Spider-Woman, by Steve Leialoha

Steve Leialoha began his career working for the independent comic book company Star*Reach between 1975 and 1979. He created among others 'Newton the Rabbit Wonder' in Quack!. He has inked and occasionally pencilled for Marvel from 1976 to 1988, working on titles like 'Spider-Man', 'Howard the Duck', 'Indiana Jones', 'Armageddon' and 'Spider-Woman'. In the early 1990s, he was present at DC with artwork for 'Batman', 'Black Hood' and 'Shadow', and at Harris with contributions to Vampirella. He has also been involved with the epic 'Sandman', written by Neil Gaiman, for which he drew a story in volume 'World's End'.

comic art by Steve Leialoha

Steve Leialoha credits

Last updated: 2007-12-28

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