Kieron Dwyer

Kieron Dwyer

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Kieron Dwyer (born March 6, 1967) is an American comic book artist and penciller.


Dwyer is best known for his work on Captain America vol. 1 (1987–1990), Danger Unlimited (on the Torch of Liberty story) (1994), Action Comics (1995–1996), Avengers (vol. 3) (2001–2003) and his creator-owned series, LCD.

In 2000, he was sued by Starbucks Coffee for parodying their famous siren logo on the first cover of his comic book series LCD: Lowest Comic Denominator and also putting the image on t-shirts and stickers that he sold on his website and at comic book conventions. With assistance from the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, the two parties settled the case out of court. The settlement established that the image was protected speech, citing the "parody" exception in Constitutional law; however, Dwyer is no longer allowed to use the image for financial gain because of its "confusing similarity" to the original material., Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, November 30, 2000 Nevertheless, the image can be found on many other websites.

LCD: Lowest Comic Denominator had 2 "ashcan" editions, #1 (1997) and #2 (1998), before coming out with full comic versions starting a year later with #0 (a 2nd print was later issued with pieces removed due to the Starbucks legal action), 1, 2, and 3.

Most recently, Dwyer has been collaborating with Rick Remender on a number of titles, including XXXombies (the first in a planned line of horror...
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