Igor Kordej (referred to as Igor Kordey in American and French publications; born 1957)[1] is a Croatian comic book artist.

Igor Kordej
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BornIgor Kordej
Zagreb, PR Croatia, FPR Yugoslavia
Area(s)Penciller, Inker, Colorist
Notable works
New X-Men, Soldier X


While his best-known work is featured in New X-Men, he has a very diverse repertoire, moving between traditional pencils and inks to fully painted panels. Because of his speed as an artist, at his peak, he was producing artwork for three or four monthly books at the same time. However, as a result, he has attracted heavy criticism for the quality of his art, especially from the readers.[2] He was announced to be joining Chris Claremont (with whom he has collaborated on X-Treme X-Men) on a 2004 relaunch of Excalibur, but was replaced by Aaron Lopresti before its debut, even though he was already well into drawing the second issue. He has suggested that it may have had to do with disagreements with management.[3]


Interior comic work includes:

Covers onlyEdit


  1. ^ Comic creator: Igor Kordey
  2. ^ Thompson, Chris (June 1, 2004). "Those Questions: Igor Kordey". Comics Bulletin. Archived from the original on May 24, 2010.
  3. ^ Johnston, Richard (February 25, 2004). "Waiting for Tommy: Igor Kordey". Dynamic Forces.