- Frank Frazetta, was born in Brooklyn, NY, in 1928. He rose to fame first for his work with comic books in the 1940s and 50s, then for his iconic fantasy art from the 1960s on. Frazetta was the inspiration behind Zelda artist Yusuke Nakano, and Frazetta’s artwork for the "Famous Funnies" were an inspiration for Star Wars. In the fifties he did cover art for Buck Rogers. Frank Frazetta died today, at the age of 82.
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