| Art Baltazar|
| Cartoonist, Writer, Penciller|
The Cray-Baby Adventures
Captain Camel & the Space Chicken
2011 Eisner Award for Best Publication for Kids
The Big Amoeba, Tiny Titans: Field Trippin, Tiny Titans: Return to the Treehouse
Art Baltazar Wikipedia
Arthee "Art" Baltazar (born 1968) is an American comics artist and writer who currently works for DC Comics.
Art Baltazar started making comic books with his self-published comic book, The Cray-Baby Adventures. Since then he has created such other comics as Gyro-Man, Captain Camel & the Space Chicken, Jimmy Dydo, Lunar Lizard, Meteor Mite and Patrick the Wolf Boy.
Baltazar had a brief tenure with Warner Bros. and had a monthly comic strip in Disney Adventures Magazine titled "Gorilla Gorilla!". Baltazar has completed a graphic novel titled The Big Amoeba for Platinum Studios.
Baltazar was the artist and co-writer with Franco Aureliani of Tiny Titans, for which the two won a 2011 Eisner Award for Best Publication for Kids. The Baltazar and Aureliani team co-wrote DC's Billy Batson and the Magic of Shazam! and the comic book adaptation of the animated TV series Young Justice. In 2011, Capstone Publishers began publishing a series of DC Super-Pets books illustrated by Baltazar. In 2012, Baltazar founded a comic book shop in Skokie, Illinois with his partner and co-owner Franco Aureliani. That same year, DC launched a new series titled Superman Family Adventures which was written and drawn by Baltazar and Aureliani. Fuzzy, the Krypto Mouse, a character who appeared in a single story in Superboy #65 (June 1958), inspired a similar character created by Baltazar for Superman Family Adventures. In 2013, Baltazar and Aureliani launched a revival of The Green Team for DC. That series was cancelled in January 2014.2011 Eisner Award for Best Publication for Kids for Tiny Titans.