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'''Dick Giordano''' {{born|20|July|1932|died|27|March|2010}} was an American [[comics|comic book]] artist and brother-in-law to artist [[Sal Trapani]].
 
'''Dick Giordano''' {{born|20|July|1932|died|27|March|2010}} was an American [[comics|comic book]] artist and brother-in-law to artist [[Sal Trapani]].
   
Giordano worked for many publishers including both [[DC Comics|DC]] and [[Marvel Comics]]. He was the Executive Editorial Director of DC Comics, and during his tenure, the ground-breaking ''Watchmen'' by Alan Moore and ''Dark Knight Returns'' by [[Frank Miller]] series were published. He also founded an advertising art company Continuity Associates, along with [[Neal Adams]].
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Giordano worked for many publishers including both [[DC Comics|DC]] and [[Marvel Comics]]. He was the Executive Editorial Director of DC Comics, and during his tenure, the ground-breaking ''Watchmen'' by Alan Moore and ''Dark Knight Returns'' by [[Frank Miller]] series were published. He also founded an advertising art company Continuity Associates, along with [[Neal Adams]].
   
 
In {{y|1975}}, he worked on at least one comic story published by [[Peter Pan Records]] in their ''[[Star Trek]]'' series "[[Passage to Moauv]]".
 
In {{y|1975}}, he worked on at least one comic story published by [[Peter Pan Records]] in their ''[[Star Trek]]'' series "[[Passage to Moauv]]".
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