Brooklyn-born comic book artist Evan Dorkin has worked on several mainstreet comics projects, but he is best-known for his alternative comics. He is the creator of series like 'Milk and Cheese' (1991-97), 'Dork' (since 1993), and 'Pirate Corp$' (1987-89), that are all published by Slave Labor Graphics. Together with his wife Sarah Dyer, he wrote the 'Space Ghost Coast to Coast' TV series for Cartoon Network, as well as episodes of 'Superman' and 'Batman Beyond', and scripts for the English-language version of the anime 'Crayon Shin-chan'.
Dorking and Dyer have also cooperated on 'Superman Adventures' scripts for DC Comics, and on a color strip for Nickelodeoon Magazine. In the early 1990s , he has worked on 'Predator' for Dark Horse and on 'Bill And Ted' for Marvel. Dorkin has also contributed to anthologies like 'Streetwise' (TwoMorrows) and 'World's Funnest Comics' (DC, 2000). More recent comics creations are 'Beasts of Burden' with Jill Thompson for Dark Horse Presents.