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Stephen 'Steve' B. Scott

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2016-10-05 07:37:16 Stevescott Suffix none
2016-10-05 07:37:16 Stevescott Bio Steve Scott has illustrated such titles as; Batman, X-Men Forever, JLA, Batman Confidential, Marvel Adventures Hulk and many more. Over his eighteen year career, the publishers have included, DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Image, Dark Horse, London Knight Studios, Malibu Comics and several independent publishers. In addition to his work in comics, Steve has worked in TV, Film, and, most recently, video games. His work for television has been seen on two episodes of the hit TV series Smallville during season six. The work for Smallville was titled "Justice and Doom" for which Steve illustrated on complete episode and was called back to work on the final episode of the series. In addition, Steve was called upon by ABC Family's hit series KYLE XY to illustrate a story bridging the gap between seasons one and two. In films, Steve was selected to draw the only adaptation to the 2008 Oscar winning film Batman the Dark Knight. His work was overseen and approved by director Christopher Nolan. This artwork was part of the packaging offered with the Special Blue Ray edition of Batman Begins. Also, that same year, George Lucas approved Steve to be the artist for Indiana Jones and the Tomb of the Gods. This series, written by Rob Williams, was very popular with Indiana Jones fans all over the world. Much of the art from the series was purchased by Mr. Lucas himself and is now part of his permanent collection. Moving along with the changing face of illustration, Steve's work can be found in the digital market where he has provided graphics for Cognito Comics for their revolutionary, interactive graphic novel "Operation Ajax". In video games, he is currently providing work for "The Bane of Yoto" from Leviathan Games. His most recent work can be found in the upcoming adaptation of Neil Gaiman's, "The Graveyard Book". Steve was handpicked to be one of the few illustrators involved with this project. Stephen B. Scott has illustrated such titles as; Batman, X-Men Forever, JLA, Batman Confidential, Marvel Adventures Hulk and many more. Over his eighteen year career, the publishers have included, DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Image, Dark Horse, IDW, Titan Comics and several independent publishers. In addition to his work in comics, Stephen has worked in TV, Film, and, most recently, video games. His work for television has been seen on two episodes of the hit TV series Smallville during season six. The work for Smallville was titled "Justice and Doom" for which Stephen illustrated one complete episode and was called back to work on the final episode of the series. In addition, Stephen was called upon by ABC Family's hit series KYLE XY to illustrate a story bridging the gap between seasons one and two. In films, Stephen was selected to draw the only adaptation to the 2008 Oscar winning film Batman the Dark Knight. His work was overseen and approved by director Christopher Nolan. This artwork was part of the packaging offered with the Special Blue Ray edition of Batman Begins. Also, that same year, George Lucas approved Stephen to be the artist for Indiana Jones and the Tomb of the Gods. This series, written by Rob Williams, was very popular with Indiana Jones fans all over the world. Much of the art from the series was purchased by Mr. Lucas himself and is now part of his permanent collection. His most recent work can be found in the Award Winning adaptation of Neil Gaiman's, "The Graveyard Book"and the critically acclaimed series, "Independence Day" from Titan Comics. Stephen is currently doing cover art for Titan Comics and IDW.
2015-04-21 10:21:52 melkoloran Suffix none
2014-08-06 05:16:15 mikebo First Name Steve Stephen 'Steve'
2014-08-06 05:16:15 mikebo Middle Name B.
