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Sean Murphy

Biography

Sean Murphy

Sean Murphy got interested in comics in grade school and spent many afternoons of his childhood drawing instead of making friends. He attended Massachusetts College of Art (Boston) and then the Savannah College of Art and Design. Before graduation, Sean was already working with Dark Horse on their Star Wars titles. Soon after he worked on titles like Star Trek, Teen Titans, and Batman/Scarecrow: Year One. His first creator owned book OFF ROAD was released i in 2005 and won an American Library Association award. Soon after, Sean signed an exclusive contract with DC Comics. His most recent works are HELLBLAZER: CITY OF ANGELS and his creator owned project,  Punk Rock Jesus.

Sean Murphy

Books by Sean Murphy

by Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy - Comic Books, Fiction, Graphic Novel

When Marine Biologist Lee Archer is approached by the Department of Homeland Security for help with a new threat, she declines, but quickly realizes they won't take no for an answer. Soon she is plunging to the depths of the Arctic Circle to a secret, underwater oilrig filled with roughnecks and scientists on the brink of an incredible discovery.  But when things go horribly wrong, this scientific safe haven will turn into a house of horrors at the bottom of the ocean! Collects THE WAKE #1-10.

by Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy

Something strange is going on underwater off the shore of Prudhoe, Alaska. Dr. Lee Archer, a cetologist (she studies the songs of whales and dolphins, among other things) is called in by the Department of Homeland Security to join a team investigating. But given Dr. Lee’s political activism and her firing from NOAA, she’s not too eager to take part --- until they make her an offer she can’t refuse: They’ll help her get back custody of her son.

by Si Spencer and Sean Murphy

After a few weeks of hospital rehab, Constantine finds the London streets very different from when he left them behind as a series of occult murders and mutilations demands his attention. The common denominator points back to the ER where Constantine was admitted.