Coker at the New York Comic Con in Manhattan, October 9, 2010.
|Area(s)||Comics artist, film director/writer|
|Pseudonym(s)||Thomas L. Coker|
Tomm Coker, also known as Thomas L. Coker, is an American comic book artist and film director/writer.
Coker's career started in the early nineties drawing comic books for Image Comics, Dark Horse Comics, Marvel Comics and DC Comics. Throughout the 1990s he worked on such titles as Gen 13 Bootleg, Nightfall: The Black Chronicles and Penthouse Comix.
After a short absence, he returned to comics in 2003, illustrating the popular Vertigo mini-series Blood & Water.[dead link] This series also marked a stylistic change, in which his art evolved in a much more realistic direction.
His short film A Day Between premiered at the 2003 Sacramento International Film and Music Festival. His first feature length film, Catacombs, starring Shannyn Sossamon and pop singer Pink, was released in 2007.[dead link]
- A Day Between (2003)
- Catacombs (2007)
- Nightfall: The Black Chronicles (with writer Ford Lytle Gillmore, Homage Comics, 1999–2000)
- Blood & Water (with writer Judd Winick, 5-issue mini-series, Vertigo, 2003)
- Daredevil Noir (with writer Alexander Irvine, 4-issue mini-series, Marvel Comics, 2009)
- Audio Quest: A Captain LIGHTS Adventure (with writer LIGHTS)
- Undying Love (with Daniel Freedman, 4-issue mini-series, Image Comics, 2011)
- Near Death (Ongoing Series, Covers #1-5, Image Comics, 2011)
- Brady, Matt. "Looking Back and Around with Tomm Coker", Newsarama, August 30, 2004[dead link]
- Brady, Matt. "Tomm Coker Talks Catacombs", Newsarama, March 11, 2005[dead link]
- (October 19, 2007). "Estrenos: Catacumbas", Mural, p. 8.
- Markham-Smith, Ian (March 4, 2005). "Tickled Pink by film role", Daily Mirror, p. 14.
- Mayne, Jane (May 23, 2008). "Catacombs", Cape Times, p. 6.
- (November 28, 2009). "Global pulse: Lights on", Billboard 121 (47): 34–35.
- Caldwell, Patrick (April 15, 2010). "Lighting up pop life", Austin American-Statesman, p. T8.
- (January 6, 2012). "Screen talk", The Independent, p. 10.
- (July 15, 2011). "Screen talk: True blood ways", The Independent.
- "Tomm Coker". Archived from the original on February 21, 2005.