Jeff Johnson (artist)

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Johnson's cover for Wonder Man #9 (May 1992).

Jeffrey "Jeff" Johnson is an American comic book artist. He is best known for his work with writer Gerard Jones on Marvel Comics' Wonder Man and Malibu Comics' Solitaire and with writer Chuck Dixon on Crossgen's Way of the Rat though he has also pencilled many other titles in his long career in comics, including The Amazing Spider-Man, Green Lantern, and Weapon X.

He was about to begin a collaboration with Ron Marz on The Dragon Prince but he was hired by an animation studio. He has since worked on such cartoons as Boondocks (TV series), Spectacular Spider-Man (TV series), Brave and the Bold (cartoon), Young Justice (TV series) and Transformers: Prime. His book Draw Fight Scenes Like a Pro was published by Watson-Guptill in 2006.

Johnson is married to Megan Crane, the novelist.[1]


  1. ^ "Megan Crane, Jeffrey Johnson", The New York Times, March 16, 2008

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