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Sal Trapani

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Salvatore "Sal" A.Trapani
Biographical information
Born: April 30, 1927
Died: July 14, 1999
Nationality: Mini usa.gif American
Occupation: Artist
Website: N/A

Salvatore "Sal" A.Trapani (1927-1999) was an American comics artist.


Sal Trapani was born on April 30, 1927. He was the brother-in-law of the famous comic-book artist Dick Giordano.

He began his career for publishers Hillman & Gilmor in 1949. At the beginning of the fifties, he drew some "Classics Illustrated" stories for the Gilberton Company.

He worked for Charlton Comics in 1954 and became an artistic director for Cambia animation Studios from 1961 to 1965 while drew on many horror and thrilling stories for American Comic Group in the sixties.

He went on to work for DC Comics ("Teen Titans"), Warren publications ("Eerie", "Creepy"), Dell ("Dr. Who") and Gold Key ("Boris Karloff","Twilight Zone").

For Charlton Comics he contributed to the February 1969 The Phantom issue #30 with a story entitled "The Secret of the Golden Ransom".

In 1972, he inked various Marvel comics-books ("The Incredible Hulk", "Ghost Rider", "Master of Kung-Fu", "Star Trek") before returning to DC Comics ("Doom Patrol","Green Lantern"). He also worked on "Superman" in assisting José Delbo for the dailies strips published in the eighties.

Sal Trapani died on July 14, 1999.

Phantom work by Sal Trapani


Charlton Comics story

# Title Writer Artist
1 "The Secret of the Golden Ransom" Fortunato Delbo, Trapani