Jeff Lemire

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Jeff Lemire
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Lemire at the 2012 New York Comic Con.
Born (1976-03-21) March 21, 1976 (age 40)
Essex County, Ontario, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Area(s) Cartoonist, Writer, Penciller
Notable works
Essex County Trilogy
The Nobody
Sweet Tooth
Animal Man
Green Arrow
Awards Xeric Award, 2005
YALSA Alex Award, 2008
Joe Shuster Award, 2008
Doug Wright Award, 2008
Joe Shuster Award, 2013
http://jefflemire.blogspot.com/

Jeff Lemire (born March 21, 1976[1] in Essex County, Ontario, Canada) is a Canadian cartoonist. He is the author of titles including the Essex County Trilogy, Sweet Tooth, The Nobody, and Animal Man. Lemire is known for his moody, humanistic stories and sketchy, cinematic, black-and-white art. As of early 2016, Lemire writes All-New Hawkeye, Extraordinary X-Men, Moon Knight and Old Man Logan for Marvel, Descender and Plutona for Image, and Bloodshot Reborn for Valiant.

Early life[edit]

Lemire was born and raised in a small farming town in Essex County, Ontario, near Lake St. Clair.[2] Lemire attended film school, but decided to pursue comics when he realized that filmmaking did not suit his solitary personality.[2]

Career[edit]

2000s[edit]

Early work[edit]

After self-publishing the Xeric Award-winning comic book Lost Dogs in 2005 via his Ashtray Press imprint, Lemire found a home at Top Shelf Productions.

Lemire serializes a science-fiction strip called Fortress in the quarterly UR Magazine.

In 2006 Lemire's work was included in an international symposium gathering artists, scholars, curators, publishers, librarians, critics, and writers at the Banff Centre. Lemire's work was part of the "Comic Craze" exhibit, which showcased Canadian comics and narrative fiction.[1]

Essex County[edit]

Lemire wrote and illustrated the Eisner and Harvey Award-nominated Essex County Trilogy for Top Shelf in 2008–2009.

2012 saw the publication of a new graphic novel from Top Shelf called The Underwater Welder, which was released to critical acclaim.[3][4][5]

On December 2015, it was announced that First Generation Films had optioned the rights to Essex County to develop the graphic novel as a television series from Canada's CBC.[6] Aaron Martin is set as writer and showrunner, as well as executive producing with Lemire.[7]

The Nobody[edit]

In 2009, DC Comics' Vertigo imprint published Lemire's The Nobody, a two-colour tale of identity, fear and paranoia in a small community.

Sweet Tooth[edit]

Lemire wrote and illustrated the full-colour Vertigo series Sweet Tooth.[8][9]

2010s[edit]

DC Comics[edit]

Lemire signed an exclusivity contract with DC Comics on December 2010.[10][11] He moved over to the DC Universe to write the one-shot Brightest Day: Atom, with Turkish artist Mahmud Asrar, designed to act as a springboard for an Atom story to co-feature in Adventure Comics.[12] He also relaunched the Superboy series featuring the character Conner Kent.[13] During Flashpoint he wrote Frankenstein and the Creatures of the Unknown mini-series,[14] then, as part of The New 52, he wrote the ongoing series Animal Man[15] and Frankenstein, Agent of S.H.A.D.E..[16][17]

Further into the launch of The New 52 Lemire took over the writing duties on Justice League Dark with issue #9, while leaving Frankenstein: Agent of S.H.A.D.E. to newcomer Matt Kindt.[18][19] He continued to write Animal Man into 2012, including teaming up with Swamp Thing writer Scott Snyder for a crossover between the two books called "Rotworld."[20][21] In February 2013, Lemire replaced Ann Nocenti as the writer of Green Arrow. His work on the title, which had not been well-received under previous writers, was widely praised by critics and fans, and lasted until September 2014.

