Capullo at the 2011 New York Comic Con.
Apart from comics, Capullo has been involved in several projects such as pencilling for the Korn album Follow the Leader and the Disturbed album, Ten Thousand Fists, and being part of the crew who worked on the animated sequences in the 2002 film The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys.
Early life 
Greg Capullo began drawing at an early age, and remembers that he drew his first drawing of Batman at age four, as that was his favorite DC Comics character. His preference for Batman persistence into his adulthood, with his favorite DC graphic novel being Frank Miller's The Dark Knight Returns. He decided he wanted to be a professional artist at age eight, having been influenced by creators such as John Buscema, Neal Adams, Gene Colan and Gil Kane. He also was influenced by artists outside of comics, such as painter Frank Frazetta, animator Chuck Jones, and Mad magazine caricaturist Mort Drucker.
Capullo's first comic work was a publication called Gore Shriek, which was picked up and published by a comic book store in Albany, New York, called Fantaco Enterprises. Gore Shriek was a horror comic book specifically labeled Not Intended for Children because of the violent and graphic nature of it. Due to the success of the small comic series, when it had ended, Capullo began work for Marvel Comics where he worked on Quasar, X-Force, and What If?. He worked with Marvel Comics for three years on various works, before moving on to other publications and projects with different companies.
Briefly after Capullo had started work with Marvel, he had begun smaller independent projects away from the company. He had started involvement with separate labels and anyone who would hire him for miscellaneous odd-jobs that needed completion.
Todd McFarlane, who had left Marvel Comics to co-found Image Comics, noticed Capullo’s work on X-Force, and convinced him become the penciller on McFarlane’s comic, Spawn. Capullo's first issue of the book was #16, then took over as pencil artist with issue #26. Capullo has since done the over art and pencils for many Image publications, including various Spawn tie-ins and variants, and Capullo’s own miniseries, The Creech. Capullo helped McFarlane in creating the artwork now seen on the two Halo 3-themed controllers.
Capullo provides layouts for Image's Haunt, which debuted in October 2009. The pencils for the layouts were done by Ryan Ottley up until issue 6, when Greg Capullo then took over pencilling for the series and has become the regular penciller, inks are all done by Todd McFarlane.
The Art of Greg Capullo is a hardcover book published by Image Comics that showcases Capullo’s artwork, ranging from widely recognized cover art to unknown never released pencils, early submissions samples and personal sketches.
- "5.2 Questions with...Greg Capullo!" Swamp Thing (vol. 5) #18 (May 18, 2013), DC Comics. p. 32.
- Wigler, Josh (July 25, 2009). "CCI Exclusive: Kirkman and McFarlane on Haunt". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved August 9, 2009.
- Johnston, Rich (June 9, 2011). "Joe Casey And Nathan Fox To Take Over Haunt". Bleeding Cool.
- Phegley, Kiel (June 27, 2011). "THE BAT SIGNAL: Snyder Relaunches 'Batman'". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved July 7, 2011.
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