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Veteran comic book artist Joe Sinnott died at 93

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The veteran actor, Joe Sinnott who was born in Saugerties, N.Y., in 1926 died at the age of 93. He served in the US Navy for a short period and also worked at his father’s business which was a plant of manufacturing cement. 

His family paid condolences to him and confirmed the news by releasing a statement, which read, “He went peacefully with the knowledge that his family, friends, and fans adored him. He enjoyed life and was drawing up until the end. He always loved hearing from all of you and having your comments read to him. Each and every one of you was special to him. Thank you again for being such loyal and dedicated fans and friends to Joe. He considered all fans friends, and seeing you at cons and reading your messages was what kept him young at heart.” 

Joe debuted as an artist in the year 1950, which was the same year when he married his love Betty Kirlauski. Their love was quoted and taken as an example among his fans and family as the duo got separated after the demise of Betty in the year 2006. 

Joe’s grandson also paid tribute to his grandfather by tweeting, “It is with great sorrow that I must announce the passing of my grandfather, legendary @Marvel Comics artist, Joe Sinnott. He passed away this morning, June 25th, at 8:40 am at the age of 93. He enjoyed life and was drawing up until the end. RIP, Poppy.”

Sinnott is well known for his works in Captain America, The Inhumans, Marvel, and others. He officially announced his retirement from the comic book in the year 1992. According to reports, he kept working on many sideline projects and kept up the spirit until his last breath. 

The former Marvel editor in chief Roy Thomas also paid his condolences to the demise of Sinnott. 

 

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