Kaare Andrews

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Kaare Andrews
Born Kaare Kyle Andrews
Nationality Canadian
Area(s) Cartoonist, Writer, Penciller, Inker
Awards "Outstanding comicbook artist" Joe Shuster Awards (2005)[1]

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Kaare Andrews is a Canadian comic book writer and artist and filmmaker known for his cover work on Incredible Hulk and many other comic books published by Marvel Comics. He was the first recipient of The Shuster Award for Outstanding Artist in 2005 for his work on Spider-Man: Doctor Octopus.


Andrews' early work includes short stories published in anthology books.[2] Andrews was part of the Writer's Bloc club that originated on Wizard Magazine's Wizard World website.

He has worked on Incredible Hulk, Ultimate X-Men, Gen¹³, The Amazing Spider-Man and The Matrix Comics.

Andrews wrote and drew a four-issue mini-series for Marvel known as Spider-Man: Reign set 35 years in the future starring a retired Spider-Man.[3]

He has also done work on album design, such as the Beta Band's third studio album Heroes to Zeros and Tegan and Sara's 2002 album, If It Was You, as well as directing their music video "Living Room". Andrews has also directed multiple award winning short films and PSAs.[4]

In October 2010 Andrews released his debut feature film Altitude starring Jessica Lowndes (90210) and Julianna Guill,[5] a thriller about five friends on a small aircraft lost in a supernatural storm.[6]

Andrews next directed the segment "V" for the anthology film, "The ABCs Of Death", released in 2013. His next film, "Cabin Fever: Patient Zero", is due to be released in 2014 and stars Sean Astin.

His follow up feature film, an action movie named The Hunted, will be produced by Gale Anne Hurd (Terminator, Aliens, Armageddon) for Valhalla Pictures.[7]



Interior comics work includes:



Films he has directed include:



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