Shannon Denton

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Shannon Denton
Born Shannon Eric Denton
Area(s) Artist

Shannon Eric Denton is a veteran storyteller and artist with credits at Cartoon Network, Warner Bros., Jerry Bruckheimer Films, NBC, Disney, Sony, ToyBiz, Marvel Entertainment, Fox Kids, Paramount, CBS, Dimension Films, DC Comics and Nickelodeon.


Denton was a storyboard artist on the Oscar-nominated feature Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius and directed the original commercial animations for the movie. He has written for Cartoon Network and worked in live action on shows like Las Vegas, and his projects have been featured in Entertainment Weekly and Publishers Weekly.

From 1995-1999 Shannon contributed to the design and development of almost every animated action adventure show produced by the Fox Kids Network, including X-Men, Spider-Man and the Annie nominated Silver Surfer series, as well as doing comic work for Marvel, DC, Dark Horse and Image. He is featured in a section of the book Toon Art: The Graphic Art of Digital Cartooning and contributed to the cover art.

In 2000 he founded Komikwerks, an independent comic publishing entity with parter Patrick Coyle, which has partnered with AOL and comics legend Stan Lee. Komikwerks has also launched a new line of illustrated children's action books under the Actionopolis imprint.

Shannon is currently writing and producing on the animated series World of Quset for Warner Bros. as well as working for publishers Tokyopop, Arcana, Desperado Publishing, AiT/Planet Lar, and Image Comics on his creator-owned titles.

Published works in comics include Zapt!, 10, Gutwrencher, The Revenant, Grunts, and Common Foe with Keith Giffen. Graveslinger was co-created with Jeff Mariotte.[1]

In February 2008 Denton became an editor at Wildstorm, editing Chuck, X-Files, and Prototype.

Denton is a producer on the World of Quest TV show, which began airing Kids WB on The CW on March 15, 2008.



Comics work includes:



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