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Antonio Lemos

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Antonio Lemos
Biographical information
Born: August 4, 1940
Died: N/A
Nationality: Mini australia.gif Australian
Occupation: Cover artist, Artist
Website: The art of Antonio

Antonio Lemos is a cover artist who creates covers for Frew's The Phantom comic series.


Antonio Lemos was born on August 4, 1940 in the small Uruguayan town of Artigas, one of seven children. After some time in the Navy, he created his first major comic strip series, Rocco – The Man from the Islands, which first saw print in 1974 and ran for seven years in Uruguay. He also worked with fellow Uruguayan comic artist, Eduardo Barreto, on the adventure comic strip Atla.

He later migrated to Australia and worked as a freelance artist and at the Department of Immigration, along with drawing or painting Phantom covers since 1993.

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Phantom works by Antonio Lemos




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