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29th Jul '13 12:31:55 PM TrustBen
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Canadian Writer/Penciller/Inker. Has worked for [[Creator/MarvelComics Marvel]], [[Creator/DCComics DC]], and many other comic book companies. One of the best known and influential comics creators (and at one point, among the best paid as well.) He's also fairly controversial, due to his attitudes both with comics fans and pros. There's a reason his last TV Tropes page was entirely nuked.
* On Marvel, together with ChrisClaremont, was responsible for what many consider the formative run on Marvel's ''Uncanny X-men'' book, with their storylines still reverberating through the MarvelUniverse (specially the Dark Phoenix Saga.) He helped expand Wolverine's past into a full SuperTeam, AlphaFlight, which he then wrote and drew in their own series for a few years. His work on ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'' redefined many of its characters and helped him earn his gig on Superman (see below.) Other Marvel series he worked for include ''{{ComicBook/Spider-Man}}'', ''SheHulk'' (to which he gave an unusual fourth-wall-breaking humorous twist- this was before {{Deadpool}}), ''SubMariner'', and others.
* On DC, he reinvented Superman for the 80's after the company-wide RetCon of CrisisOnInfiniteEarths. He recycled some of his ideas for the character Gladiator (a Superman CaptainErsatz he drew in X-Men and Fantastic Four) for this series. He also worked on ''Franchise/WonderWoman'' briefly.
* He also created some original series of his own, such as the NextMen, for other companies.

!!Works by John Byrne with their own trope pages include:

* ''John Byrne's NextMen''
* ''Superman: Comicbook/TheManOfSteel''

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Canadian Writer/Penciller/Inker. Has worked for [[Creator/MarvelComics Marvel]], [[Creator/DCComics DC]], and many other comic book companies. One of the best known and influential comics creators (and at one point, among the best paid as well.) He's also fairly controversial, due to his attitudes both with comics fans and pros. There's a reason his last TV Tropes page was entirely nuked.
* On Marvel, together with ChrisClaremont, was responsible for what many consider the formative run on Marvel's ''Uncanny X-men'' book, with their storylines still reverberating through the MarvelUniverse (specially the Dark Phoenix Saga.) He helped expand Wolverine's past into a full SuperTeam, AlphaFlight, which he then wrote and drew in their own series for a few years. His work on ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'' redefined many of its characters and helped him earn his gig on Superman (see below.) Other Marvel series he worked for include ''{{ComicBook/Spider-Man}}'', ''SheHulk'' (to which he gave an unusual fourth-wall-breaking humorous twist- this was before {{Deadpool}}), ''SubMariner'', and others.
* On DC, he reinvented Superman for the 80's after the company-wide RetCon of CrisisOnInfiniteEarths. He recycled some of his ideas for the character Gladiator (a Superman CaptainErsatz he drew in X-Men and Fantastic Four) for this series. He also worked on ''Franchise/WonderWoman'' briefly.
* He also created some original series of his own, such as the NextMen, for other companies.

!!Works by John Byrne with their own trope pages include:

* ''John Byrne's NextMen''
* ''Superman: Comicbook/TheManOfSteel''

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3rd Nov '12 1:16:56 PM Tuckerscreator
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Canadian Writer/Penciller/Inker. Has worked for [[MarvelComics Marvel]], [[DCComics DC]], and many other comic book companies. One of the best known and influential comics creators (and at one point, among the best paid as well.) He's also fairly controversial, due to his attitudes both with comics fans and pros. There's a reason his last TV Tropes page was entirely nuked.
* On Marvel, together with ChrisClaremont, was responsible for what many consider the formative run on Marvel's ''Uncanny X-men'' book, with their storylines still reverberating through the MarvelUniverse (specially the Dark Phoenix Saga.) He helped expand Wolverine's past into a full SuperTeam, AlphaFlight, which he then wrote and drew in their own series for a few years. His work on ''FantasticFour'' redefined many of its characters and helped him earn his gig on Superman (see below.) Other Marvel series he worked for include ''{{Spider-Man}}'', ''SheHulk'' (to which he gave an unusual fourth-wall-breaking humorous twist- this was before {{Deadpool}}), ''SubMariner'', and others.
* On DC, he reinvented Superman for the 80's after the company-wide RetCon of CrisisOnInfiniteEarths. He recycled some of his ideas for the character Gladiator (a Superman CaptainErsatz he drew in X-Men and Fantastic Four) for this series. He also worked on ''WonderWoman'' briefly.

