Ian Churchill

Ian Churchill
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Ian Churchill
NationalityBritish
Area(s)Penciller, Inker
Notable works
Cable
Supergirl, vol. 5

Biography

Ian Churchill is a Uk comic book musician, that has mostly worked in the American comic reserve industry.

Career

Churchill's early function included stints on Supergirl, Uncanny X-Men aswell while the Deadpool: Sins of days gone by limited series, and a lengthy stick to Cable, the second option gaining him (along with article writer Jeph Loeb) lover acclaim. Loeb and Churchill had been to later synergy to create Coven and Lionheart for Awesome Comics.He was the original artist for the newest spin-off from the Teenager Titans comic series, Titans, (vol. 2) which features the brand new Teen Titans from the Marv Wolfman/George Pérez period.In '09 2009 Churchill drew the "Code Reddish colored" tale arc in Hulk, which introduced the Reddish colored She-Hulk. The name, inked by Tag Farmer, saw a big change in his typical drawing style, the consequence of a shoulder damage which required procedure.In December 2010, Churchill's creator-owned comic "Marineman" launched to vital acclaim, protecting an Eisner nomination for best brand-new series 2010. The gathered trade paperback of quantity 1, "Marineman: A Matter of Lifestyle and Depth", was released in 2011. Churchill starts work on quantity 2 of Marineman in 2013. Marineman, which Churchill writes and pencils and will the final colors, is released through Picture Comics.On Apr 9, 2011 Churchill was among 62 comics creators who appeared on the IGN stage on the Kapow! convention in London to create two Guinness Globe Information, the Fastest Creation of the Comic Book, & most Contributors to a Comic Reserve. With Guinness officials readily available to monitor their improvement, writer Tag Millar began just work at 9am scripting a 20-web page dark and white Better comic reserve, with Churchill as well as the various other artists showing up on stage each day to focus on the pencils, inks, and lettering, including Dave Gibbons, Frank Quitely, John Romita Jr., Jock, Doug Braithwaite, Olivier Coipel, Duncan Fegredo, Simon Furman, David Lafuente, John McCrea, Sean Phillips and Liam Clear, who all drew a -panel each, with regular Better musician Leinil Yu creating the book's entrance cover. The reserve was finished in 11 hours, 19 a few minutes, and 38 secs, and was released through Icon on November 23, 2011, with all royalties getting donated to Yorkhill Children's Base.In 2012 Churchill was the artist over the Ravagers series for DC and in addition mentored the wildly well-known Picture Comics title ROOM Like Home. Quantity 1 of Marineman was released in hardback format in French.From 2014, Churchill is dealing with Jonathan Ross on a fresh title for Picture Comics known as The Revenge.

Bibliography

Comics function (interior pencil) artwork includes:

Awesome

Coven #1-6 Coven, vol. 2, #1-3 Coven Dark & White colored Coven: Fantom Lionheart, miniseries, #1-2 (1999) Supreme: The Come back #5 (2000)

DC

Escapades of Superman #639 (2005) Actions Comics #826, 836 (among other performers) (2005–06); #977 (2017) All-Flash #1 (among additional performers) (2007) DCU Vacation Unique (Aquaman) #1 (2009) The Ravagers #0-7 (2012) Superman, vol. 2, #165 (among additional performers), 176, 180, 216 (2001–05) Superman/Batman #19 (complete artwork); #26, 50 (among additional performers) (2005–08) Supergirl, vol. 5, #0-5, 7, 9, 10, 13-15 (2005–07) Teenager Titans, vol. 5, #12, 15, 17-20, 22, 24 (2015–16) Titans East Unique (2008) Titans #1 (2008) Question Female, vol. 4, #43 (2015)

Image

Marineman #1-6 (2010-2011) "Marineman: A Matter of Existence and Depth" (2011) ROOM Like House (version cover just) #1 (2012) "The Revenge" (2014 - Current)

Marvel

Avengers, vol. 2, #4-5, Annual 2001 (among additional performers); #6-7 (complete artwork) (1997) Cable #3 (among various other performers); #20, 22-23, 25, 27, 29-35, 37-39 (1993–97) Captain America, vol. 2, #6 (along with Rob Liefeld) (1997) Deadpool, miniseries, #1-4 (1994) Excalibur #74 (1994) Hulk, vol. 3, #14-17 (2009) Uncanny X-Men #394-396, Annual #18 (1994-2001) Wolverine #80, 156-157 (1994-2000) X-Men, vol. 2, Annual #2 (1993) X-Men: THE MARRIAGE Record (1994) X-Men Chronicles #2 (1995)

Notes

^ Cowsill, Alan; Dolan, Hannah, ed. (2010). "2000s". DC Comics Calendar year By Calendar year A Visible Chronicle. Dorling Kindersley. p. 321. ISBN 978-0-7566-6742-9. Superman's cousin Kara Zor-El received her very own title. Compiled by Jeph Loeb and illustrated by Ian Churchill, the 4th [ongoing] series highlighted a Supergirl still obtaining familiar with her life on the planet  CS1 maint: Extra text message: authors list (link) ^ Phegley, Kiel (Oct 2, 2009). "Inside Ian Churchill's New Style". Comic Reserve Assets. Retrieved March 21, 2010.   ^ "Kapow! '11: Comic Background Rewritten OVER THE IGN Stage". IGN. Apr 14, 2011 ^ "Guinness Globe Information at Kapow! Comic Con" Archived 2011-04-15 on the Wayback Machine.. Guinness Globe Records. Apr 9, 2011 ^ Kushins, Josh (January 12, 2012). "DC Comics in 2012-–-Presenting the "Second Influx" of DC Comics THE BRAND NEW 52". THE FOUNDATION. DC Comics. Archived from the initial on January 14, 2012. Retrieved January 14, 2012.   ^ Johnston, Full (2 Sept 2013). "Jonathan Ross And Ian Churchill’s The Revenger – A FRESH Comic For 2014". DC Comics. Retrieved 8 November 2013.  

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