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Darick Robertson

Biography

Darick Robertson

Darick Robertson is a 20 year veteran  of the comic industry. He has worked for Marvel, DC, Vertigo, Acclaim, Eclipse and Innovation. His career started just out of high school and at 21 he broke into the mainstream with his work on Justice League for DC Comics. From there he went on to work for Marvel on Wolverine, Spider-man and most notably the New Warriors. He is co-creator of Transmetropolitan alongside writer Warren Ellis. His work on  the Marvel Max line title Fury led him to develop The Boys with writer Garth Ennis. He currently lives in Napa, California with his wife Meredith and sons Owen and Andrew. When he’s not drawing comics, which is almost all the time, he creates custom action figures, writes music, sings and plays guitar.

Darick Robertson

Books by Darick Robertson

Written by Warren Ellis, illustrated by Darick Robertson - Graphic Novel

The forces of darkness are closing in on outlaw journalist Spider Jerusalem and his merry, filthy band --- but now they’ve got their own rope around the neck of corrupt President Callahan, and it’s time to start tightening the noose.