Born: 1931 July 13 in Santurce, San Juan, Puerto Rico

Died: 2019 August 8 in Long Island, New York, United States

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


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Names:

  1. Alfranc Alcarey Type: Pen Name
  2. Colón Sierra Type: Family
  3. Ernie Colón Type: GCD Official (type is deprecated)
  4. Ernie Colon Type: Other Language
  5. Ernesto Type: Given (birth)
  6. David St. Clair Type: Pen Name

Awards:

  1. 1970: Warren Awards - Best All-Around Artist
  2. 2011: Sondermann - Publikumspreis - Comics international

Art Influences:

Ernie Colón stated influences by:
  1. Eugène Delacroix
  2. Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
  3. Henri Matisse
  4. Katsushika Hokusai
Influences by Ernie Colón were stated by:
  1. Cara Sherman

Non Comics Works:

  1. Publication title: ? Work type : Live Show

    Employer name : First Traveling Actors Company

    Role: Actor Years: 1960 - 1963

    Notes: Stage acting in English and Spanish.

  2. Publication title: First Travelling Actors Co. Work type : Live Show

    Role: Actor Years: 1960 - 1963

  3. Publication title: Gothic Romances Work type : Magazine

    Role: Artist Years: 1975

  4. Publication title: Jim Sant Andrea Productions Work type : Advertising

    Employer name : Jim Sant Andrea Productions

    Role: Artist Years: 1976

    Notes: Multi-Media

  5. Publication title: Marvel Publications Work type : Magazine

    Employer name : Marvel

    Role: Artist

  6. Publication title: Nina, Pinta & Santa Maria Work type : Book

    Role: Writer

  7. Publication title: Sectaurs Work type : Fine Arts

    Role: Artist Years: 1985

    Notes: Sculptor

  8. Publication title: The Legion Companion Work type : Book

    Employer name : TwoMorrows Publishing

    Role: Artist Years: 2003

    Work URLs: https://www.amazon.com/reader/1893905225

    Notes: Interior artwork and interview for Glen Cadigan's book.

  9. Publication title: The Monster Times Work type : Magazine

    Employer name : The Monster Times Publishing Co.

    Role: Artist Years: 1972 - 1976