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Jae Lee

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2007-09-26 20:14:48 cook Suffix none
2007-09-26 20:14:48 cook Bio Jae Lee was born in South Korea in 1972. His first professional work was for Marvel Comics on an anthology series titled Marcel Comics Presents. "When I first started, I was heavily influenced by John Byrne," Jae said in [an] interview published at DynamicForces.com. "I tried to draw just like him." He ended up working with Byrne who was writing Namor: The Submariner and ended up leaveing his unique mark on Namor as well as other Marvel classics such as Spider-Man, The Uncanny X-Men and X-Factor. He attended art school, but left in 1990 to pursue a career at Marvel Comics, becoming the youngest professional artist ever to work for a major comic book company. He is probably best known for his work on Marvel's Namor the Sub-Mariner, Inhumans (for which he won an Eisner Award), and The Sentry, as well as his creator-owned character Hellshock at Image Comics. Lee is currently working on Marvel Comics' spinoff of Stephen King's The Dark Tower novel series, The Gunslinger Born, which is scripted by Peter David. Jae Lee is a 1990 graduate of Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax County, Virginia. While a student there, he designed the commemorative t-shirt for his class's graduating party and was selected as the most artistic male in his graduating class. He received professional commissions as early as his ninth grade. In 1993 he joined Image Comics to work on his own creation, HellShock. In 1997 he returned to Marvel under its new imprint, Marvel Knights, to illustrate the Eisner Award Winning Inhumans limited series. In 2002, his work in Fantastic Four 1234 was exhibited in the Society of Illstrators in New York City. In 2002, he was nominated for an Eisner award for best cover artist. For Top Cow he had [sic] drawn for the Top Cow Universe trading ard sets and produced an alternate cover for Tomb Raider. Working with Dynamic Forces, Jae had created the popular "Death of Phoenix" and "Spider-Man Versus Sinister Six" lithographs. A fan favorite and a favorite of fans, Jae has also told DF.com, "Every day there's something different about this job. And I love going to conventions and meeting fans. There aren't many jobs where you get to meet people who say, 'Hey, I love your stuff.'" He is not related to fellow comic book creators Stan Lee, Jim Lee, Pat Lee, or Elaine Lee. Jae Lee was born in South Korea in 1972. His first professional work was for Marvel Comics on an anthology series titled Marvel Comics Presents. "When I first started, I was heavily influenced by John Byrne," Jae said in [an] interview published at DynamicForces.com. "I tried to draw just like him." He ended up working with Byrne who was writing Namor the Sub-Mariner and ended up leaveing his unique mark on Namor as well as other Marvel classics such as Spider-Man, The Uncanny X-Men and X-Factor. He attended art school, but left in 1990 to pursue a career at Marvel Comics, becoming the youngest professional artist ever to work for a major comic book company. He is probably best known for his work on Marvel's Namor the Sub-Mariner, Inhumans (for which he won an Eisner Award), and The Sentry, as well as his creator-owned character Hellshock at Image Comics. Lee is currently working on Marvel Comics' spinoff of Stephen King's The Dark Tower novel series, The Gunslinger Born, which is scripted by Peter David. Jae Lee is a 1990 graduate of Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax County, Virginia. While a student there, he designed the commemorative t-shirt for his class's graduating party and was selected as the most artistic male in his graduating class. He received professional commissions as early as his ninth grade. In 1993 he joined Image Comics to work on his own creation, HellShock. In 1997 he returned to Marvel under its new imprint, Marvel Knights, to illustrate the Eisner Award Winning Inhumans limited series. In 2002, his work in Fantastic Four 1234 was exhibited in the Society of Illstrators in New York City. In 2002, he was nominated for an Eisner award for best cover artist. For Top Cow he had [sic] drawn for the Top Cow Universe trading ard sets and produced an alternate cover for Tomb Raider. Working with Dynamic Forces, Jae had created the popular "Death of Phoenix" and "Spider-Man Versus Sinister Six" lithographs. A fan favorite and a favorite of fans, Jae has also told DF.com, "Every day there's something different about this job. And I love going to conventions and meeting fans. There aren't many jobs where you get to meet people who say, 'Hey, I love your stuff.'" He is not related to fellow comic book creators Stan Lee, Jim Lee, Pat Lee, or Elaine Lee.
