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Brian Wood

American comics artist

1972   -  

country of citizenship: United States of America
languages spoken, written or signed: English
educated at: Parsons School of Design
occupation: cartoonist, screenwriter, comics artist, graphic designer

Brian Wood (born January 29, 1972) is an American writer, illustrator, and graphic designer, known for his work in comic books, television and video games. His noted comic book work includes the series DMZ, Demo, Northlanders, The Massive, Marvel Comics' The X-Men, and Star Wars. His web series work includes adaptations of his own short stories from the comics series The Massive and Conan the Barbarian for Geek & Sundry and YouTube, and his video game work includes three years on staff at Rockstar Games, co-writing 1979 Revolution: Black Friday and story contributions to Aliens: Fireteam Elite. His television work includes pilot scripts for AMC, Amazon Studios, and Sonar Entertainment. He is a contributing writer on HBO Max's DMZ adaptation of his own work.Wood's work is well known for sociopolitical commentary, particularly on the topics of media and conflicts, climate change, and identity. Much of his work is about or takes place in New York City. He's contributed the character of Zula Hendricks to the Aliens franchise, created the character of Shogo Lee, Jubilee's adopted son, to the X-Men/Marvel Universe, and created Nomi Blume for the Ultimate Marvel universe.
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