Trevor Von Eeden

Trevor Von Eeden

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Trevor Von Eeden is a Guyanese comic book writer/artist who, as a teenager, was recruited to work at DC Comics during the late 1970s. After co-creating and drawing Black Lightning, the first original black American superhero in DC Comics history, and the first to have his own title, Von Eeden was acclaimed for his illustration of Batman Annual 8, in 1981. The art for the story recalled the work of Alex Toth, Neal Adams and Golden Age of Comic Books. The Batman Annual 8 storyline featured the villain Ra's al Ghul, who later appeared in the film Batman Begins. Coloring for the issue was provided by Lynn Varley.

Other comic book titles on which Von Eeden worked during the 1980s included Black Canary and the regular Batman series for DC Comics, and Power Man and Iron Fist for Marvel Comics. In 1984 Von Eeden illustrated initial issues of the ground breaking DC mini-series Thriller . He also provided pencil art for a well regarded four-issue Green Arrow mini-series that was inked by Dick Giordano).

During much of the late 1980s and throughout the 1990s Von Eeden worked as a storyboard artist for various New York advertising agencies.

In 2001 Von Eeden returned to Batman comics, providing pencil art for the five-issue storyline "Grimm" that appeared issues #149-153 of the DC Comics series, Legends of the Dark Knight. For this storyline, Von Eeden's pencils were inked by José Luis García-López. Trevor Von Eeden has also illustrated a series of short stories Joe In The...... ...
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