2007-04-06 03:27:10 ofearna Suffix none
2007-04-06 03:27:10 ofearna Bio He attended art school, but left in 1990 to pursue a career at Marvel Comics, becoming the youngest professional artist ever to work for a major comic book company. He is probably best known for his work on Marvel's Namor the Sub-Mariner, Inhumans (for which he won an Eisner Award), and The Sentry, as well as his creator-owned character Hellshock at Image Comics. Lee is currently working on Marvel Comics' spinoff of Stephen King's The Dark Tower novel series, The Gunslinger Born, which is scripted by Peter David. Jae Lee is a 1990 graduate of Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax County, Virginia. While a student there, he designed the commemorative t-shirt for his class's graduating party and was selected as the most artistic male in his graduating class. He received professional commissions as early as his ninth grade. He is not related to fellow comic book creators Stan Lee, Jim Lee, Pat Lee, or Elaine Lee. Jae Lee was born in South Korea in 1972. His first professional work was for Marvel Comics on an anthology series titled Marcel Comics Presents. "When I first started, I was heavily influenced by John Byrne," Jae said in [an] interview published at DynamicForces.com. "I tried to draw just like him." He ended up working with Byrne who was writing Namor: The Submariner and ended up leaveing his unique mark on Namor as well as other Marvel classics such as Spider-Man, The Uncanny X-Men and X-Factor. He attended art school, but left in 1990 to pursue a career at Marvel Comics, becoming the youngest professional artist ever to work for a major comic book company. He is probably best known for his work on Marvel's Namor the Sub-Mariner, Inhumans (for which he won an Eisner Award), and The Sentry, as well as his creator-owned character Hellshock at Image Comics. Lee is currently working on Marvel Comics' spinoff of Stephen King's The Dark Tower novel series, The Gunslinger Born, which is scripted by Peter David. Jae Lee is a 1990 graduate of Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax County, Virginia. While a student there, he designed the commemorative t-shirt for his class's graduating party and was selected as the most artistic male in his graduating class. He received professional commissions as early as his ninth grade. In 1993 he joined Image Comics to work on his own creation, HellShock. In 1997 he returned to Marvel under its new imprint, Marvel Knights, to illustrate the Eisner Award Winning Inhumans limited series. In 2002, his work in Fantastic Four 1234 was exhibited in the Society of Illstrators in New York City. In 2002, he was nominated for an Eisner award for best cover artist. For Top Cow he had [sic] drawn for the Top Cow Universe trading ard sets and produced an alternate cover for Tomb Raider. Working with Dynamic Forces, Jae had created the popular "Death of Phoenix" and "Spider-Man Versus Sinister Six" lithographs. A fan favorite and a favorite of fans, Jae has also told DF.com, "Every day there's something different about this job. And I love going to conventions and meeting fans. There aren't many jobs where you get to meet people who say, 'Hey, I love your stuff.'" He is not related to fellow comic book creators Stan Lee, Jim Lee, Pat Lee, or Elaine Lee.
2007-03-01 14:49:34 SKleefeld Suffix none
2007-03-01 14:49:34 SKleefeld DOB June 22, 1972
2007-03-01 14:49:34 SKleefeld Birthplace South Korea
2007-03-01 14:49:34 SKleefeld E-mail jaelee@aol.com
2007-03-01 14:49:34 SKleefeld Bio He attended art school, but left in 1990 to pursue a career at Marvel Comics, becoming the youngest professional artist ever to work for a major comic book company. He is probably best known for his work on Marvel's Namor the Sub-Mariner, Inhumans (for which he won an Eisner Award), and The Sentry, as well as his creator-owned character Hellshock at Image Comics. Lee is currently working on Marvel Comics' spinoff of Stephen King's The Dark Tower novel series, The Gunslinger Born, which is scripted by Peter David. Jae Lee is a 1990 graduate of Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax County, Virginia. While a student there, he designed the commemorative t-shirt for his class's graduating party and was selected as the most artistic male in his graduating class. He received professional commissions as early as his ninth grade. He is not related to fellow comic book creators Stan Lee, Jim Lee, Pat Lee, or Elaine Lee.


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