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Ultimate Fantastic Four
Greg Land first got a job with an independent publisher as the artist for StormQuest after advertising himself at a Mid-Ohio Con comic convention. After that, he went over to DC Comics in 1999 and was hired to finish the covers for Birds of Prey based on the sketches of Brian Stelfreeze. He also had runs as interior penciler on both Birds of Prey and Nightwing.
Greg Land was able to move on to Marvel Comics, along with his inker and colorist from Sojourn, after the fall of CrossGen. Originally at Marvel, Land did covers to various series. This led to a collaboration with Greg Pak as the main artist of X-Men: Phoenix - Endsong. Next, Land became the penciler for Ultimate Fantastic Four. He did the artwork for a crossover between Marvel's Supremeverse and the Ultimate Universe, entitled Ultimate Power, which was written by Brian Michael Bendis, J. Michael Straczynski and Jeph Loeb. He then did the covers for Marvel Zombies 3 which were all homages to posters of famous Zombie movies.
Critical reception and controversies 
Commenting on Land's work on Uncanny X-Men #510, Brian Cronin of Comic Book Resources remarked that the issue "possibly has the most harmful art to a story that I’ve seen in a comic," saying that Land's limited supply of poses and use of the same models for multiple characters "results in terrible art and particularly terrible storytelling."
Although the use of photographs as models is long established in comic book art, Land has been accused of going beyond the accepted bounds of photo use, lifting photos into his pages outright and using minimal Photoshopping to alter the picture and make the work appear to be an original drawing.
- Action Comics #743 (1998)
- Birds of Prey #1–6, 8–10 (full pencils); #13 (along with Patrick Zircher) (1999–2000)
- Justice League of America, vol. 3, #15 (along with Howard Porter) (1998)
- New Titans Annual #11 (1995)
- Nightwing #41–43, 45–46, 48–50, 52, 54–56, Annual #1 (2000–2001)
- Nightwing/Huntress, miniseries, #1–4 (1998)
- Supergirl, vol. 3, #11-12, Annual 2 (1997)
- Avenging Spider-Man #4 (2012)
- Free Comic Book Day X-Men: Pixies and Demons (2008)
- Iron Man, vol. 7, #1- (2013-)
- Ultimate Fantastic Four #21–32 (2005–2006)
- Ultimate Power, miniseries, #1–9 (2006–2008)
- Uncanny X-Men #500–503, 508–511, 515–517, 520–521, 530–531, 540-542 (2008–2011)
- Uncanny X-Men, vol. 2, #6-8, 11-12 (2012)
- X-Men: Phoenix - Endsong, miniseries, #1–5 (2005)
- X-Men Unlimited #13 (1996)
- X-Men: Legacy #235–237 (2010)
Other publishers 
- StormQuest #1 (1994) (Caliber Press)
- Sojourn #1–33 (2001–2004) (CrossGen)
- Cronin, Brian. "Possibly the Most Harmful Art I've Seen in a Comic" Comic Book Resources July 2009
- "Reinventing the pencil: 21 artists who changed mainstream comics (for better or worse)". The A.V. Club. July 20, 2009. Retrieved 2009-07-20.
- "The Many Faces Of Greg Land’s Ben Grimm". Bleeding Cool. June 3, 2012. Retrieved 2012-06-03.
- Greg Land Art Gallery
- 4thletter article with instances of tracing in Greg Land's work
- LAAAND! tumblr