The Justice Machine by Darryl Banks
The Justice Machine #1, 1992

Darryl Banks is an African-American comic book artist. In 1989 he made the painted comic book 'Cyberpunk' for Innovation Comics. For the same company, he worked with writer Mark Ellis on a revamp of the 'Justice Machine' series. This serial was later continued at Millennium Publishing, the company for which he also drew the 'Doc Savage' adaptation 'The Monarch of Armageddon', and a mini-series based on the TV show 'The Wild Wild West'. Banks is perhaps mainly associated with his long run on DC's 'Green Lantern', that started in 1994.

Last updated: 2009-09-04

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