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Howard Porter

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2008-01-01 13:15:36 misterpace Suffix none
2008-01-01 13:15:36 misterpace Bio Howard Porter is a comic book artist from southern Connecticut. He graduated from Paier College of Art in Connecticut where he majored in illustration. One of his teachers there was Frank McLaughlin. McLaughlin also worked as a comic book inker and he began to give Porter work assisting him in his inking jobs which led Porter to assist other inkers and eventually find work for himself in the industry. Porter eventually became a penciller, and his first major run on a title came with DC Comics' The Ray Vol. 2 (1994-1995), where he worked with writer Christopher Priest. Shortly afterward, Porter worked on DC's summer 1995 crossover event Underworld Unleashed, with writer Mark Waid, followed by the Justice League of America relaunch, JLA (1997-2000), with writer Grant Morrison and inker John Dell. Porter temporarily left comics to work in banking, doing graphic design work for Credit Suisse First Boston. He left that job in 2003 to open an artists' studio with comics artist Ron Garney. Porter returned to comics that year with a six-issue run of Marvel Comics' Fantastic Four, reuniting with writer Waid. In July 2004, Porter signed a two-year exclusive contract with DC, and began as regular penciller of The Flash, with writer Geoff Johns and inker John Livesay. In 2006, DC announced Porter would pencil the limited series The Trials of Shazam!, collaborating with writer Judd Winick.
2006-01-05 11:15:05 Skyhawke Suffix none
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