2014-08-06 05:16:15 mikebo Suffix none
2014-08-06 05:15:33 mikebo Suffix none
2014-08-06 05:15:33 mikebo Bio Steve Scott has illustrated such titles as; Batman, X-Men Forever, JLA, Batman Confidential, Marvel Adventures Hulk and many more. Over his eighteen year career, the publishers have included, DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Image, Dark Horse, London Knight Studios, Malibu Comics and several independent publishers. In addition to his work in comics, Steve has worked in TV, Film, and, most recently, video games. His work for television has been seen on two episodes of the hit TV series Smallville during season six. The work for Smallville was titled "Justice and Doom" for which Steve illustrated on complete episode and was called back to work on the final episode of the series. In addition, Steve was called upon by ABC Family's hit series KYLE XY to illustrate a story bridging the gap between seasons one and two. In films, Steve was selected to draw the only adaptation to the 2008 Oscar winning film Batman the Dark Knight. His work was overseen and approved by director Christopher Nolan. This artwork was part of the packaging offered with the Special Blue Ray edition of Batman Begins. Also, that same year, George Lucas approved Steve to be the artist for Indiana Jones and the Tomb of the Gods. This series, written by Rob Williams, was very popular with Indiana Jones fans all over the world. Much of the art from the series was purchased by Mr. Lucas himself and is now part of his permanent collection. Moving along with the changing face of illustration, Steve's work can be found in the digital market where he has provided graphics for Cognito Comics for their revolutionary, interactive graphic novel "Operation Ajax". In video games, he is currently providing work for "The Bane of Yoto" from Leviathan Games. His most recent work can be found in the upcoming adaptation of Neil Gaiman's, "The Graveyard". Steve was handpicked to be one of the few illustrators involved with this project. Steve Scott has illustrated such titles as; Batman, X-Men Forever, JLA, Batman Confidential, Marvel Adventures Hulk and many more. Over his eighteen year career, the publishers have included, DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Image, Dark Horse, London Knight Studios, Malibu Comics and several independent publishers. In addition to his work in comics, Steve has worked in TV, Film, and, most recently, video games. His work for television has been seen on two episodes of the hit TV series Smallville during season six. The work for Smallville was titled "Justice and Doom" for which Steve illustrated on complete episode and was called back to work on the final episode of the series. In addition, Steve was called upon by ABC Family's hit series KYLE XY to illustrate a story bridging the gap between seasons one and two. In films, Steve was selected to draw the only adaptation to the 2008 Oscar winning film Batman the Dark Knight. His work was overseen and approved by director Christopher Nolan. This artwork was part of the packaging offered with the Special Blue Ray edition of Batman Begins. Also, that same year, George Lucas approved Steve to be the artist for Indiana Jones and the Tomb of the Gods. This series, written by Rob Williams, was very popular with Indiana Jones fans all over the world. Much of the art from the series was purchased by Mr. Lucas himself and is now part of his permanent collection. Moving along with the changing face of illustration, Steve's work can be found in the digital market where he has provided graphics for Cognito Comics for their revolutionary, interactive graphic novel "Operation Ajax". In video games, he is currently providing work for "The Bane of Yoto" from Leviathan Games. His most recent work can be found in the upcoming adaptation of Neil Gaiman's, "The Graveyard Book". Steve was handpicked to be one of the few illustrators involved with this project.
2013-11-09 05:56:18 Stevescott Suffix none
2013-11-09 05:56:18 Stevescott Birthplace Gulfport Mississippi, U.S.A.
2013-10-31 01:49:17 Stevescott Suffix none
2013-10-31 01:49:17 Stevescott Bio Steve has illustrated such titles as; Batman, X-Men Forever, JLA, Batman Confidential, Marvel Adventures Hulk and many more. Too many to list over an eighteen year career but, the publishers have included, DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Image, Dark Horse, London Knight Studios, Malibu Comics and several others. In addition to his work in comics, Steve has worked in TV, Film, and, more recently, Video games. For TV, his work could be seen on two episodes of the Hit series Smallville during season six. His talents were called upon to illustrate an episode of Justice and Doom. Afterword he was called upon again to illustrate the final installment for the series. Steve was also called to illustrate a story bridging seasons one and two of the ABC Family’s hit series KYLE XY. In films, Steve was selected to draw the only adaptation to the 2008 Oscar winning film Batman The Dark Knight. His work was overseen and approved by director Christopher Nolan. This was offered with the Special Blue Ray edition of Batman Begins. Also, that same year, George Lucas approved Steve to be the artist for Indiana Jones and the Tomb of the Gods. This series, written by Rob Williams, was loved by Indiana Jones fans everywhere. Much of the art from the series was purchased by Lucas and is now part of his collection. Currently, Steve’s work can be found in the digital market where he has provided graphics for Cognito Comics , revolutionary, interactive graphic novel “Operation Ajax”. In video games, He is providing work for “The Bane of Yoto” from Leviathan Games. For more information on Steve Scott and his work, contact: bob@comicarthouse.com Steve Scott has illustrated such titles as; Batman, X-Men Forever, JLA, Batman Confidential, Marvel Adventures Hulk and many more. Over his eighteen year career, the publishers have included, DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Image, Dark Horse, London Knight Studios, Malibu Comics and several independent publishers. In addition to his work in comics, Steve has worked in TV, Film, and, most recently, video games. His work for television has been seen on two episodes of the hit TV series Smallville during season six. The work for Smallville was titled "Justice and Doom" for which Steve illustrated on complete episode and was called back to work on the final episode of the series. In addition, Steve was called upon by ABC Family's hit series KYLE XY to illustrate a story bridging the gap between seasons one and two. In films, Steve was selected to draw the only adaptation to the 2008 Oscar winning film Batman the Dark Knight. His work was overseen and approved by director Christopher Nolan. This artwork was part of the packaging offered with the Special Blue Ray edition of Batman Begins. Also, that same year, George Lucas approved Steve to be the artist for Indiana Jones and the Tomb of the Gods. This series, written by Rob Williams, was very popular with Indiana Jones fans all over the world. Much of the art from the series was purchased by Mr. Lucas himself and is now part of his permanent collection. Moving along with the changing face of illustration, Steve's work can be found in the digital market where he has provided graphics for Cognito Comics for their revolutionary, interactive graphic novel "Operation Ajax". In video games, he is currently providing work for "The Bane of Yoto" from Leviathan Games. His most recent work can be found in the upcoming adaptation of Neil Gaiman's, "The Graveyard". Steve was handpicked to be one of the few illustrators involved with this project.
