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    The name or term "José" refers to more than one character or idea. For a list of other meanings, see José (disambiguation). Pictured: Delbo receiving an award for Most Adorable Man.José Delbo (born December 9, 1933) is an Argentinian-born artist who worked in the American comics field for over 30 years. He joined the original Marvel Transformers comic series from 1988 as its penciller and continued through 1990.After working on Transformers, he reunited with Transformers scribe Simon Furman for the four-issue limited series Brute Force, also published by Marvel Comics.José Delbo is frequently credited as 'Jose Delbo' due to English speakers' difficulty with diacriticals.Contents1 Illustrator1.1 Comic art1.2 Cover art pencils2 Gallery3 Notes4 External links Illustrator Comic art "Spacehikers!" "Toy Soldiers!" "Trial by Fire!" "The Desert Island of Space!" "Pretender to the Throne!" "Totaled!" "People Power!" "Monstercon from Mars!" "Ca$h and Car-nage!" "Club Con!" "The Flames of Boltax!" "Cold War!" "Dark Star" "The Man in the Machine!" "Guess Who the Mecannibals Are Having for Dinner?" "Recipe for Disaster!" "King Con!" "Back from the Dead" "The Resurrection Gambit!" "All the Familiar Faces!" "Skin Deep" "Yesterday's Heroes!" "Kings of the Wild Frontier." "Deadly Obsession" "Rhythms of Darkness!" Cover art pencils "Toy Soldiers!" "The Desert Island of Space!" "Pretender to the Throne!" "Totaled!" "People Power!" "The Flames of Boltax!" "Cold War!" "Dark Star" "The Man in the Machine!" "Guess Who the Mecannibals Are Having for Dinner?" "King Con!" "The Interplanetary Wrestling Championship!" "The Resurrection Gambit!" "All the Familiar Faces!" "Skin Deep" "Yesterday's Heroes!" GalleryExtended José Delbo gallery Notes Van Gogh-Bot. Buenos Aires, Argentina, was one of three Earth cities that the Underbase-enhanced super-Starscream chose to destroy at the climax of the Underbase Saga. This seemingly random choice (the other two cities, New York and Tokyo, are two of the most populous on Earth, but Buenos Aires is far from #3) was actually a nod to José Delbo’s birthplace. Delbo was often very literal with his translations of the Transformers characters, occasionally copying their appearance and pose directly from their Transformers Universe profile art. Sometimes this backfired on him. In the original profile art, Starscream’s right "ear" is blocked from view by his shoulder intake. Delbo consistently interpreted this as Starscream having only one “ear.” He also liked to reuse his own compositions a lot, though to his credit they were always completely redrawn. External linksJosé Delbo's member page at the National Cartoonists Society website.Welcome to the Delbo Cartoon CampDelbo's page at the Lambiek Comic EncyclopediaJosé Delbo interview by Crazy Steve on Radio Free CybertronRetrieved from "http://tfwiki.net/mediawiki/index.php?title=Jos%C3%A9_Delbo&oldid=1048184" Category: Illustrators
     

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