Lemire drew a Rip Hunter story for Time Warp #1 (May 2013) which was written by Damon Lindelof and published by Vertigo.[22][23][24]

In 2014, Lemire joined a team of writers composed of Brian Azzarello, Keith Giffen, and Dan Jurgens to co-write The New 52: Futures End, a new weekly series set five years into the New 52's future.[25] It ran from May 2014 through April 2015.[26]

Lemire wrote Teen Titans: Earth One, and original graphic novel with art by Terry and Rachel Dodson published by DC Comics in November 2014.[27][28] As part of DC's Earth One line, Teen Titans: Earth One takes place in an alternate continuity-free universe that re-imagines DC's characters.[29]

Marvel Comics[edit]

After his exclusivity contract with DC came to an end, Lemire began working with other publishers.[30] At the 2014 New York Comic Con, it was announced that Lemire would be writing All-New Hawkeye, his first Marvel Comics title, with artist Ramón Pérez, which began in March 2015, a follow-up to Matt Fraction's and David Aja's acclaimed run.[31] The series ran for five issues until September 2015 before being relaunched as part of All-New All-Different Marvel.

Bleedingcool reported on April 2015 that Lemire had signed an exclusivity contract with Marvel, which excluded his creator-owned work with Image and Dark Horse Comics, as well as his work with Valiant Entertainment.[32]

In June 2015, Lemire was announced as a writer for three titles in the All-New, All-Different Marvel branding: All-New Hawkeye, with artist Ramón Pérez, Extraordinary X-Men, with artist Humberto Ramos, and Old Man Logan, with artist Andrea Sorrentino.[33] Three months later, it was announced he would pen relaunched Moon Knight title, with artist Greg Smallwood.[34]

Extraordinary X-Men, billed as the flagship X-Men title, features a team led by Storm, deals with the fallout of the Terrigen Mist, and launched on November 2015.[35][36] All-New Hawkeye debuted on November 2015, continuing with the story-line established in Lemire's and Pérez's previous run on the title.[37] Old Man Logan launched on January 2016, and features a future version of Wolverine.[38]

Valiant Entertainment[edit]

In December 2014, Lemire launched The Valiant, a 4-issue limited series, featuring characters from all over the Valiant line, co-written with Matt Kindt with art by Paolo Rivera.[39] His first work for Valiant Comics, the series sets the stage for the Valiant Universe moving forward.[40]

Spinning out of The Valiant, Lemire began writing the ongoing series Bloodshot Reborn alongside artist Mico Suayan, with the first issue being released on April 2015.[41] The series features Bloodshot, a character Lemire approached by distilling the issues he had him and twisting the prototypical action hero into a more emotionally-driven story.[42] The second story arc, starting with issue 6 in September, featured art by Butch Guice.[43] The third arc, debuting with issue 10 in January 2016, began publishing in the Valiant Prestige format, with art by Lewis LaRosa.[44]

Descender[edit]

In March 2015, Lemire launched Descender, a creator-owned sci-fi series with art by Dustin Nguyen, from Image Comics.[45] Announced on San Diego Comic-Con 2014, the ongoing series follows a robot named Tim-21 through his adventures in space, and is envisioned to run between 24 and 40 issues.[46][47] Descender is Lemire's first creator-owned ongoing series not illustrated by himself.[48]

On January 2015, Sony Pictures acquired the movie rights to Descender after a competitive bidding war.[49] Josh Bratman is producing, with Lemire and Nguyen serving as executive producers.[50] Jesse Wigutow, writer of the Tron: Legacy sequel, was announced as the screenwriter adapting Descender in February 2016.[51]

Black Hammer and Plutona[edit]

On July 2014, Dark Horse Comics announced a new creator-owned superhero series written by Lemire with art by Dean Ormston, titled Black Hammer, set to be released on March 2015.[52] However, on April 2015 Lemire stated that the series had been delayed indefinitely due to a cerebral hemorrhage suffered by Ormston.[53] On February 2016 it was announced that the series would be launching on July of that same year.[54][55]

Plutona, a 5-issue limited series from Image co-written with artist Emi Lenox, was released on September 2015 to critical acclaim.[56][57] Announced at Image Expo 2015, the series follows a group of kids who find the body of a dead superhero in the woods, and features colors by Jordie Bellaire.[58] Lemire will be drawing backup stories featuring the last adventures of Plutona.[59]

