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Interior Work

  • Three Dimensional Alien Worlds: "Away Off There Amid the Softly Winking Lights" (with Bruce Jones, one-shot, Pacific, 1984)
  • Longshot #1-6 (with Ann Nocenti, Marvel, 1985)
  • New Mutants Special Edition #1: "Home is Where the Heart is" (with Chris Claremont, Marvel, 1985)
  • