|Born||Marcos Martín Milanés
Marcos Martín is a critically acclaimed, Eisner Award-winning Spanish comic book artist who has worked in American comics. His notable works include Batgirl: Year One, Doctor Strange: The Oath, Breach, The Amazing Spider-Man, and Daredevil. He has also produced numerous covers for Marvel Comics and DC Comics.
In 2013, he founded Panel Syndicate an online publisher of DRM-Free pay what you want webcomics in multiple languages, to publish his and Brian K. Vaughan's creator-owned comic The Private Eye. The Private Eye has received critical acclaim and media attention for Martin's art and for its role as one of the first DRM-Free, pay what you want comics by creators of Martin and Vaughan's caliber. As of July 2013 three issues have been published in English, Spanish, Catalan, Portuguese, and French, with additional languages in development.
Interior comic work includes:
- The Batman Chronicles #12: "The Contract" (with Devin Kallie Grayson, DC Comics, 1998)
- JSA #6: "Justice, Like Lightning..." (with David S. Goyer and Geoff Johns, DC Comics, 2000)
- Robin #81: "The Obtuse Conundrum" (with Chuck Dixon, DC Comics, 2000)
- Robin: Year One #4 (with Scott Beatty, Chuck Dixon and Javier Pulido, DC Comics, 2001)
- Joker: Last Laugh #2: "Siege Mentality" (with Scott Beatty and Chuck Dixon, DC Comics, 2001)
- Birds of Prey #37: "Red, Black and Blue" (with Chuck Dixon, DC Comics, 2002)
- Batgirl: Year One #1-9 (with Scott Beatty and Chuck Dixon, DC Comics, 2003)
- Breach #1-8, 11 (with Bob Harras, DC Comics, 2005–2006)
- I ♥ Marvel: My Mutant Heart: "How Love Works" (with Peter Milligan, one-shot, Marvel, 2006)
- Captain America 65th Anniversary Special: "Secrets of Iron & Fire" (with Ed Brubaker, Mike Perkins and Javier Pulido, Marvel, 2006)
- Doctor Strange: The Oath #1-5 (with Brian K. Vaughan, Marvel, 2006–2007)
- The Amazing Spider-Man (Marvel):
- "Peter Parker, Paparazzi" (with Dan Slott, in #559-561, 2008)
- "Character Assassination Interlude: The Spartacus Gambit" (with Marc Guggenheim, in Extra! #1, 2008)
- "Unscheduled Stop" (with Mark Waid, in #578-579, 2009)
- "Identity Crisis" (with Stan Lee, in #600, 2009)
- "Mysterioso" (with Dan Slott, in #618-620, 2010)
- "Spidey Sundays" (with Stan Lee, in #634-645, co-features, 2010)
- "No One Dies" (with Dan Slott, in #655-657, 2011)
- Captain America Comics 70th Anniversary Special: "What Makes the Man" (with James Robinson, Marvel, 2009)
- The Mystic Hands of Dr. Strange: "Duel in the Dark Dimension" (with Mike Carey, one-shot, Marvel, 2010)
- Daredevil #1, 4-6 (with Mark Waid and Paolo Rivera, Marvel, 2011)
- The Private Eye #1-5 (with Brian K. Vaughan, Panel Syndicate, 2013)
- CORCUERA, ÁLVARO (26 March 2010). "Rivales íntimos". El País (in Spanish). Retrieved 27 September 2011.
- Webster, Andrew. "Brian K. Vaughan and Marcos Martin on digital comics and the medium's 'second Golden Age'". The Verge. Retrieved 14 July 2013.
- Dietsch, TJ. "Brian K Vaughan on "Saga's" Success, Controversy & the Future of Digital Comics". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved 14 July 2013.
- Sava, Oliver. "Brian K. Vaughan’s The Private Eye is a bold move forward for digital comics". The Onion AV Club. Retrieved 14 July 2013.
- Johnson, Mark. "The Private Eye: The First Digital Blockbuster And How That Changes Everything". Bleeding Cool. Retrieved 14 July 2013.
- Panel Syndicate Retrieved 14 July 2013