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Personal History

Danny Crespi was a long-time letterer who became Marvel's Art/Production Supervisor. He died of leukemia at age 59 in 1986 (supposedly having survived for eleven years with the disease).[1] Crespi was eulogized in the "Bullpen Bulletins" of December 1985 comics, as well as in The Comics Journal #101 (Aug. 1985)

His daughter is letterer and production manager Susan Crespi.

Professional History

Crespi started his career in 1948 as a letterer, mostly for Marvel. He became an assistant production manager in 1969, and a production supervisor in 1978. He was known a "skilled craftsman, an expert on calligraphy, design, and production."[1]

Work History

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Notes

  • "Marvel production coordinator Danny Crespi dead at age of 59," Comics Journal #101 (August 1985).
  • Danny Crespi interview, David Anthony Kraft's Comics Interview #9 (March 1984), p. 4.

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Links and References

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Shooter, Jim. "Bullpen Bulletins," The Vision and the Scarlet Witch vol. 2, #3 (Dec. 1985).
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