Carlos Pacheco

Carlos Pacheco is a Spanish comic book artist and penciller. He is best known in the United States for his work on titles such as Avengers Forever, X-Men and Green Lantern. He usually works with inker Jesus Merino.

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... Carlos Pacheco said in the Spanish magazine X-Men that Grey King was designed after Jean Grey and Sebastian Shaw, the Black King ... Carlos Pacheco created the character mixing Mystique, Archangel, Nightcrawler, and Shadowcat Carlos first called her Spook but finally she appeared ... Carlos Pacheco called him after Kaos, the Spanish translation for Havok ...
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3800 Marc Silvestri, Dwayne Turner, Carlos Pacheco, Dale Keown, David Wohl, Rich Buckler Titled Canadian National Comic Book Exposition June 26–28 ... Phillips, Ted Raimi, Ian Churchill, Jeph Loeb, Carlos Pacheco, Mika Akitaka, Scott McNeil Canadian National Expo master brand first appears ... Vic Mignogna, Tony Moore, Trina Nishimura, Tom Noonan, Lisa Ortiz, Carlos Pacheco, David Paetkau, Zoie Palmer, Jimmy Palmiotti, Yanick Paquette, Dan Parent, David Prowse, Frank Quitely ...
Geoff Johns - Bibliography - DC Comics
... Goyer and Carlos Pacheco, graphic novel, hc, 96 pages, 2002, ISBN 1-56389-937-X) JSA All Stars #1-8 (with David S ... in #4, 2003) "A Day After..." (with Judd Winick, Carlo Barberi and Ivan Reis, in Teen Titans/Outsiders Secret Files #1, 2003) "Clash of the Teen Titans. 1, 2005) "Airborne" (with Ethan van Sciver and Carlos Pacheco, in #1, 2005) "No Fear" (with Carlos Pacheco, in #2, 2005) "Flight Delay" (with Carlos Pacheco, in #3 ...

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