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GCD Comics Timeline
He attended the Kubert School in the mid-1980s and then worked at Archie until about 1993. In 1994, he began working on the new line of cartoon-based titles at DC, where he continues to work today.
There, he has worked on “Looney Tunes” since 1994. He has also worked on “Animaniacs” (1995–1999), “Scooby-Doo” (2003–2010), and “Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?” (2011–2014), among other series.
From 2000 to 2003, he inked a dozen or so comics at Bongo. In 1998, he began doing inks and production work on comics at Felix the Cat Productions and soon became the editor.
At Comic Book DB — http://comicbookdb.com/creator.php?ID=6059
In the GCD — https://tinyurl.com/yaww7ahl
(Derek Fridolfs and McRae created the cover art on “Looney Tunes” #228, DC: February 2016)
He was a translator for Eastern Comics (1987–1988), Douglas Yi’s brief foray into reprinting Korean manhwa for the English-language market.
He adapted the movie “Predator 2” (Dark Horse, 1991), collaborated with Tim Vigil on the script for Vigil’s “EO” (Rebel Studios, 1992), and wrote a few other comics stories through the mid-1990s.
In the GCD — https://tinyurl.com/ya9pf6hf (some explicit images)
(Hyun-se Lee created the cover art on “Untouchables” #1, Eastern Comics: 1988)
She was active in CAPA-Alpha from 1973 through 1985. After graduating from The Kubert School, she penciled a story in “New Talent Showcase” (DC, 1984).
She went on to draw “Arion, Lord of Atlantis” (1984–1985) and she had a story in “Wonder Woman Annual” (1989).
She also published at First Comics, Dark Horse, and Eclipse. In 1989, she created two gay vampire erotic stories for “Taboo” #2 (Spiderbaby).
At Comiclopedia — https://www.lambiek.net/artists/s/sherman-tereno_cara.htm
In the GCD — https://tinyurl.com/yaoecpko
(Judith Hunt and Ricardo Villagran created the cover art on “Evangeline” #5, First: January 1988, with the interior story drawn by Sherman-Tereno)
While a teenager he began drawing for role-playing game publishers such as White Wolf. He and two friends formed Massive Black to develop character and concept designs for games and films.
In the mid-2000s, he drew and posted alternate designs for some ‘X-Men’ characters. They were noticed by a Marvel editor who invited him to submit work.
Djurdjević has since drawn hundreds of covers for Marvel, from “Blade” in 2006 to a spate of ‘Fantastic Four Villains’ covers this winter.
At Wikipedia — https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marko_Djurdjevi%C4%87
In the GCD — https://tinyurl.com/y8wunj3e
(Djurdjević created this cover art on “Captain America” #1, Marvel: September 2018)
He and writer Kurt Busiek created “Marvels” in 1994 to much acclaim.He became the cover artist for “Kurt Busiek’s Astro City” when it launched the next year at Image.
In 1996 he drew and co-wrote with Mark Waid the Elseworlds mini-series “Kingdom Come” at DC Comics.
Ross won the ‘Best Painter’ award in the “Comics Buyer’s Guide” Fan Awards every year from 1994 through 2000, leading to the retirement of the award.
He and Waid shared a 1997 Will Eisner Award and he received a 1998 National Cartoonists Society award.
At Comiclopedia — https://www.lambiek.net/artists/r/ross_a.htm
At Wikipedia — https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alex_Ross
In the GCD — https://tinyurl.com/y8s3uvm7
(Ross painted the cover art on “Kingdom Come” #1, DC/Elseworlds: May 1996)
In the 1990s, she wrote ‘Barbie’ comics (1991–1995) and a story-arc in “Morbius: The Living Vampire” (1994–1995) at Marvel, as well as a few other stories.
When artist Alex Kotzky (11 September 1923 - 26 September 1996) died, she and Brian Kotzky continued the strip ‘Apartment 3-G’. She remained with the feature until 2000.
In the GCD — https://tinyurl.com/y9ozth7p
(John Romita Sr. created the cover art on “Barbie” #1, Marvel: January 1991)
He created and wrote “The Champions” (Eclipse, 1986–1987), with early issues by Carol Lay (born 15 September 1952), based on a role-playing game from Hero Games.
He then formed Heroic to continue “The Champions” and to publish other titles set in the same universe, such as “Flare”. He wrote many of the stories himself. Heroic continues to publish, recently adding digital formats.
His unrelated creation “Eternity Smith” (1986–1988), with art by Rick Hoberg (born 7 July 1952), launched at Renegade Press and then moved to Heroic.
At Wikipedia — https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dennis_Mallonee
In the GCD — https://tinyurl.com/y8uc5zea
(Mark Propst created the cover art on “Icicle” #1, Heroic Publishing: July 1992)
He is well-known to comics fans for his roles as Tim O’Hara on “My Favorite Martian” (1963–1966) and as scientist Dr. David Banner on “The Incredible Hulk” (1977–1982).
While he didn’t participate in creating comics, he did appear in comics — in-character in photographs, sometimes on covers.
At Wikipedia — https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Bixby
In the GCD — https://tinyurl.com/ydcar68l
In the IMDb — https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0084642/
(An unknown photographer created the cover art on “The Courtship of Eddie's Father” #1, Dell: January, 1970)
From 1930 he worked as a sports illustrator and cartoonist. He drew for magazines from “Match L’Intransigeant” to “Sport-Mondial” for more than thirty years. He was known as a regular caricaturist for the Tour de France.
One of his earliest comics was the science-fiction series ‘Futuropolis’ in “Junior” in the late 1930s. He drew and Jean Sylvère wrote the jungle series ‘Durga Rani’ in “Fillette” (1946–1953).
He is best known for his work on ‘Les Pieds Nickelés’, a series that had been created by Louis Forton. From 1948 to 1981, he drew the feature in a variety of comics magazines.
Pellos was awarded the Grand Prix at Angoulême in 1976.
At Comiclopedia — https://www.lambiek.net/artists/p/pellos.htm
In the GCD — https://tinyurl.com/yc5xc83p
(Pellos created the cover of “Les Pieds Nickelés” #62, SPE: 1968)
She is well-known for her science-fiction series “Finder”, self-published 1996–2006, then a webzine, then published by Dark Horse in the 2010s.
Other early work appeared in “Mythography” and “Shanda the Panda”. She drew a story-arc in Greg Rucka’s “Queen & Country” (Oni Press, 2003).
Among other continuing work, she has contributed to “Girl Comics” (Marvel, 2011) and “Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman” (DC, 2015).
McNeil received the Kimberly Yale Award for Best New Talent in 1997, presented by Friends of Lulu at San Diego.
She won the Ignatz Award for Outstanding Series at SPX in 2004 and 2005 and the Eisner Award for Best Webcomics in 2009, all for “Finder”.
At Comiclopedia — https://www.lambiek.net/artists/s/speed-mcneil_carla.htm
At Wikipedia — https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carla_Speed_McNeil
In the GCD — https://tinyurl.com/yau28nk4
(McNeil created the cover art on “Finder” #1, Lightspeed Press: November 1996)
- Illustrerade klassiker #90 - Dr. Jekyll och Mr. Hyde [(1:a upplagan)] (Illustrerade klassiker)
- Illustrerade klassiker #92 - Abraham Lincoln (Illustrerade klassiker)
- Illustrerade klassiker #91 - De tre musketörerna (Illustrerade klassiker)
- Illustrerade klassiker #93 - Rip Van Winkle (Illustrerade klassiker)
- Illustrerade klassiker #94 - Kapten King (Illustrerade klassiker)
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