2013-05-25 03:23:07 comicarthouse Suffix none
2013-05-25 03:23:07 comicarthouse Bio Comic artist Steve Scott's work can currently be seen on "Batman Confidential, "X-Men Forever" series with writer Chris Claremont and a recent Green Lantern special project at DC Comics. Not to mention that Steve is also the ONLY artist tapped by DC Comics to do any work relating to "Batman Forever," depicting the now legendary turn of Heath Ledger as The Joker. Steve's work is featured on the Blue-Ray disc release of the movie! But then, Steve is no stranger to media tie-in's. His work has also often been seen on the television show "Smallville" and in other special projects for DC Comics. As well as doing some darn good likenessess for the recent "Indiana Jones--Tomb of the Gods," comic book series for Dark Horse to tie-in with the recent Harrison Ford movie! In fact, George Lucas liked Steve's work so much that he purchased most of the originals to keep for himself! Beginning his comics career at Malibu Comics and his wildly popular stint on "Razor" for London Night, as well as "New Warriors," "Hourman," and "JLA" for Marvel and DC Comics--With a resume like that, one wouldn't think that up until recently, Steve led a duel life as firefighter by day and artist by night-- for more than sixteen years, in fact! Even then, it took one horrible event to bring those two identities together. On September 11, 2001, he watched, with the rest of the nation as the Twin Towers fell. Soon afterwards, DC Comics published "The Worlds Finest Comic Book Writers & Artists Tell Stories to Remember." Steve was selected among the few to contribute to this historical collection, which was later exhibited, and is now archived, at the Library of Congress. Shortly after Hurricane Katrina and his work as a firefighter in Buloxi during that catastrophe, Steve decided to pursue comic work full time, relocating to the renowned community of artists in Atlanta, Georgia. Immediately, Steve's work began to appear in the pages of "Shadowpact," "The Creeper" with writer Steve Niles, "Batman Legends of the Dark Knight," and "Checkmate." He got a particularly special kick out of bringing to life some of DC Comics strangest characters like Detective Chimp, Rex the Wonder Dog, Rag Man, The Phantom Stranger and many others. Recent and current projects at Marvel Comics, and DC Comics include working with industry legends Louise Simonson and Chris Claremont on the titles "Magik" and "Exiles," the "Marvel Adventures" line featuring Fantastic Four, Avengers, and the Hulk, work on "She-Hulk," And a Kyle XY one shot for Disney/ABC with writer Jeff Parker. In other words, he's busy making comics, which is a good thing for his ever growing number of fans. Recently returned from a signing tour in Belgium, France and the Netherlands, look for more of Steve's work in several secret projects to be announced soon, including the upcoming "Ajax" series. For more information on Steve Scott and his work, contact: bob@comicarthouse.com Steve has illustrated such titles as; Batman, X-Men Forever, JLA, Batman Confidential, Marvel Adventures Hulk and many more. Too many to list over an eighteen year career but, the publishers have included, DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Image, Dark Horse, London Knight Studios, Malibu Comics and several others. In addition to his work in comics, Steve has worked in TV, Film, and, more recently, Video games. For TV, his work could be seen on two episodes of the Hit series Smallville during season six. His talents were called upon to illustrate an episode of Justice and Doom. Afterword he was called upon again to illustrate the final installment for the series. Steve was also called to illustrate a story bridging seasons one and two of the ABC Family’s hit series KYLE XY. In films, Steve was selected to draw the only adaptation to the 2008 Oscar winning film Batman The Dark Knight. His work was overseen and approved by director Christopher Nolan. This was offered with the Special Blue Ray edition of Batman Begins. Also, that same year, George Lucas approved Steve to be the artist for Indiana Jones and the Tomb of the Gods. This series, written by Rob Williams, was loved by Indiana Jones fans everywhere. Much of the art from the series was purchased by Lucas and is now part of his collection. Currently, Steve’s work can be found in the digital market where he has provided graphics for Cognito Comics , revolutionary, interactive graphic novel “Operation Ajax”. In video games, He is providing work for “The Bane of Yoto” from Leviathan Games. For more information on Steve Scott and his work, contact: bob@comicarthouse.com
2013-05-25 03:15:54 comicarthouse Suffix none
2013-05-25 03:15:54 comicarthouse DOB March 19, 1968
2013-05-25 03:15:54 comicarthouse DOD Still Kicking!
