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|Leonardo da Vinci|
Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci
April 15, 1452
May 2, 1519
Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci was born in Vinci, Florence in 1452. The son of simple parents, Leonardo became a genius scientist and artist. Because of his polymath like interests he is often portrayed in science fiction as having knowledge and foresight well beyond that of his era.
Public Domain Comic Appearances of Leonardo da Vinci
- New Fun #5: Non-fiction feature which shows the history of aviation including the contributions of Leonardo Da Vinci.
- Mystery Men Comics #9:Rex Dexter of Mars encounters aliens known as the Ecaepians who fears humans after viewing their violent history through a special lens that can see into the past. When Rex looks through the glass he sees Leonardo Da Vinci, Napoleon, and Alexander the Great.
- Blue Ribbon Comics #22: A biography of Leonardo da Vinci.
- Spy Smasher #8: A lost page from Leonardo da Vinci's notebook which shows how to construct a devastating weapon of mass destruction is found by a Italian researcher. The Nazis attempt to steal these plans only to be stopper by Spy Smasher who recovers them and gives the plans to the allies.
- Boy Comics #21: Time-traveler Yankee Longago encountered Leonardo da Vinci.
- Jumbo Comics #97: Time-traveler Stuart Taylor encountered Leonardo da Vinci.
- The World Around Us #8: Non-fiction piece about Leonardo da Vinci's dreams of flight.
- Picture Progress #10: Another non-fiction feature which shows the history of aviation including the contributions of Leonardo Da Vinci.
- True Comics #58:
Public Domain Comic Appearances Inspired by Leonardo da Vinci
- Blackhawk #55:Blackhawk and his team encounter a villain who has taken the name Leonardo Da Vinci and designed flight apparatuses based on the original Leonardo's designs for his minions in order plunder the Republic of Kahara.
- Outlaws of the West #11: Leonardo da Vinci Lane, a modern day sculptor; painter; and engineer, helps the army build light cannons, designed by his hero Leonardo Da Vinci, to reinforce a fort from a Native American attack.