Dan Green (artist)
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Dan Green (born November 26) is an American comic book illustrator, working as an inker primarily from the early 1970s to the present. He has often provided the finished art after receiving breakdowns by artists such as John Romita Sr., John Romita Jr., John Byrne, John Buscema, Sal Buscema, Marc Silvestri, George Pérez, Keith Giffen, Gene Colan, Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko, Carmine Infantino, Al Williamson, Bernie Wrightson and Keith Pollard. He helped draw the guide in how to draw 101
Green has a lengthy career as an inker, working from the mid-1970s to the present day, including long runs on Spider-Man, Doctor Strange, Uncanny X-Men, Wolverine and Hulk for Marvel Comics, and DC's Justice League of America.
He co-wrote and provided watercolor illustrations for the graphic novel Doctor Strange: Into Shamballa for Marvel in 1986.
In 2001, a collection of works by Edgar Allan Poe entitled The Raven & Other Poems & Tales (Bulfinch Press) featured 20 of his pencil illustrations. Green lives in upstate New York, in the Hudson Valley, New Paltz area.
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Interior comics work includes:
- Animal Man the New 52 01- (2011-)
- Astonishing X-Men 02 (1995) Age of Apocalypse
- Defenders 57 (1978)
- Jack of Fables 32 (2009)
- Uncanny X-Men 107, 179-261, 300-322, 423-424, 437, 436 (Marvel Comics, 1977, 1984–1990, 1993–1995, 2003, 2004)
- Web of Spider-Man 03 (2010)
Cover work includes:
- New Mutants vol. 1 #50 (cover inks)
- Comics Buyer's Guide #1636 (December 2007); Page 135