Roughneck and AD: After Death[edit]

On September 2013, Simon & Schuster acquired world rights to Lemire's newest graphic novel, Roughneck, for publication in 2016.[60] The graphic novel, which Lemire wrote, illustrated, and painted, follows a former hockey player's slide into depression as interrupted by the arrival of his sister, and is scheduled to be published in October 2016.[61][62] Comparing the project to Essex County, a book that found success in the mainstream, literary world, Lemire stated that he chose Simon & Schuster because wanted to find a publisher that would treat Roughneck as a novel instead of a comic, with his goal being finding success outside of the direct market.[62]

AD: After Death, a graphic novel written by Scott Snyder and illustrated by Lemire, was announced at Image Expo 2015 for release on November of that same year.[63]

Awards[edit]

Lemire won a Xeric Award in 2005 for his book Lost Dogs.[64] He was a 2008 recipient of a Young Adult Library Services Association Alex Award for Essex County Volume 1: Tales from the Farm.[65] Lemire received a Joe Shuster Canadian Comic Book Creator Award for Outstanding Cartoonist in 2008,[66] and the Doug Wright Award for Best Emerging Talent in 2008.[67] 2013 saw Lemire win another Joe Shuster Award for Outstanding Cartoonist (recognizing his work on Sweet Tooth and The Underwater Welder).[68]

Lemire has also been nominated for an Ignatz, a Harvey, and two Eisner Awards.[69]

In 2011 Essex County was selected as one of five titles for Canada Reads, with the theme of "The Essential Canadian Novels of the Decade." Its celebrity champion was Sara Quin.[70] Essex County was eliminated in the first round, but later placed #1 in a "People's Choice" poll with more votes than all other books combined.[71]

Personal life[edit]

He currently lives in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He is married and has a son.[72]

Bibliography[edit]

Early work[edit]

Top Shelf Productions[edit]

Vertigo[edit]

DC Comics[edit]

