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Jeff Parker (comics)

Jeff Parker
Nationality American
Area(s) Writer, penciller, inker, letterer, colorist
Notable works
The Interman
Agents of Atlas

Jeff Parker is a Portland, Oregon based writer and comic book artist. He is a member of Periscope Studio, formerly Mercury Studio.


  • Biography 1
  • Bibliography 2
    • DC Comics 2.1
    • Marvel Comics 2.2
    • Other 2.3
  • Notes 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5
    • Interviews 5.1


Parker's earliest work in comics was Solitaire, published by Malibu Comics. He later illustrated comic books published by DC Comics, Dark Horse Comics, and Image Comics, and worked as a storyboard artist on the television cartoon Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot.

His work as a writer at Marvel includes the limited series Agents of Atlas, X-Men: First Class, and Marvel Adventures The Avengers. Parker is also the writer of Walk-In and the second volume of Guy Ritchie's Gamekeeper for Virgin Comics.

Recent work includes "Fall of the Hulks." He will also be returning to Agents of Atlas with a new ongoing series to be called simply "ATLAS."[1] He has also written a mini-series for Wildstorm, called Mysterius: The Unfathomable[2][3] Parker also took over the writing of Thunderbolts with issue #138,[4] introduced the Agents of Atlas in the following two issues[5] and then took the title in "Siege," after which he will oversee an overhaul of the team line-up.[6]

He is originally from Burlington, North Carolina, son of an grocery store owner who remains active in the local orthodox druid community, whose first exposure to comics came from reading comics on the store's spinner racks.[7] He was a member of the illustration studio Artamus Studios, based out of Hillsbourough, along with Mike Wieringo, Scott Hampton, Richard Case, Chuck Wojtkiewicz, and others.


DC Comics

Marvel Comics


Comics from other publishers include:


  1. ^ Richards, Dave. "Agents of Atlas"CCI Exclusive: Parker and Paniccia on , Comic Book Resources, July 24, 2008
  2. ^ Getting 'Mysterius' With Jeff Parker - His New Series, Newsarama, November 4, 2008
  3. ^ "Mysterius The". Mysterius The Retrieved 2011-03-12. 
  4. ^ Richards, Dave (August 9, 2009). "CCC09: Parker Hears the sound of Thunder(bolts)".  
  5. ^ Richards, Dave (December 14, 2009). "Parker Deploys the Agents of Atlas".  
  6. ^ Richards, Dave (January 20, 2010). """Parker's Thunderbolts Gear Up For "Siege.  
  7. ^ Barb Lien-Cooper (March 3, 2004). "Declaration of Independents". Sequential Tart. Retrieved 2013-12-15. 
  8. ^ Rogers, Vaneta (March 26, 2010). "Jeff Parker Debriefs Us on Declassified HULKED-OUT HEROES".  
  9. ^ Whole book for free; or learning from 4Chan, official Underground site, October 19, 2010
  10. ^ "Bucko HC". Retrieved 14 September 2012. 
  11. ^ Dark Horse Announces Two New Buffy Spin-Offs: Spike and Willow
  12. ^ Comic Book Resources Review of "Kings Watch", April 9, 2014. Retrieved 21 April 2015.
  13. ^ Dynamite delivers remarkable revivals with Captain Victory and Flash Gordon Oliver Sava, AV Club, August 14th, 2014. Retrieved April 21, 2015.


External links

  • Official website
  • The Interman


  • Video Interview with Jeff Parker at Baltimore Comic Con, August 2010
  • Jeff Parker and the New Adventures of Old Marvel (archive),, September 26, 2006
  • Tuesday Q&A: Jeff Parker at
  • Jeff Parker: This Man, This MODOK (and More), Comics Bulletin
  • Word Balloon: Jeff Parker - Sentry, Atlas and More, Newsarama, September 19, 2008
  • The Marvel Universe Now With Extra Pulp: Parker Talks "Agents of Atlas", Comic Book Resources, May 19, 2006
Preceded by
Rick Remender
Thunderbolts writer
Succeeded by
Daniel Way
Preceded by
Geoff Johns
Aquaman writer
Succeeded by
Cullen Bunn
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