NAME: FABIAN NICIEZA
APPEARING: All Three Days
KNOWN FOR: Co-creator of Deadpool, X-Force, New Warriors
NAME: FABIAN NICIEZA
Fabian Nicieza is an Argentine-American comic book writer and editor who is best known for his work on Marvel titles such as X-Men, X-Force, New Warriors, Cable and Deadpool, and Thunderbolts, for all of which he helped create numerous characters.
Fabian Nicieza’s first work for Marvel was Psi-Force #9. On the Marvel staff, he worked on a variety of books and characters before being tapped by EIC Tom DeFalco to develop the New Warriors in their own book in 1990. Nicieza worked on the final few issues of New Mutants in 1991 and developed a spin off series, X-Force with Rob Liefeld. He co- created Shatterstar and Deadpool and eventually went on to be the series’ full writer. During the early ’90s he was a driving force for X-characters such as X-Men, Cable, and Deadpool: The Circle Chase, developing characters that he would later bring together in Cable and Deadpool. Nicieza played an important role in the development of the X-Men as he was writing during landmark story arcs such as Age of Apocalypse, Phalanx Covenant, and X-Cutioner’s Song.
In 1992 Nicieza was made editor of Marvel’s imprint for children, Star Comics for a short time, before leaving Marvel’s staff to freelance. In 1996 he became editor in chief of Acclaim Comics, and eventually was promoted to president and publisher. When Acclaim Comics made major staff cuts in 1999, Nicieza returned to freelance work and Marvel taking over Thunderbolts from Busiek, writing a Gambit ongoing, and returning to X-Men, Cable and Deadpool and other books. In 2006, Nicieza returned to DC and worked on Red Robin and Legion Lost.
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