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Dan DeCarlo
Dan DeCarlo
Gender Male
Hair Dark
Date of birth 1919
Date of death Dec 18, 2001
Place of death Scarsdale, NY
Occupation Comic book artist

Dan DeCarlo was a comic-book artist. He did pencil work for DC's Scooby-Doo.

Dan DeCarlo defined the look of the prototypical American teenagers Archie, Betty, Veronica, Jughead and their friends at Riverdale High after taking over as chief artist at the comic book company in 1975, when the characters' creator, Bob Montana, died. The Archie cast was a combination of real people Mr. Montana remembered from his high school years in Haverhill, Mass., and the idealized small-town America of the Andy Hardy movies. Mr. DeCarlo brought his own distinctive, clean-lined cartoon style, which was soon adopted as the house style for the characters, especially the leggy females with wide eyes and snub noses.[1]

Stories worked on

Scooby-Doo! (DC Comics)

Issue Title Role
46 The Ex-Verminators pencils
51 Scare Wear pencils