Nord at the 2012 New York Comic Con.
|Awards||2004 Eisner Award|
Nord started his career with a letter and some original artwork sent into the editors of Marvel Comics's Marvel Comics Presents. They were so impressed, he was awarded with a professional job penciling a Shang Chi serial. He eventually became the regular artist on Marvel's Daredevil series. He continued work on various Marvel and DC titles and is best known as the first artist for the new Conan the Barbarian series (written by Kurt Busiek) at Dark Horse. After departing Dark Horse, Cary signed a two year contract with Marvel comics that yielded several 4 issue mini-series and a few stand alone issues. His most notable publications during his tenure at Marvel would be 'Ultimate Human' and 'Secret Invasion: X-Men'. After his contract at Marvel expired in 2010, Nord worked on several independent projects, none of which have been published to date. He has also produced several covers for both DC and Dark Horse Comics.
On March 28, 2012, Cary Nord signed with Valiant Entertainment to become the publisher's first exclusive creator. His Valiant Comics debut was alongside writer Robert Venditti for the newly re-launched X-O Manowar series in May 2012.
- Marvel Comics Presents vol.1 #154
- "CARY NORD Signs As VALIANT’s First Exclusive Creator".
- "EXCLUSIVE: Venditti & Nord Relaunch "X-O Manowar"". CBR.com. 17 January 2012. Retrieved 17 January 2012.
- "Complete List ofEisner Award Winners". Comic-Con International. Retrieved November 16, 2012.
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