Shane White

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Shane White
White at the New York Comic Con in Manhattan, October 9, 2010.
Born (1970-08-24) August 24, 1970 (age 44)
Alexandria, Louisiana
Nationality American
Area(s) Comic book creator
Notable works
North Country

Shane White (born 1970) is an American illustrator, comic book writer/artist and author from Massena, New York.



Shane White's earliest comic work appeared in small-press comics in the mid-80s. His first professional penciling gig was for Silverwolf Comics' (Greater Mercury Comics) Eradicators in 1990. Several years later he did work for DC/Paradox's Big Book of Urban Legends. In 1998 Caliber Comics hired him along with Martin Powell to adapt Whitley Strieber's Communion book, of which two of the four issues were ultimately finished. More recently, his first graphic novel North Country, a 96-page full-color memoir published by NBM Publishing, reveals the hard-scrabble life of living in a blue-collar mill town in upstate New York.

Concept and storyboard art[edit]

Among White's work as a concept artist and storyboard artist for the video game and film industries:


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