The Simpsons by Bill Morrison
The Simpsons #6 (1994)

Bill Morrison grew up in Lincoln Park, near Detroit, Michigan. He began his career as a technical illustrator in the Detroit automotive sector. Aspiring a more creative utilization of his art skills, he moved to California, where he illustrated film posters for B.D. Fox and Friends and Willardson & Associates. He became especially known for the designs he made for Disney films from 1987 to 1990.

Treehouse of HorrorRoswell

By 1990 he started his longtime association with Matt Groening, and he has been working on 'The Simpsons' since then, and later also on 'Futurama'. He was initially involved with the merchandising related to the TV show, while also working for the Klasky Csupo Animation Studio. He co-founded Bongo Comics in 1993, and serves as head artist and creative director of all the Bongo comic books related to 'The Simpsons' and 'Futurama', and in recent years also the digital projects.

Dead Vengeance by Bill Morrison
Dead Vengeance #1

Morrison additionally created some comic titles of his own for Bongo, such as 'Roswell - Little Green Man', 'Heroes Anonymous' and 'Lady Robotika'. In 2015 he launched 'Dead Vengeance', his own creation for Dark Horse Comics.

Between May 2018 and March 2019 Morrison was the new chief editor of Mad Magazine. His term coincided with Mad's office moving away from New York City and settling down in Los Angeles.

Bill Morrison in Leipzig (Photo: Henrik Bernd)

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