Legendary letterer Gaspar Saladino passed away yesterday following a long illness (his age is believed to be somewhere in the 88 or 90 range). Although he worked for a variety of publishers during his lengthy career, for well over five decades he was a staple of DC Comics responsible for so many of their iconic font designs. Gaspar designed hundreds of logos for the company and as time permitted, also worked on interiors particularly on Swamp Thing with Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson. The Catacombs extends its sincerest condolences to his family, friends and fans.
I always Remember Gaspars work. His name was Always something looked forward to.
I enjoyed the comics all the more.
Then iAd fun his name alone made me happy. Happy that's what count
Thanks for the post. He's in my heart.
Sad news. I liked his work. He was one of the first letterers to use a signature in the credits box instead of just a name, something much more common later on.
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