Comic Book Artist Carmine Infantino Reinvented 'The Flash'

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Comic book legend Carmine Infantino died Thursday at the age of 87. During a five-decade career, he drew for DC, Marvel and others, and was most notable for co-creating the Silver Age version of The Flash and redesigning Batman's look in the 1960s.

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