'Time Fraud' (Doctor Who Special 2012).

Josh Adams is an American comic book artist and illustrator. After working with his father Neal Adams on several mini-series for DC Comics, he became an artist of 'Doctor Who' stories at IDW. He is also a production artist and designer for the Syfy Channel.

Early life
Josh Adams was born in 1987 in New York City. He is the youngest son of comic book artist Neal Adams and his second wife, Marilyn Adams. His half-brothers and -sisters Kris, Joel, Jason and Zeea are all working in creative professions too, often for their father's Continuity Studios. In 2009 Josh Adams graduated from the School of Visual Arts with a B.F.A. in cartooning.

Work with Neal Adams
Adams began working with his father Neal on his comic productions, starring with assisting on the pencil art of a horror story in 'House of Mystery' issue #13 at DC Comics (July 2009). He continued to work with his father as one of the inkers of the DC mini-series 'Batman: Odyssey' (2012) and 'Superman: The Coming of the Supermen' (2016), as well as some cover drawings. For his father's production studio Continuity Graphics, Josh Adams also worked on the 'Astonishing X-Men' motion comic series by Marvel Knights Animation (2009).

Comic book work
On his own, Josh Adams did pencil art on a 'Justice Society of America' story in DC's 'JSA 80-Page Giant 2011'. In 2011, Adams began his collaboration with IDW Comics, becoming one of the pencil artists of their 'Doctor Who' comic book series and annuals, based on the British science fiction TV series. For the publisher Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, he additionally did a story for the anthology 'Ray Bradbury's The Martian Chronicles: The Authorized Adaptation' (2011). In later years, Adams has been working on creator-owned projects like 'SPIT', 'STRAIN', 'Culture Shock!', and 'In the Garden of Steven: the tale of Adam, Eve & Steve', which so far (2022) seem to have remained unpublished.

Other activities
Besides comic books, Adams has worked as designer for several science fiction shows for the Syfy Channel, including 'Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome', 'Stargate SG-1', 'Eureka' and 'Ghost Hunters'. Together with writer Anthony Del Col and editor Walter Hickey, he also produces comics covering news events for the Business Insider website. One of these included 'How I Escaped a Chinese internment camp' (2022), an illustrated report of the plight of the Uyghur people in China, drawn by Fahmida Azim. Together with team members Hickey, Azim and Del Col, he was awarded the 2022 Pulitzer Prize for Illustrated Reporting and Commentary for this piece of graphic journalism. In addition, Josh Adams has his own column, 'What Would Josh Do?' on Rich Johnston's pop culture website BleedingCool.com.

'I Want No Quid Pro Quo - What the President Did To Get Impeached and Then Acquitted', graphic journalism story for businessinsider.com about the impeachment of Donald Trump (27 February 2020).


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