David Lopez

Artist

López started his comics career in the Spanish fanzine before moving on to work on Espiral. In 2002 he moved to the American comic book market. He is best known for co-creating and illustrating the first volume of the monthly series Fallen Angel, which was co-created by writer Peter David, and published by DC Comics. After the series was canceled in May 2005 following its twentieth issue, it was picked up by IDW Publishing in December of that year, but Lopez did not continue on it as artist, although he did provide the covers. López is also known for his lengthy run on DC's Catwoman and his work on All-New Wolverine.

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López started his comics career in the Spanish fanzine before moving on to work on Espiral. In 2002 he moved to the American comic book market. He is best known for co-creating and illustrating the first volume of the monthly series Fallen Angel, which was co-created by writer Peter David, and published by DC Comics. After the series was canceled in May 2005 following its twentieth issue, it was picked up by IDW Publishing in December of that year, but Lopez did not continue on it as artist, although he did provide the covers. López is also known for his lengthy run on DC's Catwoman and his work on All-New Wolverine.

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