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Canadian Writer/Penciller/Inker. Has worked for [[MarvelComics [[Creator/MarvelComics Marvel]], [[DCComics [[Creator/DCComics DC]], and many other comic book companies. One of the best known and influential comics creators (and at one point, among the best paid as well.) He's also fairly controversial, due to his attitudes both with comics fans and pros. There's a reason his last TV Tropes page was entirely nuked.
* On Marvel, together with ChrisClaremont, was responsible for what many consider the formative run on Marvel's ''Uncanny X-men'' book, with their storylines still reverberating through the MarvelUniverse (specially the Dark Phoenix Saga.) He helped expand Wolverine's past into a full SuperTeam, AlphaFlight, which he then wrote and drew in their own series for a few years. His work on ''FantasticFour'' ''ComicBook/FantasticFour'' redefined many of its characters and helped him earn his gig on Superman (see below.) Other Marvel series he worked for include ''{{Spider-Man}}'', ''{{ComicBook/Spider-Man}}'', ''SheHulk'' (to which he gave an unusual fourth-wall-breaking humorous twist- this was before {{Deadpool}}), ''SubMariner'', and others.
* On DC, he reinvented Superman for the 80's after the company-wide RetCon of CrisisOnInfiniteEarths. He recycled some of his ideas for the character Gladiator (a Superman CaptainErsatz he drew in X-Men and Fantastic Four) for this series. He also worked on ''WonderWoman'' ''Franchise/WonderWoman'' briefly.
14th Sep '12 11:54:51 AM kkhohoho
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* On Marvel, together with ChrisClaremont, was responsible for what many consider the formative run on Marvel's ''Uncanny X-men'' book, with their storylines still reverberating through the MarvelUniverse (specially the Dark Phoenix Saga.) He helped expand Wolverine's past into a full SuperTeam, AlphaFlight, which he then wrote and drew in their own series for many years. His work on ''FantasticFour'' redefined many of its characters and helped him earn his gig on Superman (see below.) Other Marvel series he worked for include ''{{Spider-Man}}'', ''SheHulk'' (to which he gave an unusual fourth-wall-breaking humorous twist- this was before {{Deadpool}}), ''SubMariner'', and others.

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* On Marvel, together with ChrisClaremont, was responsible for what many consider the formative run on Marvel's ''Uncanny X-men'' book, with their storylines still reverberating through the MarvelUniverse (specially the Dark Phoenix Saga.) He helped expand Wolverine's past into a full SuperTeam, AlphaFlight, which he then wrote and drew in their own series for many a few years. His work on ''FantasticFour'' redefined many of its characters and helped him earn his gig on Superman (see below.) Other Marvel series he worked for include ''{{Spider-Man}}'', ''SheHulk'' (to which he gave an unusual fourth-wall-breaking humorous twist- this was before {{Deadpool}}), ''SubMariner'', and others.
19th Jun '12 8:22:35 PM Tapol
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!!Works by John Byrne with their own trope pages include:

* ''John Byrne's NextMen''
* ''Superman: Comicbook/TheManOfSteel''
19th Dec '11 3:24:40 PM Sijo
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Writer/Penciller/Inker. Has worked for [[MarvelComics Marvel]], [[DCComics DC]], and many other comic book companies, on ''FantasticFour'', ''{{X-Men}}'', ''{{Superman}}'', ''{{Spider-Man}}'', ''WonderWoman'', ''SheHulk'', etc etc. Together with ChrisClaremont, responsible for what many consider the formative run on Marvel's ''Uncanny X-men'' book, with their storylines still reverberating through the MarvelUniverse. He's... fairly controversial, as comic book creators go, to put it mildly. There's a reason his last TV Tropes page was entirely nuked.

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Canadian Writer/Penciller/Inker. Has worked for [[MarvelComics Marvel]], [[DCComics DC]], and many other comic book companies, on ''FantasticFour'', ''{{X-Men}}'', ''{{Superman}}'', ''{{Spider-Man}}'', ''WonderWoman'', ''SheHulk'', etc etc. Together companies. One of the best known and influential comics creators (and at one point, among the best paid as well.) He's also fairly controversial, due to his attitudes both with comics fans and pros. There's a reason his last TV Tropes page was entirely nuked.
* On Marvel, together
with ChrisClaremont, was responsible for what many consider the formative run on Marvel's ''Uncanny X-men'' book, with their storylines still reverberating through the MarvelUniverse. He's... fairly controversial, as comic book creators go, to put it mildly. There's MarvelUniverse (specially the Dark Phoenix Saga.) He helped expand Wolverine's past into a reason full SuperTeam, AlphaFlight, which he then wrote and drew in their own series for many years. His work on ''FantasticFour'' redefined many of its characters and helped him earn his last TV Tropes page gig on Superman (see below.) Other Marvel series he worked for include ''{{Spider-Man}}'', ''SheHulk'' (to which he gave an unusual fourth-wall-breaking humorous twist- this was entirely nuked.before {{Deadpool}}), ''SubMariner'', and others.
* On DC, he reinvented Superman for the 80's after the company-wide RetCon of CrisisOnInfiniteEarths. He recycled some of his ideas for the character Gladiator (a Superman CaptainErsatz he drew in X-Men and Fantastic Four) for this series. He also worked on ''WonderWoman'' briefly.
*He also created some original series of his own, such as the NextMen, for other companies.
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5th Apr '11 11:01:47 AM Filby
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Writer/Penciller/Inker. Has worked for [[MarvelComics Marvel]], [[DCComics DC]], and many other comic book companies, on ''FantasticFour'', ''{{X-Men}}'', ''{{Superman}}'', ''{{Spider-Man}}'', ''WonderWoman'', ''{{She-Hulk}}'', etc etc. Together with ChrisClaremont, responsible for what many consider the formative run on Marvel's ''Uncanny X-men'' book, with their storylines still reverberating through the MarvelUniverse. He's... fairly controversial, as comic book creators go, to put it mildly. There's a reason his last TV Tropes page was entirely nuked.

