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Alex Saviuk (Earth-1218)

Alex Saviuk

Real Name
Alex Saviuk
Pseudonyms
Alex Saviuk

Employers
Marvel Comics;DC;Topps;King Features Syndicate


Characteristics
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Date of Birth

August 17, 1952

Personal History

Saviuk was born August 17, 1952 and grew up on Long Island, New York, graduating from Floral Park Memorial High School in 1970. He attended the School of Visual Arts, where he studied with Will Eisner, graduating in 1974 with a degree in Illustration.

Professional History

Saviuk is primarily known for his work on the character Spider-Man in the Web of the Spider-Man book.

In 1986, Saviuk moved to Marvel Comics, where he eventually established himself as a key Spider-Man artist with a seven-year run on Web of Spider-Man (issues #35-116). In 1989, he drew the The Amazing Spider-Man: Parallel Lives graphic novel. From 1994–1996, Saviuk worked on the series Spider-Man Adventures (later retitled The Adventures of Spider-Man).

Since 1997, Saviuk has drawn The Amazing Spider-Man Sunday newspaper comic strip, written by Stan Lee;and since 2003, he has inked the daily Spider-Man strip, pencilled by Lee's brother Larry Lieber, and pencilled the Sunday page of the same, inked by Joe Sinnott.

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