|Born||March 29, 1977
|Area(s)||Writer, Penciller, Inker|
Kevin first created the minicomic Supermonster (1993–2001) while he was still in high school. This is where the character of Glenn Ganges first appeared. More recently, Huizenga has received acclaim for his ongoing Or Else comic and a collection of works, Curses. These were included on Time Magazine's list of the Top Ten comics of 2005  and 2006, respectively.
Since February 2008, Kevin Huizenga has published a comic strip called Amazing Facts and Beyond with Leon Beyond in the St Louis Riverfront Times with cartoonists Dan Zettwoch and Ted May. New strips appear three times a month.
- Amazing Facts and Beyond with Leon Beyond with Dan Zettwoch, Uncivilized Books (2013)
- Gloriana, Drawn and Quarterly (2012)
- Alla Prima (2012)
- Wild Kingdom, Drawn and Quarterly (2010)
- Curses, Drawn and Quarterly (2006)
- Ganges #1-4, Fantagraphics (2006 - 2011)
- Or Else #1-5, Drawn and Quarterly (2004 - 2008)
- Fight or Run: Shadow of the Chopper, Buenaventura Press (2008)
- New Construction #1-2
- Sermons #1-2
- The Feathered Ogre: Designs and Sketches
- Super Monster #1-14
Anthologies with his stories
- Kramers Ergot 8, PictureBox
- Kramers Ergot 7, Buenaventura Press
- Kramers Ergot 5, Buenaventura Press
- Showcase #1, Drawn and Quarterly
- Orchid, Sparkplug Comics
- Bogus Dead
- Impossible (Magazines #1 & #3)
- The Best American Comics 2007, Houghton Mifflin
- The Best American Comics 2009, Houghton Mifflin
- 2010 Ignatz Award for Outstanding Series for Ganges
- 2007 Ignatz Award for Outstanding Anthology or Collection for Curses
- 2006 Ignatz Award for Outstanding Story for Ganges #1
- 2005 Ignatz Award for Outstanding Comic for Or Else #1
- 2004 Ignatz Award for Outstanding Story for “Glenn Ganges”, Drawn and Quarterly Showcase Volume 1
- "Happy 32nd Birthday, Kevin Huizenga!". The Comics Reporter. 2009-03-29. Retrieved 2009-04-06.
- Arnold, Andrew (2005-12-17). "Time.comix Best of 2005: Comix". Time Magazine. Retrieved 2007-03-28.
- "Time.comix The Best Comics of 2006". Time Magazine. 2006-12-28. Retrieved 2007-03-28.
- "New Catastrophe Comic Strip & Blog". 2008-02-18. Retrieved 2008-07-15.
- James Bradburne (12 April 2012). "Alla Prima". The Florentine.
- Kevin Huizenga's Catastrophe Site
- The Balloonist - Kevin Huizenga's Blog
- Kevin Huizenga's Drawn and Quarterly Artist Page
- Amazing Facts and Beyond with Leon Beyond
- Nicolas Verstappen (2005). "Kevin Huizenga". du9.
- Read This, Or Else: Interview//Time Traveling with Kevin Huizenga - Comic Foundry June 1, 2006
- A Short Interview with Kevin Huizenga - The Comics Reporter March 30, 2004
- "Alumni Profile - Kevin Huizenga '99". The Spark Online. Spring 2008.
- Brian Heater (16 December 2008). "Interview: Kevin Huizenga Pt. 1". The Daily Cross Hatch.
- Brian Heater (28 December 2008). "Interview: Kevin Huizenga Pt. 2". The Daily Cross Hatch.
- Gary Groth (7 December 2009). "TCJ 300 Conversations: Art Spiegelman & Kevin Huizenga". The Comics Journal.
- "Space Available: an Interview with Kevin Huizenga". Avoid the Future. 25 October 2010.
- Chris Mautner (3 November 2011). "Kevin Huizenga Returns to "Ganges"". Comic Book Resources.
- Jason Sacks (11 November 2011). "Kevin Huizenga: I'm Trying to Draw Something I Haven't Seen Before". Comics Bulletin.
- Tim O'Shea (16 April 2012). "Talking Comics with Tim - Kevin Huizenga". Comic Book Resources.
- Noel Murray (10 July 2012). "Kevin Huizenga on the relationship between his comics and Woody Allen". The A.V. Club.
- Casey Burchby (10 July 2012). "Kevin Huizenga's 'Gloriana': Glenn Ganges, Euphoria and the Uncertainty of Life". Publishers Weekly.
- Douglas Wolk (8 November 2006). ""Curses"". Salon.
- Review of Ganges #1, #2, #3, #4, Comics Bulletin
- Nicole Rudick (30 July 2012). "Gloriana". The Comics Journal.
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