Adam Hughes ( May 5, 1967, Riverside, New Jersey) is an American comic book artist and penciller, best known for his " good girl art" featuring provocative depictions of female characters. ...more on Wikipedia about "Adam Hughes"
Adam Kubert is an American comic book artist. Both his father ( Joe Kubert) and his brother ( Andy Kubert) are also comic book artists. ...more on Wikipedia about "Adam Kubert"
Adam Pollina is an comic book artist and penciller. He is best known for his work on Marvel Comics' X-Force comic book. ...more on Wikipedia about "Adam Pollina"
Adrian Tomine (born 1974) is a popular Gen X cartoonist is perhaps best known for his periodical illustrations in The New Yorker. Often compared to Dan Clowes for his signature clean-line style, Tomine creates original material in the form of the comic book series Optic Nerve, ...more on Wikipedia about "Adrian Tomine"
Adriana Melo is a comic book artist and penciller born in Brazil. ...more on Wikipedia about "Adriana Melo"
Alfred Avison (born 1920) is an American comic book artist known for his work on Captain America and The Whizzer during the 1940s Golden Age of comic books. ...more on Wikipedia about "Al Avison"
Al Columbia is an American comic book artist. As a teenager, Columbia worked as an assistant to Bill Sienkiewicz on Alan Moore's ill-fated Big Numbers, and when Bill withdrew from the series, Moore and his publishers asked Columbia to continue as artist on the series. For reasons that remain unknown, Columbia also withdrew from Big Numbers, and the series remains unfinished to this day. ...more on Wikipedia about "Al Columbia"
Al Hubbard ( 1915- 1984) was a Disney comics artist who did mostly Chip 'n Dale, Scamp and Jiminy Cricket stories, but did some Donald Duck stories too - the very first Fethry Duck stories among them. He was an animator for Disney from 1938 to 1941 and did some non-Disney comics (mostly funny animals comics) as well. He ended his Disney comics career in 1979. ...more on Wikipedia about "Al Hubbard (artist)"
Allen "Al" Milgrom is an American comic book writer, penciller, inker and editor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Al Milgrom"
Al Williamson ( March 21, 1931 - ) is an American cartoonist of partly Argentinean descent. He was born in New York City, New York, United States. ...more on Wikipedia about "Al Williamson"
Ale Garza is a prolific penciler and comic artist. At the age of 18, he started working for Wildstorm, and quickly moved on to working with writers like Chris Claremont and Judd Winick, lending his art to titles like Gen 13, Zero, EVE Protomecha, Batgirl and Titans/ Young Justice: Graduation Day. Aside from DC, Garza has worked on Marvel Comics's Marvel Knights Spider-Man and Top Cow's Witchblade. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ale Garza"
Alex Maleev is a comic book illustrator. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alex Maleev"
Nelson Alexander "Alex" Ross (born January 22, 1970) is an American comic book painter, acclaimed for the photorealism of his work. Ross is by far the most prominent comic book painter in the industry and is known for his love of the vintage looks of classic characters and the more mythic elements of the superheroes. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alex Ross"
Alex Schomburg (born 1905, Puerto Rico; died 1998) was a prolific American commercial and comic book artist and painter whose career lasted ...more on Wikipedia about "Alex Schomburg" This article is made for www.shortopedia.com Comics_artists
Alex Sinclair is a colorist who has worked in the comics industry. He has been recognized for his work with nominations for the Comics Buyer's Guide Favorite Colorist Award in 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, and 2004. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alex Sinclair"
Alex Toth (born June 25, 1928 in New York City) is a cartoonist. He began his career in comic strips and comic books but is best known for his animation designs for Hanna-Barbera throughout the 1960s and 1970s. His work with Iwao Takamoto includes Superfriends, Jonny Quest and Space Ghost. Toth's work has been resurrected in the late-night, adult-themed spinoffs on Cartoon Network: Space Ghost: Coast to Coast and Sealab 2021. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alex Toth"
Alfonso Wong, also known as 王澤, Wong Chak and Alphonso Wong, (originally named 王家禧) is the author who claim himself as the creator of the popular Hong Kong comic strip Old Master Q in 1962, using his eldest son's name " Wong Chak" as a pen-name. Old Master Q has since been made into many movies, animated films, short animated films and other works of fiction. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alfonso Wong"
Alice Mak is an artist and cartoonist. She is one of the two creators of the cartoon characters McMug and McDull. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alice Mak"
Aline Kominsky-Crumb is an underground comix artist most famous for her autobiographical stories of growing up in New York during the 1960s. In these stories she refers to herself as 'The Bunch', a nickname she was apparently given as a child. She was born Aline Goldsmith to a upper-middle class Jewish family in Long Island. The superficial nouveau riche culture that she grew up in and the constant bickering of her parents led her to turn towards drugs, the counterculture and Greenwich Village as a teenager. Instead of going to therapy, she draws comic books about her life. She is married to the famous underground comic artist Robert Crumb. She wrote "Dirty Laundry," a comic about the Crumb family life, with her husband and later her daughter Sophie Crumb. Each of them drew his or her own characters for the comic. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aline Kominsky-Crumb"
Anarchy Studio is a group that produces comic, posters and other merchandise. Anarchy Studio is located in the United States. The company is also incorporated into Harris Publication. ...more on Wikipedia about "Anarchy Studio"
Andrew "Andi" Watson ( 1969 - ) is a British cartoonist and illustrator best known for the graphic novels Breakfast After Noon, Slow News Day and his current series Love Fights. ...more on Wikipedia about "Andi Watson" Fast shortopedia
Andrea Kruis, born in 1962 in Rotterdam, Netherlands is the daughter of Jan Kruis and a comics artist like her father. ...more on Wikipedia about "Andrea Kruis"
Andrew J. Law, who is also known by his pen name Michael Andrew Law or simply as Andrew Law (羅卓睿) is a newspaper comic strip artist based in Hong Kong. He currently works for the Catholic Church Weekly of Hong Kong. He was born on November 13 1982. ...more on Wikipedia about "Andrew J. Law"
Andrew Wildman (often credited as Andy Wildman) is a British artist, best known for his work in the comics field in the 1980s, mainly for Marvel Comics. Wildman cut his teeth on Marvel UK's titles in the late 1980s, including Galaxy Rangers, Thundercats, The Real Ghostbusters and, perhaps most notably, Transformers. His first strip work on Transformers came in #198 for the story Cold Comfort and Joy. He would rapidly ascend to being one of the key members of the title's art team, often working with inker Stephen Baskerville. ...more on Wikipedia about "Andrew Wildman"
Andy Kubert is an American comic book artist, the son of Joe Kubert and brother of Adam Kubert, both of whom are also artists. While he got his start at DC Comics, he is probably best-known for his work at Marvel Comics, in particular on various X-Men titles. In a rather unusual move, both Adam and Andy signed exclusive contracts to DC Comics in 2005. ...more on Wikipedia about "Andy Kubert"
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