Damion Scott

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Damion Scott
Damion Scott press photo.jpg
Born 1976 (age 40–41)
Nationality American
Area(s) Writer, Artist
Pseudonym(s) Dre, Mosh
Notable works
How to Draw Hip-Hop

Damion Scott (born 1976) is a comic book artist and writer, known for his work on books such as Batman, Robin, and Batgirl, Web of Spider-Man, and Duppy. He splits his time between New York and Tokyo, where he founded an art studio that publishes a Japanese comic called Saturday Morning Cartoons or SAM-C.


Scott graduated from The Kubert School in the late 1990s.[1]

His drawing style is influenced by and the Hip hop culture. In 2006 Scott wrote a book, How To Draw Hip-Hop, which was published by Watson-Guptill.

Scott has worked on several DC Comics, including Batman, Robin, and Batgirl. Scott has also worked on Spider-Man, for Marvel Comics. He illustrated issue #10 of the Solo series in 2006.

In 2007, Scott moved to Japan to pursue commercial and fine art, doing magazine illustrations, street art and gallery shows.[1]

Scott drew a Raven miniseries for DC Comics. He currently lives in Japan and is heavily involved in the local art scene, having started an art studio in Tokyo and a Japanese comic titled Saturday Morning Cartoons or SAM-C. He is participating in an Art Showcase in Harajyuku on October 17–18, 2009, entitled "Battle for the Big Toy". In September 2012 He drew two issues of Web of Spider-Man and has a series titled Duppy.[1] At this time he also illustrated "The Brooklyn Avengers," a comic in which Spiderman moves to Brooklyn.[2]

In 2014, Scott took over the art duties for Ghost Rider, beginning with issue 6. In 2015 he assisted with "Daryl Makes Comics," a project by Daryl Mcdaniels, founding member of Run-D.M.C.[3][4]

Personal life[edit]

Scott has lived in Japan since 2007, though as of 2012, he was splitting his time between Tokyo and New York.[1]



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