J. T. Krul
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|J. T. Krul|
|Born||Jeffrey T. Krul
November 14, 1972
Krul moved to Los Angeles, California in 1996, where he landed the job of production assistant on the TV show Seinfeld.  He was promoted to the position of the show's production coordinator in its last season.
J.T. Krul's first comic book work was at Marvel Comics, writing X-Men Unlimited and later, Spider-Man Unlimited. He subsequently went to work for Michael Turner's company, Aspen MLT, writing their flagship titles Fathom and Soulfire. He then launched a creator-owned comic book there called Mindfield, which debuted in 2010.
In 2008 Krul wrote Past Experience, a Heroes comic book story starring characters from the NBC TV series of the same name. That same year, he wrote the third book in the Joker's Asylum series of one-shots, which featured Poison Ivy.
Other books he has written for DC Comics include several issues of Teen Titans and Titans, including Blackest Night: Titans, the tie in to DC's 2009-10 "Blackest Night" crossover event. In 2009 Krul wrote Justice League: The Rise and Fall, and Justice League: The Rise of Arsenal and later took over the Green Arrow series with issue #31 (May 2010), with a storyline titled "The Fall of Green Arrow". After four issues a new volume of Green Arrow was launched with a new #1 with Krul writing. He returned to Teen Titans as the main writer.
As part of DC Comics' The New 52 relaunch in 2011, Krul wrote Green Arrow and Captain Atom. He left Green Arrow after issue #3 due to time pressures but continued to write Captain Atom.
Comics work includes:
- X-Men Unlimited #1 (Marvel, April 2004)
- Spider-Man Unlimited #2 (Marvel, May 2004)
- Fathom: Cannon Hawke #0-4
- Fathom Beginnings #1
- Fathom Prelude #1 (June 2005)
- Soulfire #3-7 (February–October, 2005)
- Aspen Seasons: Spring 2005 #1
- Fathom (vol. 2) #0-8 (July 2005 – April 2006)
- Soulfire: Dying Of The Light #0-5 (August 2005 – February 2006)
- Fathom: Cannon Hawke: Prelude #1 (November 2005)
- Aspen Seasons: Fall 2005 #1 (December 2005)
- Red Sonja #7 (March 2006)
- Soulfire: Chaos Reign #0-3 (July 2006 – January 2007)
- JSA: Classified #23-24 (April–May 2007)
- Highlander: Way of the Sword (4-issue mini-series, December 2007 – April 2008)
- The Joker's Asylum: "Poison Ivy" (with Guillem March, one-shot, DC Comics, December 2008)
- Titans (vol. 2) #15, #19 (DC, September 2009)
- Blackest Night: Titans (3-issue mini-series, DC, August 2009 – October 2009)
- Teen Titans (vol. 3) #77-78, 88-100
- Green Arrow (vol. 4) #30, 31, 1-12,
- Green Arrow vol. 5 #1-3
- Captain Atom (vol. 4) #1-12, 0
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- Krul, J. T. (2012). "J. T. Krul". Wizard World. Retrieved August 27, 2013.
- J. T. Krul at the Grand Comics Database
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- Arrant, Chris (June 18, 2008). "J. T. Krul on Joker's Asylum: Poison Ivy". Newsarama.
- Renaud, Jeffrey (June 25, 2008). "The Joker’s Asylum, Part III: Poison Ivy". Comic Book Resources. Archived from the original on June 26, 2013.
- George, Richard (May 15, 2009). "Blackest Night's Future: August 2009". IGN.
- Segura, Alex (December 11, 2009). "DCU In 2010: The Rise of Arsenal and the Fall of Green Arrow". DC Comics. Retrieved July 11, 2011.
- Segura, Alex (March 18, 2010). "After the Fall, Green Arrow rises again". DC Comics. Archived from the original on September 22, 2012. Retrieved July 11, 2011.
- Rogers, Vaneta (June 1, 2010). "Writer J. T. Krul To Take Over Teen Titans in Late 2010". Newsarama. Retrieved June 2, 2010.
- Guerrero, Tony (August 15, 2011). "J.T. Krul Talks About the Future of Green Arrow in the 'New 52'". Comic Vine.
- Rogers, Vaneta (June 14, 2011). "Billionaire World-Traveling Green Arrow Returns for DCnU". Newsarama.
- Rogers, Vaneta (June 16, 2011). "Krul to Bring 'Intense, Sci-fi Feel' to DCnU Captain Atom". Newsarama.
- Chou, Richard (September 19, 2011). "Comics: J. T. Krul Leaves Green Arrow, Continues Captain Atom". Critiques4geeks.com. Archived from the original on November 27, 2012.
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