Darko Macan (born 1966) is a Croatian author and illustrator who has created and collaborated on comics, essays and science fiction and fantasy. He is also an editor.
Born in Zagreb, where he still lives, he has a degree in history and archeology from the University of Zagreb.
He has drawn and written many comic books, mostly in Croatian, but in 1993 he broke into the American comics industry when he and fellow Croatian artist Edvin Biuković submitted their work to Dark Horse Comics. He has also done Donald Duck and Mickey Mouse for Disney comics. He was nominated for the Eisner Award twice (Grendel Tales: Devils and Deaths and Prayer to Sun).
As a writer, he has sold more than forty science fiction and fantasy short stories, two science fiction novels and three children's books. He has won four SFERA Awards and two Grigor Vitez Awards.
Under the pseudonym Cecile Quintal he has written essays about comics.
He was editor of nine Annual Collections of Croatian SF. He is editor-in-chief of the Q strip comics magazine.