Ted McKeever

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Ted McKeever

Ted McKeever is an American artist whose first professional comic work appeared in 1986 with Transit (Vortex Comics). His following thirty years in the industry also included such titles as Eddy Current (Mad Dog Graphics 1997-1998), Plastic Forks (Epic 1990), Metropol (Epic 1991–1992), Industrial Gothic (Vertigo 1995), Junk Culture (Vertigo 1997), and Faith (Vertigo 1999).

Over the years, McKeever collaborated with other creators including Dave Gibbons, Peter Milligan, Jean-Marc Lofficier, and confrontationalist Lydia Lunch.

In 2010 McKeever began solely producing projects for Jim Valentino's Shadowline imprint. Starting with Meta4, he then continued between the years 2011 through 2015, where he produced the series Mondo, Miniature Jesus, The Superannuated Man, and finally Pencil Head in 2016, before he walked away from the comics industry for good.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dueben, Alex (August 29, 2016). "Ted McKeever Walks Away From Comics, Looks Back at Career". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved May 2, 2020.