Spawn by Greg Capullo

Greg Capullo is an American comic book artist, best known for drawing 'Spawn' and creating 'The Creech' for Image Comcis. He worked as a commercial artist before his first comic book, 'Gore Shriek', was published by Fanataco, a local comic shop form Albany, New York. Shortly thereafter, Capullo started at Marvel and worked on 'What if?', 'Quasar' and 'X-Force' in the early 1990s. By 1993, Todd McFarlane, who had left Marvel Comics to co-create Image Comics, convinced him to leave 'X-Force' and pencil his comic 'Spawn'.

X-Force by Greg Capullo
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Capullo began to pencil 'Spawn' from issue #26 and continued to work on the title until 1999, and then again in 2003 and 2004. Capullo has also worked on various other projects, including his own three issue mini-series 'The Creech' in 1997. Capullo has also worked on Image's 'Haunt' from 2009 until his run on 'Batman' with Scott Snyder began at DC Comics in 2011. Besides comics, Capullo has also provided artwork for records like Korn's 'Follow the Leader' Disturbed's 'Ten Thousand Firsts'.

Spawn cover by Greg Capullo

Last updated: 2013-07-07

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