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Nationality  American

Name  Tony Salmons
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Full name  Thomas Anthony Salmons
Born  Thomas Anthony Salmons January 1, 1957 (age 58)Rolla, Missouri (1957-01-01)
Area(s)  Comic Book Artist, Storyboard Artist
Notable works  Vigilante: City Lights, Prairie JusticeBatman: Gotham KnightsCaptain America: Red, White & BlueDakota NorthSavage Sword of ConanMarvel FanfareG.I. Joe: A Real American HeroBatman: The Animated Series

[Wikipedia] Tony Salmons


Thomas Anthony "Tony" Salmons (born January 1, 1957) is an American alternative comic book artist, film storyboard artist and character designer.

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Biography

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Born in Rolla, Missouri, Salmons grew up in Casa Grande, Arizona, with stops in New York City and San Francisco. Salmons now lives and works in Los Angeles and has two daughters.

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Salmons illustrated the comic book mini-series The Strange Adventures of H.P. Lovecraft, from Image Comics, later collected in trade paperback.

Television

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  • Batman: The Animated Series, Season 1, 1992, Warner Bros.
  • Æon Flux, 1995, MTV.
  • Books

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  • Amazing High Adventure #1, 1984, Marvel.
  • Batman: Gotham Knights #4, 2000, DC.
  • Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight #85, 1996, DC.
  • Captain America: Red, White & Blue, hardcover, 2002, Marvel.
  • Conan Saga #76, 1984, Marvel.
  • 2000 AD, Crisis #40, 1990, Fleetway.
  • Dakota North #1-5, 1986–87, Marvel.
  • Dark Horse Presents #6-7, 9-10, 1986, Dark Horse.
  • Doctor Strange #64, 1984, Marvel.
  • Doomed #2, 2006, IDW.
  • Dragon's Teeth #1, 1983, Clegg.
  • First Six-Pack #2, First.
  • The Foot Soldiers #2, 1997, Image.
  • 411 #1, 2003, Marvel.
  • Gangland #4, 1998, DC/Vertigo.
  • G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #69, 87-88, 91, 1988–89, Marvel.
  • G.I. Joe Yearbook #4, 1988, Marvel.
  • Heartthrobs #2, 1998, DC/Vertigo.
  • Heroes Against Hunger #1, 1986, DC.
  • Jon Sable Freelance #54-55, 1987–88, First.
  • Justice #5, 1987, Marvel.
  • The Mark #1, 1987, Dark Horse.
  • Marvel Comics Presents #9, 1988, Marvel.
  • Marvel Fanfare #17, 19, 27, 1984–86, Marvel.
  • Marvel Vision #16, 28, 1997–98, Marvel.
  • Nightmask #1, 1986, Marvel.
  • Penthouse Comix #22-23, 1997, Penthouse.
  • Penthouse Men's Adventure Comix #3, 1995, Penthouse.
  • Peter Porker #8, 1986, Marvel.
  • Savage Sword of Conan #107, 109, 113, 118, 165, 1984–85, 1989, Marvel.
  • Savage Tales #3, 1985, Marvel.
  • Star Wars #91, 1985, Marvel.
  • Strange Adventures of HP Lovecraft #1-4, 2008–2009, Image.
  • Taboo #9, 1995, Kitchen Sink.
  • Timeslip Collection #1, 1998, Marvel.
  • Vigilante: City Lights, Prairie Justice #1-4, 1995, DC/Vertigo.
  • Web of Spider-Man Annual #1, 1985, Marvel.

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    References

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