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    Gary Panter

    Person » Gary Panter is credited in 47 issues.

    Artist. Known for being the man behind the creation of many Frank Zappa's album covers and also set designer for Pee Wee's Playhouse. Mainly put out comics through Fantagraphics and other independent publishers, his first work for Marvel was the art in the first pages of Omega The Unknown, Issue #7 (2008).

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    Gary Panter last edited by Billy Batson on 09/14/20 07:54AM View full history

    Gary Panter was born in Oklahoma and raised in Texas. He studied painting at the East Texas State University and moved to Los Angeles in 1977. In the early 70's he drew posters and band fliers for the likes of The Germs and as well as creating the early adventures of his punk/nuclear/hillbilly alter ego, Jimbo.

    In the 1980s, he was the set designer for Pee Wee's Playhouse, where he won three Emmy Awards. Returning to comics in the early 1990s, Gary drew seven issues of a Jimbo comic book.

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