Marcelo Frusin exclusive to DC

DC Comics announced that Hellblazer artist Marcelo Frusin has signed an exclusive contract.

Frusin, a South American artist known for his use of shadow and light, first drew issue Hellblazer #143 before becoming the regular series artist began with #151.

His other Vertigo work includes the stories "A Walk in the Park" for Flinch #3, "Imagine" for Weird War #2, and "First Among Men," for Weird Western Tales Special.

"Marcelo is an amazing talent, and we're very glad to have him on board," said Karen Berger, Vertigo executive editor. "Along with writer Brian Azzarello, he's helped take one of Vertigo's flagship titles in a distinctive new direction - and he draws one mean John Constantine."

"I'm really comfortable working with DC," Frusin said. "My editors at Vertigo have had great confidence in me and have treated me in the best way. And I love Hellblazer. This series is ideal for me, and lets me keep evolving my style."

In addition to his work for Vertigo, Frusin also drew two issues of Magnus, Robot Fighter, a story for X-Men Unlimited #18, and the "Niko Slavo" series in Intrepido Magazine, from Italian publisher Universo.

Taken from Comics Continuum.

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