  • Atom:
  • Action Comics vol. 1 #892, "A look at things to come in... Superboy" with Pier Gallo, 2010)
  • Superboy vol. 5 (November 2010–July 2011)
    • Superboy: Smallville Attacks (tpb, 256 pages, 2011, ISBN 1-4012-3251-5) collects:
      • "Smallville Attacks!" (with Pier Gallo, in #1–2, 2010)
      • "The NEW Adventures of Psionic Lad" (with Pier Gallo, in #3–4, 2011)
      • "The Superboy/Kid Flash Race!" (with Pier Gallo, in #5, 2011)
      • "Reign of Doomsday, Part Five: No Fear" (with Marco Rudy, in #6, 2011)
      • "End Days" (with Marco Rudy, in #7, 2011)
      • "Rise of the Hollow Men" (with Pier Gallo, Pete Woods, Carlos Urbano and Paulo Siqueira, in #8–11, 2011)
  • Flashpoint: Frankenstein and the Creatures of the Unknown #1–3 (w, with Ibraim Roberson, 2011) collected in Flashpoint: The World of Flashpoint Featuring Green Lantern (tpb, 232 pages, 2012, ISBN 1-4012-3406-2)
  • Animal Man vol. 2 (w, September 2011–March 2014)
    • Volume 1: The Hunt (tpb, 144 pages, 2012, ISBN 1-4012-3507-7) collects:
    • Volume 2: Animal vs. Man (tpb, 160 pages, 2012, ISBN 1-4012-3800-9) collects:
    • Volume 3: Rotworld: The Red Kingdom (tpb, 232 pages, 2013, ISBN 1-4012-4262-6) collects:
      • "Rotworld: Prologue" (with Steve Pugh, Scott Snyder and Marco Rudy in #12 and Swamp Thing vol. 5 #12, 2012)
      • "Rotworld: The Red Kingdom" (with Steve Pugh and Timothy Green II, in #13–16, 2012–2013)
      • "War of the Rot" (with Steve Pugh and Timothy Green II, Scott Snyder and Andrew Belange, in #17 and Swamp Thing vol. 5 #17, 2013)
      • "Lay Down Them Bones" (written by Scott Snyder and drawn by Yanick Paquette, in Swamp Thing vol. 5 #18, 2013)
    • Volume 4: Splinter Species (tpb, 144 pages, 2014, ISBN 1-4012-4644-3) collects:
      • "Rotworld: The Red Kingdom, Epilogue" (with Steve Pugh, in #18, 2013)
      • "The Funeral" (with Steve Pugh, in #19, 2013)
      • "Tights, Part Two" (with John Paul Leon and Timothy Green II, in #20, 2013)
      • "Splinter Species" (with Steve Pugh and Francis Portela, in #21–23, 2013)
      • "One Last Flight" (with Travel Foreman, in Annual #2, 2013)
    • Volume 5: Evolve or Die! (tpb, 144 pages, 2014, ISBN 1-4012-4994-9) collects:
      • "Hollywood Babylon" (with Rafael Albuquerque, in #24–25, 2013–2014)
      • "Godseed" (with Cully Hamner, in #26, 2014)
      • "Evolve or Die!" (with Rafael Alburquerque, in #27–28, 2014)
      • "... Goodnight, Animal Man" (with Travel Foreman, in #29, 2014)
  • Frankenstein, Agent of S.H.A.D.E. (w, with Alberto Ponticelli, 2011–2012) collected as:
  • Legends of the Dark Knight #1: "The Butler Did It" (a, with Damon Lindelof, 2012)
  • Men of War #8 (w, with Matt Kindt and Thomas Derenick, 2012) collected in Men of War: Uneasy Company (tpb, 256 pages, 2012, ISBN 1-4012-3499-2)
  • Justice League Dark (w, May 2012–August 2013)
    • Volume 2: The Books of Magic (tpb, 224 pages, 2013, ISBN 1-4012-4024-0) collects:
    • Volume 3: The Death of Magic (tpb, 192 pages, 2014, ISBN 1-4012-4245-6) collects:
      • "Enter the House of Mystery" (with Graham Nolan, in #12, 2013)
      • "The Death of Magic" (with Ray Fawkes and Mikel Janín, in #13–18, 2013)
      • "Horror City" (with Ray Fawkes and Mikel Janín, in #19–21, 2013)
    • Justice League: Trinity War (tpb, 320 pages, 2014, ISBN 1-4012-4519-6) collects:
      • "Trinity War" (with Mikel Janín, in #22–23, 2013)
