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Renee Pulve

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Renee Pulve (aka Renee Paniccia) was a comic book designer and artist specializing in colors.

Pulve worked in the comic industry briefly in the mid-1990s working on titles such as Mortal Kombat, Mantra, Ultraforce, and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, all for Malibu Comics, primarily as a cover color artist. On the DS9 series, she worked on four issue covers, "Mission of Mercy", "Last Remains", "Blood & Honor", and "The Looking Glass War". Other projects included logo design, trading cards, and editorial pages.

She left the industry in the late 1990s and eventually founded her own design business.

In 1995, an issue by Malibu Comics, "The Search", announced that she and Mark Paniccia had married. They have since divorced.

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