Rod Whigham is a commercial and comic book artist. He began his career in the mid 1980s, drawing 'G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero' for Marvel Comics. Other Marvel titles he worked on are 'Psi-Force', 'Kickers Inc', 'Conan' and 'Ghost Rider'. During the 1980s he was also present at other companies, such as Renegade Press (an assistant on 'Flaming Carrot'), First Publishing ('The Badger', 'Team Yankee') and AC Comics ('Bolt').
He moved over to DC Comics in the early 1990s as an artist for 'Doc Savage' and the company's 'Star Trek' titles. He furthermore drew 'The Shadow', 'Justice League International' and 'The Flash'. He was also back at Marvel as an artist for 'The Punisher'. In 2008 he succeeded Frank McLaughlin as the artist of the comic strip 'Gil Thorp', which he now makes with Neal Rubin for Tribune Media Syndicate. Whigham is also an art instructor.