  • National Comics: Eternity (w, with Cully Hamner, one-shot, 2012)
  • Green Arrow vol. 5 (w, February 2013–August 2014)
    • Volume 4: The Kill Machine (tpb, 208 pages, 2014, ISBN 1-4012-4690-7) collects:
      • "The Kill Machine" (with Andrea Sorrentino, in #17–21, 2013)
      • "The Shados" (with Andrea Sorrentino, in #22–23, 2013)
      • "Momma's Boy" (with Andrea Sorrentino, in #23.1: Count Vertigo, 2013)
      • "Dissonance" (with Andrea Sorrentino, in #24, 2013)
    • Volume 5: The Outsiders War (tpb, 176 pages, 2014, ISBN 1-4012-5044-0) collects:
      • "The Prodigal" (with Andrea Sorrentino, in #25, 2014)
      • "The Outsiders War, Book 1: Return to the Island" (with Andrea Sorrentino, in #26, 2014)
      • "The Outsiders War, Book 2: Secret Origin" (with Andrea Sorrentino, in #27, 2014)
      • "The Outsiders War, Book 3: The Final Lesson" (with Andrea Sorrentino, in #28, 2014)
      • "The Outsiders War, Book 4: The Prague Offensive" (with Andrea Sorrentino, in #29, 2014)
      • "The Outsiders War, Book 5: Family" (with Andrea Sorrentino, in #30, 2014)
      • "The Outsiders War, Book 6: Spoils of War" (with Andrea Sorrentino, in #31, 2014)
    • Volume 6: Broken (tpb, 128 pages, 2015, ISBN 1-4012-5474-8) collects:
      • "Broken" (with Andre Sorrentino, in #32–34, 2014)
      • "Futurs End" (with Andre Sorrentino, in Green Arrow: Futures End #1, 2014)
      • "Green Arrow" (with Denys Cowan, in Secret Origins vol. 3 #4, 2014)
  • Constantine (w, March 2013–June 2013)
    • Volume 1: The Spark and the Flame (tpb, 144 pages, 2014, ISBN 1-4012-4323-1) collects:
      • "The Spark and the Flame" (with Ray Fawkes and Renato Guedes, in #1–3, 2013)
      • "All My Friends" (with Ray Fawkes and Fabiano Neves, in #4, 2013)
      • "Stealing Thunder" (written by Ray Fawkes and drawn by Renato Guedes, in #5, 2013)
      • "Metamorphosis in Extremis" (written by Ray Fawkes and drawn by Renato Guedes, in #6, 2013)
  • Batman Black and White #2, "Winter's End" (with Alex Niño, October, 2013) collected in Volume 4 (hc, 288 pages, 2014, ISBN 1-4012-4643-5)
  • Justice League United (April 2014–March 2015) (w):
    • Volume 1: Justice League Canada (hc, 192 pages, 2015, ISBN 1-4012-5235-4) collects:
      • "Justice League Canada" (with Mike McKone, in #0–4, 2014)
      • "The Midayo and the Whitago" (with Timothy Green II, in #5, 2014)
    • Volume 2: The Infinitus Saga (hc, 232 pages, 2015, ISBN 1-4012-5766-6) collects:
      • "HomeWorld" (with Jed Dougherty, in Justice League United: The Futures End #1–Justice League: Futures End #1, 2014)
      • "The Infinitus Saga" (with Neil Edwards, in Annual #1, #6–10, 2014–2015)
  • The New 52: Futures End (w, April 2014–April 2015)
    • Volume 1 (tpb, 416 pages, 2014, ISBN 1-4012-5244-3) collects:
      • "Futures End - Chapter 0–17" (with among other artists, in #0–17, 2014)
    • Volume 2 (tpb, 304 pages, 2015, ISBN 1-4012-5602-3) collects:
      • "Futures End - Chapter 18–30" (with among other artists, in #18–30, 2014)
    • Volume 3 (tpb, 408 pages, 2015, ISBN 1-4012-5878-6) collects:
      • "Futures End - Chapter 31–48" (with among other artists, in #31–48, 2014–2015)
  • Batman/Superman #10, "Enter the Microverse" (w, with Karl Kerschl and Scott Hepburn, May, 2014) collected in Second Chance (hc, 160 pages, 2015, ISBN 1-4012-5424-1)
  • Teen Titans: Earth One (w, with Terry Dodson, graphic novel, hc, 144 pages, November, 2014, ISBN 1-4012-4556-0)

