist
  5. 1964: Alley Awards - Best Pencil Artist
  6. 1969: Alley Awards - Special Award
  7. 2000: Eisner Award - Hall of Fame - Voter's Choices
  8. 2000: Inkpot Award - [no name]

Awards for Issues:

  1. 1961: Alley Awards - Best Single Issue
    The Flash (1959 series) #123

Awards for Stories:

  1. 1961: Alley Awards - Best Cover
    Flash of Two Worlds! (The Flash) cover, 1p
  2. 1961: Alley Awards - Best Story
    Flash of Two Worlds! [Chapter 1] (The Flash) comic story, 10.7p
  3. 1962: Alley Awards - Best Book-Length Story
    The Planet That Came to a Standstill! (Adam Strange) comic story, 24p

Art Influences:

Influences by Carmine Infantino (b. 1925) were stated by:
  1. Enrique Alcatena (b. 1957)
  2. George Broderick (b. 1957)
  3. Fred Hembeck (b. 1953)
  4. Gilbert Hernandez (b. 1957)
  5. Steve Leialoha (b. 1952)

Non Comics Works:

  1. Publication Title: Ariel: A Fantasy Magazine #1 (magazine) - Role: artist - Year: 1976
    Employer Name : The Morning Star Press
    Work Title: Will the Real Bruce Wayne Please Stand Up?
    Notes: Interior artwork (with Neal Adams and Bob Kane) for Tappan King's story in the magazine edited by Thomas Durwood.

  2. Publication Title: Justice League: An Adult Coloring Book (book) - Role: artist - Year: 2017
    Employer Name : DC Comics
    Notes: Interior B&W artwork for coloring.


Relations:

  1. Sibling - Jim Infantino (b. 1932)