Ben Lai is a comic book penciler who worked on series such as , Sigil , Radix and Thor . X-Men His brother, [1 ] Ray Lai, often inks his work.
In 2002, the Lai brothers were involved in a controversy when the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology used an image from Radix #1 in a $50 million grant proposal for the development of battlefield armor for the United States military. [2 ] [3 ]
Bibliography [ edit ]
CrossGen Primer #1, (with writers Barbara Kesel and Ron Marz, CrossGen Comics, 2000)
#1, (with writers Barbara Kesel and Ron Marz, CrossGen Comics, 2000) CrossGenesis
CrossGen Sampler #1, (with writers Barbara Kesel and Ron Marz, CrossGen Comics, 2000)
#1-5, (with writer Barbara Kesel, CrossGen Comics, 2000) Sigil
#1-3 (CrossGen comics, 2001–2002) Radix
#2, (with writers G.I. Joe Battle Files Josh Blaylock and Scott Wherle, Devil's Due Publishing, 2002)
#1, (with writer Guard Force Chuck Austen, Marvel Comics, 2003)
#61-62, 64-65, 67, 70, (with writer Thor Dan Jurgens, Marvel Comics, 2003)
#26, (with writer Ultimate X-Men Mark Millar, Marvel Comics, 2003)
#1, (with writer X-Men Unlimited Tony Lee, Marvel Comics, 2004)
#6, (with various writers, Marvel Comics, 2006) All-New Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe A-Z
#1, (with various writers, Marvel Comics, 2008) Ultimate Secrets
References [ edit ]
^ "Comic Creator: Ben and Ray Lai". Lambiek.net. Archived from the original on 19 January 2010 . Retrieved 28 January 2010.
^ Noah Shachtman (August 28, 2002). "America's Might: A Comic Tale". Wired.
^ Tim Friend (August 29, 2002). "MIT's future soldier resembles comic-book heroine". USA Today.
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