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Brent Anderson

In 1981, Ka-Zar The Savage, written by Bruce Jones, became Anderson’s first regular series.[6] The X-Men: God Loves, Man Kills graphic novel followed,[7] as well as artwork on a number of Marvel Comics series, including the heroic space-opera Strikeforce: Morituri. During this period, Anderson was active doing artwork for independent publishers Pacific Comics and Eclipse Comics,[6] including the innovative cinematic comic Somerset Holmes.[8]

In 1995, Anderson co-created (with writer Kurt Busiek and cover artist Alex Ross), the award-winning Astro City. Other work included J. Michael Straczynski’s Rising Stars: Untouchable spin-off series written by Fiona Avery covering the life story of special assassin Laurel Darkhaven.[6] Work continues on a 200-plus page graphic novel, Jar of Ashes, written by Shirley Johnston. Anderson worked with writer Marv Wolfman on a one-shot featuring Green Lantern and Plastic Man entitled Green Lantern/Plastic Man: Weapons of Mass Deception, released in December 2010.[9] A Phantom Stranger ongoing series written by Dan DiDio and drawn by Anderson began in September 2012.[10] In June 2013, Busiek and Anderson relaunched their Astro City series as part of DC’s Vertigo line.[11][12]

In 1981, Ka-Zar The Savage, written by Bruce Jones, became Anderson’s first regular series.[6] The X-Men: God Loves, Man Kills graphic novel followed,[7] as well as artwork on a number of Marvel Comics series, including the heroic space-opera Strikeforce: Morituri. During this period, Anderson was active doing artwork for independent publishers Pacific Comics and Eclipse Comics,[6] including the innovative cinematic comic Somerset Holmes.[8]

In 1995, Anderson co-created (with writer Kurt Busiek and cover artist Alex Ross), the award-winning Astro City. Other work included J. Michael Straczynski’s Rising Stars: Untouchable spin-off series written by Fiona Avery covering the life story of special assassin Laurel Darkhaven.[6] Work continues on a 200-plus page graphic novel, Jar of Ashes, written by Shirley Johnston. Anderson worked with writer Marv Wolfman on a one-shot featuring Green Lantern and Plastic Man entitled Green Lantern/Plastic Man: Weapons of Mass Deception, released in December 2010.[9] A Phantom Stranger ongoing series written by Dan DiDio and drawn by Anderson began in September 2012.[10] In June 2013, Busiek and Anderson relaunched their Astro City series as part of DC’s Vertigo line.[11][12]