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She-Hulk (Marvel Comics)Art: John Tyler Christopher (@johntylerchris)Biography: John Tyler Christopher is an illustrator from Lafayette, Indiana. He has worked on comics including Iron Man, New Mutants, Ultimate Comics: The Ultimates, Dark Avengers, Amazing Spider-Man, The Avengers, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Fantastic Four and Wolverine, as well as on video games, tabletop games and film. He enjoys spending time with his wife and daughters, and waxing intellectual about the sheer awesomeness of the Gorn.Christopher on his cover: I wanted to capture the larger-than-life qualities of the Big Apple, since so many people will be coming from around the world for NYCC; I though the best way to capture this was to juxtapose She-Hulk with a down-to-Earth scene of Americana.Thor (Marvel Comics)Art: Mike McKone (@Mike2112McKone); colors: Jason KeithBiography: Mike McKone’s first published work was Justice League America for DC Comics. Since then his credits have included Teen Titans, The Fantastic Four and Spider-Man, among many others. He recently completed the Avengers: Endless Wartime graphic novel for Marvel Comics.McKone on his cover: This piece, depicting Thor soaring over Manhattan, was drawn in a hotel room in Cincinnati, far away from Asgard and New York City.
Superman 75th Anniversary (DC Comics)Art: Brett BoothBiography: Booth has been drawing comics for almost 20 years. He takes on illustrating Batman/Superman this November, and has worked on other DC Comics titles including Teen Titans, Nightwing and Justice League of America.Justice League of America (DC Comics)Art: Doug MahnkeBiography: Mahnke began drawing comics professionally at the age of 24. He has worked on a wide variety of DC Comics titles, including Green Lantern with prolific scribe Geoff Johns, as well as Superman: The Man of Steel, Justice League of America and more.
New York Comic Con covers: About the illustrators
Take a gander at TONY’s four collectible New York Comic Con covers, and find out more about the Marvel and DC artists behind them.
With New York Comic Con rolling around once more, we at Time Out were itching for the chance to comic book–ify our print magazine. Two artists each from DC and Marvel busted out their pencils and inks to illustrate a quartet of exclusive covers featuring our favorite superheroes in NYC settings, including Marvel’s Thor and She-Hulk, and DC’s Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and Green Lantern. Check out the finished products below, and find out more about the artists who created them.