Marvel Comics[edit]

Image Comics[edit]

Other US publishers[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Lemire profile on the Top Shelf website.
  2. ^ a b Brophy-Warren, Jamin (August 27, 2009). "Tales of the Country: Jeff Lemire shrugs off comics' urban obsession". Wall Street Journal. 
  3. ^ http://www.topshelfcomix.com/catalog/the-underwater-welder/731
  4. ^ http://www.ign.com/articles/2012/07/25/the-underwater-welder-review
  5. ^ http://theouthousers.com/index.php/reviews/comics-reviews/20284-advance-review-the-underwater-welder.html
  6. ^ "Jeff Lemire's Essex County being adapted for CBC Television". www.cbc.ca. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  7. ^ "Jeff Lemire's 'Essex County' Comic Headed to Television". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  8. ^ Geddes, John (November 19, 2009). "'Sweet Tooth' like Mad Max with antlers". USA Today. 
  9. ^ Renaud, Jeffrey (February 5, 2010). "Out of the Woods with "Sweet Tooth"". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved February 5, 2010. 
  10. ^ "Jeff Lemire Goes DC Exclusive". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  11. ^ "DC Signs Jeff Lemire to Exclusive Contract – Multiversity Comics". www.multiversitycomics.com. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  12. ^ Renaud, Jeffrey (April 13, 2010). "Lemire Embiggens Ray Palmer". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved April 13, 2010. 
  13. ^ Rogers, Vaneta (May 14, 2010). "LEMIRE on SUPERBOY: "The Best of Two Worlds"". Newsarama. Retrieved May 14, 2010. 
  14. ^ Renaud, Jeffrey (May 27, 2011). "FLASHPOINT FACTS: Lemire Bolts Frankenstein into "Flashpoint"". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved September 1, 2011. 
  15. ^ Rogers, Vaneta (June 8, 2011). "Lemire Aims for Less Meta, More Family in DCnU ANIMAL MAN". Newsarama. Retrieved September 1, 2011. 
  16. ^ Renaud, Jeffrey (June 8, 2011). "Lemire Discovers the Dark Sides of "Animal Man" & "Frankenstein"". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved September 1, 2011. 
  17. ^ Truitt, Brian (September 12, 2011). "It's alive! Frankenstein electrifies DC Comics' 'New 52'". USA Today. Retrieved September 22, 2011. 
  18. ^ http://www.dccomics.com/blog/2012/01/31/jeff-lemire-takes-on-justice-league-dark
  19. ^ http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=36711
  20. ^ http://www.dccomics.com/tags/rotworld
  21. ^ http://jefflemire.blogspot.com/2012/05/rotworld-begins-in-july.html
  22. ^ "Vertigo Showcases Time Warp Anthology Art". Comic Book Resources. February 22, 2013. Archived from the original on July 13, 2013. Retrieved July 13, 2013. 
  23. ^ "Lindelof, Lemire do the Time Warp with Rip Hunter". USA Today. March 25, 2013. Archived from the original on July 13, 2013. Retrieved July 13, 2013. 
  24. ^ Khouri, Andy (April 2, 2013). "Vertigo's Time Warp Anthology Returns Rip Hunter and Trolls with Super-Science". ComicsAlliance. Archived from the original on July 13, 2013. Retrieved July 13, 2013. 
  25. ^ Moore, Matt (December 11, 2013). "DC Readies Weekly Weekly Series, Futures End for Spring". Associated Press. Archived from the original on April 7, 2014. Retrieved December 11, 2013. 
  26. ^ "New villain, old tales part of DC's 'Convergence'". USA TODAY. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  27. ^ "COMIC BOOK RESOURCES announces TEEN TITANS: EARTH ONE!". DC Comics. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  28. ^ "DC COMICS Announces TEEN TITANS: EARTH ONE for 2014, Three More EARTH ONE OGNs in Works". Newsarama.com. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  29. ^ "EXCLUSIVE: Adult Superheroes Don't Exist in Lemire's "Teen Titans: Earth One" OGN". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  30. ^ ThanosCopter. "Jeff Lemire Opts Out of DC Exclusive Contract, Takes New Superhero Book "The Black Hammer" to Dark Horse". The Outhouse - The Greatest Comic Book Website - Comics News, Reviews, Commentary and Satire. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  31. ^ "NYCC EXCLUSIVE: Lemire & Perez Take Aim on "Hawkeye"". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  32. ^ "Yes, Folks, Jeff Lemire Has Exclusively Signed With Marvel, But...". Bleeding Cool Comic Book, Movie, TV News. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  33. ^ Whitbrook, James. "Marvel Just Revealed Its Entire "All-New, All-Different" Comic Universe". io9. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  34. ^ "EXCLUSIVE: Lemire, Smallwood, & Bellaire Usher Moon Knight Into The All-New, All-Different Marvel". Comicbook.com. