Danny Bulanadi – RIP

Comic book artist Danny Bulanadi has passed away.

Danilo P. (Danny) Bulanadi
February 9, 1946 – November 3, 2022


From The Art of Danny Bulanadi Facebook page:

Danny Bulanadi has passed away on November 3, 2022 at 12:40 a.m. due to chronic heart failure.

From  the CBR obituary:

Danny Bulanadi, longtime Marvel comic book inker who had years-long runs on both Captain America and Fantastic Four (part of his long association with penciler Paul Ryan), has passed away at the age of 76.

Bulanadi spent the late 1970s doing a number of assignments for DC.

In 1980, he moved to Marvel, where he became the regular inker on the Micronauts comic book series.


In the late 1970s, Bulanadi also designed the Canadian superheroes Captain Canada and Captain Newfoundland, for a comic strip by writer Scott Stirling in the Newfoundland Herald.

An interview at The Art of Danny Bulanadi covers some of this territory.

Jerry Bails Who’s Who has Danny starting a regular comics career in The Philippines in 1973 and moving to American comic books in 1978. His career had continued to the present by drawing adaptations of The Bible.


Comic Art Fans has pages of Danny ink art and full art.

Danny’s association with Paul Ryan led to Danny inking two of The Amazing Spider-Man Sunday pages for December 31, 1995 and January 7, 1996.



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