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Scott Koblish[1] was born on May 28, 1970 in upstate New York, and has hundreds of comics credits at[2] both Marvel Comics[3] and DC Comics.[4]

Scott Koblish
BornMay, 1970
New York, United States
OccupationComic book artist, penciler, colourist, cover artist, inker
Notable work
Deadpool, Captain America, The Many Deaths of Scott Koblish, The Jet Pack Pets, Dr. Strange, The Avengers,

EducationEdit

Scott Koblish attended The Kubert School of Cartooning and Graphic Art when he was nine years old[citation needed]. He graduated from The School of Visual Arts in Manhattan with a BFA in Cartooning and Illustration.

BibliographyEdit

Scott Koblish entered a Marvel Comics apprentice program in the early in 1990s[citation needed]. His work appeared in 90's era Marvel Comics titles like GI Joe, The Punisher, Elektra, and Excalibur.

He inked the Marvel Comics Star Trek/X-Men crossover "Second Contact"and was inker on Captain America,[5]. He pencilled and inked the character Deadpool for 6 years[6][7]. He also pencilled the "Jet Pack Pets"[8] for Disney and drew Stan Lee Media's the "7th Portal".[9]

In 2018, Chronicle Books Published The Many Deaths of Scott Koblish[10], cartoon strips by the artist in which he lampoons his own demise.

He drew (pencilled and inked) the art for Deadpool #27 which set the Guinness World Record for most characters to appear on a comic book cover.[11]

Personal lifeEdit

Scott Koblish has a daughter.[12] He resides in Los Angeles, CA.

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