2013-05-25 03:15:54 comicarthouse E-mail Agent: evaink@aol.com Agent: bob@comicarthouse.com
2013-05-25 03:15:54 comicarthouse Website www.evainkartistgroup.com http://www.comicarthouse.com/scott.html
2013-05-25 03:15:54 comicarthouse Bio Comic artist Steve Scott's work can currently be seen on "Batman Confidential, "X-Men Forever" series with writer Chris Claremont and a recent Green Lantern special project at DC Comics. Not to mention that Steve is also the ONLY artist tapped by DC Comics to do any work relating to "Batman Forever," depicting the now legendary turn of Heath Ledger as The Joker. Steve's work is featured on the Blue-Ray disc release of the movie! But then, Steve is no stranger to media tie-in's. His work has also often been seen on the television show "Smallville" and in other special projects for DC Comics. As well as doing some darn good likenessess for the recent "Indiana Jones--Tomb of the Gods," comic book series for Dark Horse to tie-in with the recent Harrison Ford movie! In fact, George Lucas liked Steve's work so much that he purchased most of the originals to keep for himself! Beginning his comics career at Malibu Comics and his wildly popular stint on "Razor" for London Night, as well as "New Warriors," "Hourman," and "JLA" for Marvel and DC Comics--With a resume like that, one wouldn't think that up until recently, Steve led a duel life as firefighter by day and artist by night-- for more than sixteen years, in fact! Even then, it took one horrible event to bring those two identities together. On September 11, 2001, he watched, with the rest of the nation as the Twin Towers fell. Soon afterwards, DC Comics published "The Worlds Finest Comic Book Writers & Artists Tell Stories to Remember." Steve was selected among the few to contribute to this historical collection, which was later exhibited, and is now archived, at the Library of Congress. Shortly after Hurricane Katrina and his work as a firefighter in Buloxi during that catastrophe, Steve decided to pursue comic work full time, relocating to the renowned community of artists in Atlanta, Georgia. Immediately, Steve's work began to appear in the pages of "Shadowpact," "The Creeper" with writer Steve Niles, "Batman Legends of the Dark Knight," and "Checkmate." He got a particularly special kick out of bringing to life some of DC Comics strangest characters like Detective Chimp, Rex the Wonder Dog, Rag Man, The Phantom Stranger and many others. Recent and current projects at Marvel Comics, and DC Comics include working with industry legends Louise Simonson and Chris Claremont on the titles "Magik" and "Exiles," the "Marvel Adventures" line featuring Fantastic Four, Avengers, and the Hulk, work on "She-Hulk," And a Kyle XY one shot for Disney/ABC with writer Jeff Parker. In other words, he's busy making comics, which is a good thing for his ever growing number of fans. Recently returned from a signing tour in Belgium, France and the Netherlands, look for more of Steve's work in several secret projects to be announced soon, including the upcoming "Ajax" series. For more information on Steve Scott and his work, contact: evaink@aol.com Comic artist Steve Scott's work can currently be seen on "Batman Confidential, "X-Men Forever" series with writer Chris Claremont and a recent Green Lantern special project at DC Comics. Not to mention that Steve is also the ONLY artist tapped by DC Comics to do any work relating to "Batman Forever," depicting the now legendary turn of Heath Ledger as The Joker. Steve's work is featured on the Blue-Ray disc release of the movie! But then, Steve is no stranger to media tie-in's. His work has also often been seen on the television show "Smallville" and in other special projects for DC Comics. As well as doing some darn good likenessess for the recent "Indiana Jones--Tomb of the Gods," comic book series for Dark Horse to tie-in with the recent Harrison Ford movie! In fact, George Lucas liked Steve's work so much that he purchased most of the originals to keep for himself! Beginning his comics career at Malibu Comics and his wildly popular stint on "Razor" for London Night, as well as "New Warriors," "Hourman," and "JLA" for Marvel and DC Comics--With a resume like that, one wouldn't think that up until recently, Steve led a duel life as firefighter by day and artist by night-- for more than sixteen years, in fact! Even then, it took one horrible event to bring those two identities together. On September 11, 2001, he watched, with the rest of the nation as the Twin Towers fell. Soon afterwards, DC Comics published "The Worlds Finest Comic Book Writers & Artists Tell Stories to Remember." Steve was selected among the few to contribute to this historical collection, which was later exhibited, and is now archived, at the Library of Congress. Shortly after Hurricane Katrina and his work as a firefighter in Buloxi during that catastrophe, Steve decided to pursue comic work full time, relocating to the renowned community of artists in Atlanta, Georgia. Immediately, Steve's work began to appear in the pages of "Shadowpact," "The Creeper" with writer Steve Niles, "Batman Legends of the Dark Knight," and "Checkmate." He got a particularly special kick out of bringing to life some of DC Comics strangest characters like Detective Chimp, Rex the Wonder Dog, Rag Man, The Phantom Stranger and many others. Recent and current projects at Marvel Comics, and DC Comics include working with industry legends Louise Simonson and Chris Claremont on the titles "Magik" and "Exiles," the "Marvel Adventures" line featuring Fantastic Four, Avengers, and the Hulk, work on "She-Hulk," And a Kyle XY one shot for Disney/ABC with writer Jeff Parker. In other words, he's busy making comics, which is a good thing for his ever growing number of fans. Recently returned from a signing tour in Belgium, France and the Netherlands, look for more of Steve's work in several secret projects to be announced soon, including the upcoming "Ajax" series. For more information on Steve Scott and his work, contact: bob@comicarthouse.com
2010-11-18 23:17:53 evaink Suffix none
2010-11-18 23:17:53 evaink E-mail Agent: evaink@aol.com
2010-11-18 23:17:53 evaink Website www.evainkartistgroup.com
2010-11-18 23:17:53 evaink Bio Comic artist Steve Scott's work can currently be seen on "Batman Confidential, "X-Men Forever" series with writer Chris Claremont and a recent Green Lantern special project at DC Comics. Not to mention that Steve is also the ONLY artist tapped by DC Comics to do any work relating to "Batman Forever," depicting the now legendary turn of Heath Ledger as The Joker. Steve's work is featured on the Blue-Ray disc release of the movie! But then, Steve is no stranger to media tie-in's. His work has also often been seen on the television show "Smallville" and in other special projects for DC Comics. As well as doing some darn good likenessess for the recent "Indiana Jones--Tomb of the Gods," comic book series for Dark Horse to tie-in with the recent Harrison Ford movie! In fact, George Lucas liked Steve's work so much that he purchased most of the originals to keep for himself! Beginning his comics career at Malibu Comics and his wildly popular stint on "Razor" for London Night, as well as "New Warriors," "Hourman," and "JLA" for Marvel and DC Comics--With a resume like that, one wouldn't think that up until recently, Steve led a duel life as firefighter by day and artist by night-- for more than sixteen years, in fact! Even then, it took one horrible event to bring those two identities together. On September 11, 2001, he watched, with the rest of the nation as the Twin Towers fell. Soon afterwards, DC Comics published "The Worlds Finest Comic Book Writers & Artists Tell Stories to Remember." Steve was selected among the few to contribute to this historical collection, which was later exhibited, and is now archived, at the Library of Congress. Shortly after Hurricane Katrina and his work as a firefighter in Buloxi during that catastrophe, Steve decided to pursue comic work full time, relocating to the renowned community of artists in Atlanta, Georgia. Immediately, Steve's work began to appear in the pages of "Shadowpact," "The Creeper" with writer Steve Niles, "Batman Legends of the Dark Knight," and "Checkmate." He got a particularly special kick out of bringing to life some of DC Comics strangest characters like Detective Chimp, Rex the Wonder Dog, Rag Man, The Phantom Stranger and many others. Recent and current projects at Marvel Comics, and DC Comics include working with industry legends Louise Simonson and Chris Claremont on the titles "Magik" and "Exiles," the "Marvel Adventures" line featuring Fantastic Four, Avengers, and the Hulk, work on "She-Hulk," And a Kyle XY one shot for Disney/ABC with writer Jeff Parker. In other words, he's busy making comics, which is a good thing for his ever growing number of fans. Recently returned from a signing tour in Belgium, France and the Netherlands, look for more of Steve's work in several secret projects to be announced soon, including the upcoming "Ajax" series. For more information on Steve Scott and his work, contact: evaink@aol.com


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