Jae Lee first broke into drawing comics in 1991 with a 'Beast' story, which was written by Scott Lobdell, in Marvel Comics Presents. Jae Lee then moved to the series 'Namor', which was being written by John Byrne. After Byrne left, Lee took on 'Youngblood Strikefile' and the 'WildCATS' Trilogy at Image, until he was ready to launch 'Hellshock', his own creator-owned title.
During that in-between period Lee also drew a few issues of X-Factor and a story which guest-starred Iron Fist for the Spider-Man series. Hellshock is the story of Daniel, a spiritual being with mysterious origins, and Christina, a psychologist who meets him while working the psycho ward at a New York City hospital. The title first began as a four-issue mini-series from Image a couple years ago and which now continues as an on-going book.