Fantasy artist Frank Frazetta died of a stroke Sunday night at the age of 82. While Frazetta's name was not as recognizable as artists such as Jack Kirby, or Alberto Vargas, his work was no less influential on the visual aesthetics of 20th century popular culture. Frazetta first made a name for himself drawing comics such as Li'l Abner, but it would be his book covers that made him a fantasy favorite. Frazetta is responsible for the enduring image of the barbarian Conan, whose well...Read Full Story
Frank Frazetta (February 9, 1928 – May 10, 2010) was a fantasy illustrator who worked on comic books, album covers and movie posters. Find more Frank Frazetta pictures, news and information below.