Nestor Redondo (May 4, 1928– September 30, 1995) was a comic-book artist best known for his work for DC Comics, Marvel Comics, and other American publishers in the 1970s and early 1980s. Redondo studied Architecture at the Mapua Institute of Technology in Manila until fourth year, and did not finish having been lured into drawing in comics and working in advertising. In the 1970s, Redondo began to do work for publishers in the United States. His earliest U.S. credit is penciling and inking the seven-page story "The King Is Dead", by writer Jack Oleck, in DC Comics' House of Mystery #194 (Sept. 1971). Through the 1970s, Redondo drew dozens of such supernatural anthology stories for DC titles including House of Secrets, The Phantom Stranger, Redondo also drew for editor Vincent Fago's 1973 Pendulum Press Illustrated Classics, including Dracula and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde adaptations reprinted by Marvel Comics three years later as Marvel Classics Comics.