Colin BakerThe 6th Doctor
501st New England
Maine Association of Cosplay Enthusiasts
Bob WiacekThe Legion of Super Heroes #220 and Al Milgrom on Marvel Presents #7-The Guardians of the Galaxy for Marvel. From that time on I've inked every major title for Marvel which include The X-Men, Spider-Man, Thor, Captain America, Hulk, She Hulk, Man-Thing, Silver Surfer, Fantastic Four just to name a few. At DC I worked on Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, Brave and the Bold, The Ray, Batman Family, Justice Society, Shazam and Challengers of the Unknown which is a small sampling as well. As far as independent publishers I did work for Dark Horse, Image, Relium Media, Archie and Valiant where I worked on Archer and Armstrong, Bloodshot and Solar.
Chris Sprouse Sprouse launched his career in mainstream comics in 1989, his first credited work being a Chemical King story in Secret Origins #47 (Feb. 1990). His next assignments were a Two-Face story for Batman Annual #14 (1990) and the Hammerlocke limited series . He drew insert posters for the War of the Gods limited series in 1991. Following that, Sprouse drew the Legionnaires series featuring teenaged versions of the Legion of Super-Heroes . He later illustrated a number of one-shots and fill-in issues before illustrating a Star Wars mini-series, Splinter of the Mind's Eye , for Dark Horse Comics .
He then worked for Extreme Studios as the regular penciller of New Men , and in 1997, Sprouse drew several issues of Supreme , scripted by Alan Moore for the same publisher. After Supreme ended, a year later he and Moore created Tom Strong for America's Best Comics , for which Sprouse won two Eisner Awards in 2000, for Best Single Issue and Best Serialized Story.