Tim Sale (artist)


Tim Sale (artist)

Infobox Comics creator
name = Tim Sale



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caption = Sale at Midtown Comics Times Square in Manhattan on August 28, 2007.
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birthdate = May 1 1956
location = Ithaca, New York
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nationality = American
area = Penciller, Inker
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Tim Sale (born 1956) is an American Eisner Award-winning comic book artist. He is primarily known for his collaborations with writer Jeph Loeb.

Biography

Tim Sale was born on May 1 1956 in Ithaca, New York, but spent most of his early life in Seattle, Washington. (He moved there with his family at age six.) [ [http://www.comicbookresources.com/news/newsitem.cgi?id=9920 NBC & "HEROES" TEAM UP TO BE REAL-LIFE HEROES] , "Comicbookresources.com", 2007-03-08, Retrieved on 2007-03-21.] He attended the University of Washington for two years before moving to New York to attend the School of Visual Arts as well as the comics workshop run by artist John Buscema. Before he graduated from SVA, Sale returned to Seattle. He began doing art for the series "Myth Adventures" in 1983, and was soon working on "Thieves' World". After meeting Matt Wagner and Diana Schutz (who were then creating and working for Comico Comics) and Barbara Randall of DC Comics at the San Diego Comicon, Sale's career began in earnest.

The body of Sale's comics work has been with collaborator Jeph Loeb. The duo, credited in their comics as 'storytellers', produced popular work such as ', ', and the so-called 'color' books for Marvel Comics starring characters such as Spider-Man, Daredevil, and Hulk.

Tim Sale is currently working on artwork for the television program "Heroes". [Smith, Zack., [http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=91047 TALKING HEROES AND COMICS WITH TIM SALE] , "Newsarama.com", 2006-11-14, Retrieved on 2007-03-21.] His artwork appears in the show as the work of the precognitive artist Isaac Mendez. Mendez' work in the "9th Wonders!" comic book on the show is also the work of Sale. Additionally, the font used throughout the show in the various captions and credits was created by Sale and is based on his handwriting style. [George, Richard., [http://comics.ign.com/articles/742/742034p1.html Loeb Talks Heroes] , "IGN.com", 2006-10-26, Retrieved on 2007-03-21.] Sale's frequent collaborator Jeph Loeb is a writer and producer on the show. [ [http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0813715/fullcredits#cast Full cast and crew page for "Heroes" at the] Internet Movie Database]

Tim Sale has two dogs, Hotspur and Shelby, and is colorblind. [ [http://heroeswiki.com/Tim_Sale Tim Sale at Heroes Wiki] ] Sale is a lifelong soccer fan. [ [http://forum.newsarama.com/showthread.php?t=91047 Smith, Zack; "Talking Heroes and Comics with Tim Sale"; newsarama; November 14, 2006] ]

elected works

* "Grendel" (with Matt Wagner)
* "Deathblow" (with Jim Lee and Brandon Choi)
* "Superman For All Seasons" (with Jeph Loeb)
* "" (with Jeph Loeb)
* "" (with Jeph Loeb)
* "" (with Jeph Loeb)
* "" (with Jeph Loeb)
* "Solo" issue 1 (with Jeph Loeb, Brian Azzarello, Darwyn Cooke, and Diana Schutz)
* "" (with Jeph Loeb)
* "" (with Jeph Loeb)
* "" (with Jeph Loeb)
* "Superman Confidential" (with Darwyn Cooke)
* "Challengers of the Unknown" Vol. 2 (with Jeph Loeb)

Published short stories

* "Grendel: Black, White & Red" #1 (Dark Horse, 1998). 8-page short story with writer Matt Wagner.
* "Robert E. Howard's Myth Maker" (1999). One-shot drawn by several pencillers like John Bolton (also cover artist of the issue), Richard Corben or Kelley Jones. Tim Sale drew several pages, with script by Roy Thomas.
* "Vampirella: Rebirth" #1 (Harris Comics, 1999). 8-page short story with writer Jeph Loeb, and variant cover.
* "9-11" Vol. 2 (DC Comics). Short story with writer Jeph Loeb.
* "Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Tales of the Slayers" TPB (Dark Horse, February 2002). Cover and short story (12 pages) written by Joss Whedon, about a female medieval vampire hunter.
*" JSA: All Stars" #2 (DC Comics, 2003). 6-page back up story about the Golden Age Hawkman and Hawkgirl, with writer Jeph Loeb.

Published comic-book covers

* "The Foot Soldiers" #3 (Dark Horse, 1996)
* "Adventures of Superman" #57, "Batgirl" #21, "Detective Comics" #763, "Harley Quinn" #13, "JSA" #29 & "The Spectre" #10 (DC Comics, coverdate: December 2001). All the issues were part of the crossover "Last Laugh".
* "Flinch" #5 (DC/Vertigo, 1999)
* "El Diablo" #1-4 (DC/Vertigo, 2001)
* "Queen & Country" #1-4 (Oni Press, 2001)
* "Detective Comics" #777-796 (DC Comics, coverdate: feb/2003-sep/2004)
*Batgirl #69-73

References

External links

* [http://www.timsale1.com/ Tim Sale's official website]
* [http://www.lambiek.net/sale_tim.htm Tim Sale] at [http://www.lambiek.net Lambiek.net]
* [http://batman.manyfacesof.com/?faces=home.gallery&gallery=7 Tim Sale Batman Gallery]
* [http://www.sequart.com/loeb-salechronology.htm Chronology] of Sale's collaborations with writer Jeph Loeb
* [http://marvel.com/catalog/?artist=Tim%20Sale Tim Sale's work on Marvel.com]
* [http://www.adelaidecomicsandbooks.com/sale.htm Tim Sale Interview at Adelaide Comics]
* [http://www.batman-on-film.com/interview_tim-sale_jett_2007.html Tim Sale Interview at BATMAN-ON-FILM.COM]
* [http://legionsofgotham.proboards70.com/index.cgi?board=interviews&action=display&thread=1108752422 Tim Sale Interview at LEGIONSOFGOTHAM.ORG]
* [http://www.comicbookresources.com/news/newsitem.cgi?id=1177 Tim Sale Interview at CBR]
* [http://www.mania.com/26152.html Tim Sale Interview at Mania]
* Tim Sale's Guest DJ Set on KCRW [http://www.kcrw.com/music/programs/gd/gd080730tim_sale KCRW Guest DJ Set]


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