David G. Williams
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|David G. Williams|
March 28, 1974 |
Armidale, New South Wales
|Area(s)||Penciller, Artist, Inker, Colourist|
|"The Legend of Spacelord Mo Fo"|
Williams began his professional art career in 1994, when he together with Glenn Lumsden, David de Vries, David Heinrich and Rod Tokley established Barossa Studios, a co-operative of comic book artists, doing artwork for magazines like Picture, People, Ralph, The Australian Financial Review and The Bulletin.
Williams has worked for Marvel Comics and DC Comics on world renowned titles such as Wolverine, Catwoman, Batman: Shadow of the Bat, R.E.B.E.L.S. with Michal Dutkiewicz and The Phantom with Lumsden and de Vries.
By 1997 the Barossa Studios cooperative had dissolved and Williams went onto collaborate with writer and musician, Baron Misuraca (Sheer Terror), on the gothic rock horror comic, In Flesh and Spirit and on The Wolf’s Empire, in collaboration with Claudia Christian (Babylon 5).
Williams is currently a concept artist and illustrator for the film and television production company, Angel Phoenix Media and works as a graphic designer and illustrator for the music education publisher, LearnToPlayMusic.com. He is one half of the creative team behind the pioneering and acclaimed, The Legend of Spacelord Mo Fo, a serialized, full-colour digital comic, written by Pat McNamara (Angelwitch, Book 1: Dragonscarpe, Angelwitch, Book 2: Triumvirate) and illustrated by Williams. Aussie comic creators The Legend of Spacelord Mo Fo was created specifically for the digital storytelling medium and is presented panel by panel in a cinematic widescreen format called, Cinegraphic.
- Decay #11 (2011) - Dark Oz Productions
- The Legend of Spacelord Mo Fo (2011) - Ironclad Imagineers
- In Flesh and Spirit (2009) - Overtone Comics
- People Magazine - ACP Publishing
- Wolverine: Doombringer (1997) with Michal Dutkiewicz - Marvel Comics
- Catwoman Annual - Legends of the Dead Earth #3 (1996) with Michal Dutkiewicz - DC Comics
- R.E.B.E.L.S. #12 (1995) with Michal Dutkiewicz - DC Comics
- Earth #2 (1994) - Issue One Comics
- Shadow of the Bat #45 (1992) with Michal Dutkiewicz - DC Comics
- The Phantom: Ghost Who Walks #2, #3 (1995) with Glenn Lumsden - Marvel Comics
- Ninjak (1995) with Glenn Lumsden - Valiant Comics
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- Christian, Claudia; Buchanan, Morgan Grant (2015). Babylon Confidential: A Memoir of Love, Sex, and Addiction. Benbella Books. ISBN 9781939529992.
- "Review: The Legend of SpaceLord Mo Fo". Sub-Cultured. Retrieved 9 May 2014.
- "Angelwitch, Book One: Dragonscarpe". Amazon. Retrieved 8 April 2014.
- "Angelwitch, Book Two: Triumvirate Part One". Amazon. Retrieved 8 April 2014.
- "The New Digital Landscape has opened up the entire World to Comics". Pipedream Comics. Retrieved 9 May 2014.
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