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  35. ^ "The X-Men Become Extraordinary to Survive | News | Marvel.com". marvel.com. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  36. ^ "EXCLUSIVE: Lemire, Ramos Launch "Extraordinary X-Men" Post-"Secret Wars"". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  37. ^ "Lemire's "All-New Hawkeye" Explores the Avenging Archers' Past, Present & Future". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  38. ^ "Lemire's "Old Man Logan" Explores Marvel's "Most Scarred Character"". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  39. ^ "Jeff Lemire Talks Writing Superheroes, Working With Friends and 'The Valiant'". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  40. ^ "EXCLUSIVE: Lemire Teams with Kindt & Rivera for "The Valiant"". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  41. ^ "EXCLUSIVE: Lemire Reinvents The Action Hero In "Bloodshot Reborn"". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  42. ^ "Marvel and DC's Original Competitor Is Revamping Its Iconic Character, Bloodshot". Complex. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  43. ^ "Preview: Bloodshot Reborn #6 | Comic Book Resources". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  44. ^ "EXCL. PREVIEW: Enter "The Analog Man" in Lemire & LaRosa's "Bloodshot Reborn" #10". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  45. ^ "Jeff Lemire and Dustin Nguyen to launch new Image Comics series 'Descender'". Entertainment Weekly's EW.com. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  46. ^ "Jeff Lemire Interview: Descender, All-New Hawkeye, and More". Den of Geek. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  47. ^ "Exclusive: Jeff Lemire on that Descender cliffhanger, the movie, and Plutona". Blastr. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  48. ^ "'Descender': Jeff Lemire explores the intimate heart of new sci-fi comic". Hero Complex - movies, comics, pop culture - Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  49. ^ "Sony Picks Up Jeff Lemire Comic 'Descender' (Exclusive)". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  50. ^ Khatchatourian, Maane. "Sony to Adapt Sci-Fi Comic 'Descender' from Jeff Lemire and Dustin Nguyen". Variety. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  51. ^ "Sony's 'Descender' Adaptation Finds Its Writer (Exclusive)". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  52. ^ "EXCLUSIVE: Lemire Explores Superheroics in "The Black Hammer"". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  53. ^ "Dark Horse's "Black Hammer" Delayed". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  54. ^ "Dark Horse Announces New Comics From Lemire, Simone And More". Comics Alliance. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  55. ^ Lemire, Jeff. "Jeff Lemire's Blog". Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  56. ^ "Advance Review: Image Comics' PLUTONA #1 is Your New Favorite Comic". Nerdist. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  57. ^ Lake, By Jeff. "Plutona #1 Review". IGN. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  58. ^ "Lemire and Lenox Announce Plutona at Image Expo (Exclusive Interview)". Comicbook.com. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  59. ^ "EXCLUSIVE: Lemire to Write, Draw "Plutona" Backup Stories". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  60. ^ "S&S Acquires Jeff Lemire's New Graphic Novel 'Roughneck'". PublishersWeekly.com. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  61. ^ Parkin, J. K. "Lemire's 'Roughneck' skates into stores in October". Smash Pages. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  62. ^ a b "EXCLUSIVE: Lemire Returns to His Roots with Hockey-themed "Roughneck"". Comic Book Resources. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  63. ^ "Exclusive: Image Taps Comics Stars to Explore Life After Death". Vulture. Retrieved 2016-03-12. 
  64. ^ Hautain, Frederik (July 14, 2005). "Lost Dogs Sneak Peek - Broken Frontier". Broken Frontier. 
  65. ^ Lemire, Jeff (January 14, 2008). "TALES FROM THE FARM WINS AN YASLA AWARD!!". 
  66. ^ Joe Shuster Award, www.comiclist.com
  67. ^ Jeff Lemire in the Canadian Encyclopedia, www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com
  68. ^ 2013 Joe Shuster Award Winners, joeshusterawards.com.
  69. ^ Manning, Shaun (July 7, 2009). "Lemire on Essex County & New Vertigo Work". Comic Book Resources. 
  70. ^ CBC Books - Canada Reads 2011
  71. ^ Canada Reads 2011 People's Choice Poll
  72. ^ Biography from The Nobody (DC/Vertigo, 2009).

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Superboy writer
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