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Greg Horn

Greg Horn
Horn at the 2013 Wizard World
New York Experience in Manhattan.
Nationality American
Area(s) Cover artist
Notable works
Elektra
Emma Frost
She-Hulk

Greg Horn is an American comic book artist[1] best known for his work as a cover artist for Marvel Comics and various other publications. Working primarily as a digital painter, he is well known for his pinup paintings of female characters. In addition to comic book covers, his art has been featured in posters for Basketball at the 2004 Summer Olympics, video game magazines such as Official Xbox Magazine and InQuest Gamer, and several covers and illustrations for the comic book news magazine Wizard.

His latest projects include covers for the on-going Ms. Marvel series from Marvel Comics, Jenna Jameson's Shadow Hunter from Virgin Comics, as well as a series of pieces promoting Marvel's 2008 "event" Secret Invasion.

Contents

  • Bibliography 1
    • Arcana Studio 1.1
    • DC Comics 1.2
    • Image Comics 1.3
    • Marvel Comics 1.4
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Bibliography

Arcana Studio

DC Comics

Image Comics

Marvel Comics

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