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Writer/Penciller/Inker. Has worked for [[MarvelComics Marvel]], [[DCComics DC]], and many other comic book companies, on ''FantasticFour'', ''{{X-Men}}'', ''{{Superman}}'', ''{{Spider-Man}}'', ''WonderWoman'', ''{{She-Hulk}}'', ''SheHulk'', etc etc. Together with ChrisClaremont, responsible for what many consider the formative run on Marvel's ''Uncanny X-men'' book, with their storylines still reverberating through the MarvelUniverse. He's... fairly controversial, as comic book creators go, to put it mildly. There's a reason his last TV Tropes page was entirely nuked.
5th Apr '11 11:01:23 AM Filby
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Writer/Penciller/Inker. Has worked for [[MarvelComics Marvel]], [[DCComics DC]], and many other comic book companies, on ''FantasticFour'', ''{{X-Men}}'', ''{{Superman}}'', ''{{Spider-Man}}'', ''WonderWoman'', etc etc. Together with ChrisClaremont, responsible for what many consider the formative run on Marvel's ''Uncanny X-men'' book, with their storylines still reverberating through the MarvelUniverse. He's... fairly controversial, as comic book creators go, to put it mildly. There's a reason his last TV Tropes page was entirely nuked.

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Writer/Penciller/Inker. Has worked for [[MarvelComics Marvel]], [[DCComics DC]], and many other comic book companies, on ''FantasticFour'', ''{{X-Men}}'', ''{{Superman}}'', ''{{Spider-Man}}'', ''WonderWoman'', ''{{She-Hulk}}'', etc etc. Together with ChrisClaremont, responsible for what many consider the formative run on Marvel's ''Uncanny X-men'' book, with their storylines still reverberating through the MarvelUniverse. He's... fairly controversial, as comic book creators go, to put it mildly. There's a reason his last TV Tropes page was entirely nuked.
5th Apr '11 11:00:32 AM Filby
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Writer/Penciller/Inker. Has worked for [[MarvelComics Marvel]], [[DCComics DC]], and many other comic book companies, on ''FantasticFour'', ''{{X-Men}}'', ''{{Superman}}'', ''{{Spider-Man}}'', etc etc. Together with ChrisClaremont, responsible for what many consider the formative run on Marvel's ''Uncanny X-men'' book, with their storylines still reverberating through the MarvelUniverse. He's... fairly controversial, as comic book creators go, to put it mildly. There's a reason his last TV Tropes page was entirely nuked.

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Writer/Penciller/Inker. Has worked for [[MarvelComics Marvel]], [[DCComics DC]], and many other comic book companies, on ''FantasticFour'', ''{{X-Men}}'', ''{{Superman}}'', ''{{Spider-Man}}'', ''WonderWoman'', etc etc. Together with ChrisClaremont, responsible for what many consider the formative run on Marvel's ''Uncanny X-men'' book, with their storylines still reverberating through the MarvelUniverse. He's... fairly controversial, as comic book creators go, to put it mildly. There's a reason his last TV Tropes page was entirely nuked.
5th Apr '11 11:00:16 AM Filby
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Writer/Penciller/Inker. Has worked for Marvel/DC and many other comic book companies, on Fantastic Four, X-Men, Superman, Spider-Man etc etc. Together with Chris Claremont responsible for what many consider the formative run on Marvel's Uncanny X-men book, with their storylines still reverberating through the Marvel Universe. He's... fairly controversial, as comic book creators go, to put it mildly. There's a reason his last TV Tropes page was entirely nuked.

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Writer/Penciller/Inker. Has worked for Marvel/DC [[MarvelComics Marvel]], [[DCComics DC]], and many other comic book companies, on Fantastic Four, X-Men, Superman, Spider-Man ''FantasticFour'', ''{{X-Men}}'', ''{{Superman}}'', ''{{Spider-Man}}'', etc etc. Together with Chris Claremont ChrisClaremont, responsible for what many consider the formative run on Marvel's Uncanny X-men ''Uncanny X-men'' book, with their storylines still reverberating through the Marvel Universe.MarvelUniverse. He's... fairly controversial, as comic book creators go, to put it mildly. There's a reason his last TV Tropes page was entirely nuked.
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