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Karl Kerschl

Karl Kerschl
New York Comic Con in Manhattan, October 9, 2010.
Born Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Area(s) Artist
Notable works Teen Titans: Year One

Karl Kerschl is a Canadian comic book artist, best known for his work on DC Comics books, including Adventures of Superman, Majestic, All-Flash and Teen Titans: Year One.

Early life

Kerschl was born in Toronto and raised in Niagara Falls.[1] He attended the Ontario College of Art for a year before deciding to practice on his own, discovering and improving his own storytelling and drawing styles in the process.[2]

Career

Kerschl has worked on various series for DC Comics, including Adventures of Superman, Majestic, All-Flash #1 and Teen Titans: Year One.

On June 20, 2007 Kerschl began the webcomic The Abominable Charles Christopher[3] as part of the Transmission X comics collective.[4] The Abominable Charles Christopher, which is published online every Wednesday, follows the adventures of the eponymous man-beast, Charles Christopher, and the woodland creatures and nature gods with whom he comes in contact. The artwork is rendered in grey tone ink wash. The comic has been translated into Danish, Finnish, French, German, Japanese, Portuguese and Spanish.[3]

Awards

Personal life

Kerschl currently lives in Montreal.[8]

References

External links

  • Official Website
  • The Abominable Charles Christopher
  • Interview featuring Karl Kerschl
  • Kerschl interview at comicfoundry.com

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