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NEW TEEN TITANS #17 (Feb 1986) DC Comics

cover:  Eduardo Barreto
George Pérez (layouts uncredited)
Date: Feb 1986
Cover Price: $1.50


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    NEW TEEN TITANS #17 (Feb 1986)
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    News: Longtime "Teen Titans" Artist Eduardo Barreto Has Died

    posted Dec 15, 2011 1:06 PM by Vu Sleeper


    NEW TEEN TITANS #17 (Feb 1986)
    DC Comics
    Longtime "Teen Titans" Artist Eduardo Barreto Has Died
    by Kevin Melrose, Staff Writer |   Thursday, December 15, 2011 12:30 PM

    Eduardo Barreto, the artist best known for his work on DC Comics' "New Teen Titans" in the '80s and, more recently, the "Judge Parker" newspaper strip, has passed away. He was 57.

    Although details of his death are still unknown, the Uruguayan artist contracted meningitis last year, forcing him to leave "Judge Parker," which he'd drawn since 2006. King Features had expressed hope that Barreto would fully recover and resume his duties, but he was quickly replaced by Mike Manley. Despite his health problems, Barreto returned to the comics this past July, drawing "The Phantom" Sunday strips.

    Born in 1954 in Montevideo, Uruguay, Barreto collaborated with legendary Argentine writer Hector German Oesterheld in the 1970s before making the leap in the '80s to the U.S. market, where he was most closely associated with DC Comics, where he drew such titles "Superman," "Action Comics," "The Shadow Strikes" and "Martian Manhunter." However, it was his extended run on "The New Teen Titans," succeeding fan-favorite artists George Perez and José Luis García-López, that brought him the most attention. Barreto also collaborated with writer James D. Hudnall on "Lex Luthor: The Unauthorized Biography," the 1989 one-shot considered by many fans to be the artist's best work.

    Barreto is survived by a son Diego, an artist on BOOM! Studios' "Irredeemable" who filled in for a week on "Judge Parker," and a daughter Andrea, a colorist.


    Eduardo Barreto is 'gravely ill'

    posted Feb 16, 2010 1:48 AM by vu sleeper


    NEW TEEN TITANS #17 (Feb 1986)
    DC Comics
    BREAKING: 'Judge Parker' artist Eduardo Barreto is 'gravely ill'; new artist sought
    By Michael Cavna  |  February 12, 2010; 9:13 AM ET

    Beginning next week, readers will notice a significantly different look to the comic strip "Judge Parker." That is because Eduardo Barreto, the feature's artist since 2006, is gravely ill.

    "Eduardo is not coming back," Woody Wilson, the longtime writer of "Judge Parker" and "Rex Morgan M.D." tells Comic Riffs. "He's gravely ill. He has told us he will not be able to [draw the comic for] the foreseeable future."

    Eduardo Barreto's style: "Every woman would get more voluptuous." (NAS)

    [ Read more BREAKING: 'Judge Parker' artist Eduardo Barreto is 'gravely ill'; new artist sought ]

    News: DC Comics Covergirls 2007 Wall Calendar

    Thu, 24 Aug 2006 20:40:58 CST [ submitted by Ilke Hincer ]
     From Ilke Hincer
    George's layouts for the cover of The New Teen Titans #17 were uncredited - it is this cover, drawn by Eduardo Barreto, that is featured in the DC Comics Cover Girls 2007 calendar.

    See the "click for other item views" section of the following link to see the back of the calendar:

    DC Comics Covergirls 2007 Wall Calendar
    Only $13.99

    Our Price: $13.99
    Status: In Stock
    Format: Standard Wall
    Size Closed: 12" x 12"
    Size Opened: 12" x 24"
    Grid Size: Medium Rectangle
    Binding: Stapled
    Time Span: 12-month +4
    Publisher: © 2007 Andrews McMeel
    Product ID: 200700002576