Adam Hughes (1967 – ) is the preeminent pinup / good girl artist of the comics genera. With no formal artistic training he has risen to the top of his field to become one of the most popular comic artists of his generation. He is best known for his work on Wonder Woman and Catwoman.
Hughes got his start in 1987 working on Mark Ellis’ Death Hawk then, moving over to Comico, he illustrated writer Mike W. Barr’s Maze Agency stories. After a year on Maze Agency, DC Comics offered him Justice League. From there, he went on to work on such comics as Legionaires, Gen13, Tomb Raider, Ghost, Vampirella, Star Wars, Star Trek: Debt of Honor, and numerous other projects.
In 1998, Hughes began his fan-favorite five-year run on Wonder Woman and, from 2005 until 2008, he provided equally amazing covers for Catwoman. In 2010, DC published Cover Run: The DC Comics Art o Adam Hughes, collecting together his greatest covers along with Hughes’ own commentary. Currently, he is illustrating covers for DC’s New 52 series Batgirl, Vertigo’s Fairest, and is also illustrating the Before Watchmen mini-series Doctor Manhattan.
In 2003, Hughes won the Eisner Award for best cover for his work on Wonder Woman.
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