M. D. Bright

M. D. Bright

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Mark D. Bright (born 1955) is an American comic book and storyboard artist. Often credited as M.D. Bright, he is best known for pencilling the Marvel Comics Iron Man story "Armor Wars," the two Emerald Dawn miniseries for DC Comics, for painting the iconic cover to Marvel Comics' Transformers #5, (featuring the Decepticon Shockwave and the haunting words "Are All Dead" underneath the series title), and for co-creating Quantum and Woody with writer Christopher J. Priest. Out of comics, Bright is now a freelance storyboard artist.


Bright grew up in Montclair, New Jersey, receiving a B.F.A. from The Pratt Institute in 1974.

His work in comics began in 1978 with a three-page story in House of Mystery #257 (April 1978) His first regular work was providing the art for the Christopher J. Priest (then going by the name "Jim Owsley,") penned Falcon mini-series in 1983. One issue had been completed by artist Paul Smith, and Bright pencilled the remaining three issues.

His next major contribution to the world of comic books was another collaboration with Priest the final ten issues of Power Man and Iron Fist....
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