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    Mike Worley
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I was born in Atchison, KS in 1955. My father was a coach and teacher, so we moved around a lot. In 1969, he became an instructor and coach at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, MO.

I was saved and became a Christian at First Baptist Church in Maryville in 1972. I graduated from Maryville High School in 1973. In college, I studied music and graduated in 1977. I taught school for 3 years and didn’t like it. I was married in 1978, and have liked it, because we will be celebrating our Silver Anniversary in 2003. We have 3 children, Adam(21), Jordan(19), and Rachel(17).

On Christmas day of 1979, I received a copy of the book, “How To Draw Comics The Marvel Way,” and was hooked. In 1980, I returned to NWMSU to work on an art degree.

I was a runner-up in the “Create Your Own Characters” Contest sponsored by CBG. In 1984, I was in the DC Comics “New Talent” program as a colorist. In 1985, I was a runner-up as a penciller for the “Marvel Tryout Contest.”

In 1986, I did my first professional coloring for Eclipse Comics. In 1990, I started coloring for Marvel, and soon after, did my first pencilling assignment for Archie Comics—a 1-page gag featuring “Betty.” I pencilled some gags for Archie until 1996. I pencilled some “Ren & Stimpy” for Marvel, and did some inking on the style guide for the King Features property, “Phantom 2040” in 1994. I also did some inking for “Marvel Comics Presents” and “Midnight Sons Unlimited.” I was scheduled to ink the “Dumb and Dumber” comic over Jeff Jarka’s pencils until Marvel jettisoned their licensed properties department.

Phil Hester and I did “The Picture Taker” for Slave Labor in 1996, and I did a few features for his book, “The Wretch.”

Around 1998/1999, I started to make a comeback of sorts in the industry. I pencilled a “Thunder Girl” story for Gary Carlson’s “Big Bang Comics,”(Issue #25), and I started to do work for Brian Miller’s HiFi colour design studio on a project called “Tohubohu,” which was published by New Breed Comics. I continued to work for Brian Miller until 2001 when HiFi moved to Phoenix, AZ.

In 2000, I pencilled and inked my first work for Bongo Comics—an “Itchy and Scratchy” story in “Simpsons’ Comics #50. I have continued to draw for Bongo, as well as some other publishers, namely Double Eye Studios(Bloodshed, issues #2 & 3), and Fiction House Entertainment.

In April, 2002, Brian Miller and I did a feature titled, “The Terrifying Tales of Tommi Trek!”, which appeared in “DoubleTake #2” from Funkotron. Currently, I’m inking a set of pinups for some members of Shocktrauma Studios, which will be included in Phil Hester’s and Jason Caskey’s book for Image Comics, “The Holy Terror.” I am also working with some young creators, Elijah Whitley and Serena Lei, on a proposal titled, “Atonement,” which we hope to shop to prospective publishers.

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Big Bang Comics (1996)
Digital Webbing Presents (2001)
Iron Man/War Machine: Hands of the Mandarin (2013)
Klassiker der Comic-Literatur (2005)
Marvel Comics Presents (1988)
Midnight Sons Unlimited (1993)
Novavolo (2000)
Private Beach (2001)
Season of the Witch (2005)
Shocktrauma Comics (1996)
Simpsons Comics Presents Bart Simpson (2000)
Tohubohu (1999)
The Wretch (1996)
The Wretch (1997)
The Wretch (2003)

Barbie (1991)
Barbie Fashion (1991)
Barbie Halloween Special Edition (1992)
Captain Thunder and Blue Bolt (1987)
Champions Adventures (2011)
Eternity Smith (1987)
Heroic Spotlight (2010)
Kid 'n Play (1992)
Mad-Dog (1993)
Marksman (1987)
Marvel Riot (1995)
Midnight Sons Unlimited (1993)
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (1997)
Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers: The Movie (1995)
The Original Ghost Rider (1992)
Phantom 2040 (1995)
Power Rangers (1995)
Ralph Snart Adventures (1988)
Saban's Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Ninja Rangers (1995)
Saban's Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Ninja Rangers/VR Troopers (1996)
Saban's Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (1995)
Sarjakuvalehti (1990)
Superhéroes Marvel (1994)
Tales of Terror (1985)
TekWorld (1992)
Tohubohu (1999)
The Twisted Tales of Bruce Jones (1986)

Alien Nation: A Breed Apart (1990)
Big Bang Comics (1996)
Big Bang Comics Summer Special (2003)
Knight Watchman: The Golden Age (2014)
Lizard Lady (1991)
Man of War (1987)
The Original Ghost Rider (1992)
Savage Dragon (1993)
Scimidar Book IV: Wild Thing (1990)
Scimidar: Book III (1990)
Shocktrauma Comics (1996)
Sinbad Book II (1991)
Thunder Girl Digest (2014)
The Time Machine (1990)
Twisted Tales (1987)
White Devil (1990)
The Wretch (1996)
The Wretch (1997)
The Wretch (2003)

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