Dave McCaig is a Canadian artist, primarily working as a colorist.
Dave Sharpe is known as a letterer. He studied at the Joe Kubert School and letters for Marvel Comics, running their in-house Lettering Department.
Dave is married with two children.
Senior comic book artist.
Artist, primarily covers.
Grant Morrison is a Scottish comic book writer who burst onto the scene in the late 1980's as part of DC's "British Invasion". Morrison has become a living legend in the field of comics, writing such acclaimed works as New X-Men, Doom Patrol, Animal Man, All-Star Superman, JLA, Batman, Action Comics, and Multiversity.
Starting his career at Marvel as an editor for X-Men titles, Marts would move to DC and spend 8 years as the Batman Office editor, before returning to Marvel in 2014 to become the X-Men editor once again, following DC's announcement to move their publishing offices to California.
Nathan Fairbairn has been a professional comic book colorist since 2007, working for Marvel on Star-lord, The Iliad and Young Avengers Presents, and for Topcow on Witchblade. He is based in Vancouver.
Brian Miller is the founder of Hi-Fi colour.
Joe Keatinge is a writer that has worked for Image Comics.
An American artist who has worked on Elephantmen, Moonstone, Nixon's Pals, Officer Downe, Batman, Incorporated, and Nameless
Previously the Senior Vice President/Executive Editor of DC Comics. Received the Wizard magazine "Man of the Year" award for 2003 for his work on the DC lineup. He started in 2002 and is currently Co-Publisher along side Jim Lee. He is also a writer.
DC Comics Letterer
Graphic Designer, Comic Book Production Artist, & Human Random Fact Generator
An Irish comic book artist who is perhaps best known for drawing Thunderbolts for Marvel.
Letterer for DC Comics.
Colorist who currently works for Image, Marvel and Valiant.
Assistant editor at DC Comics.
Letterer / Artist.
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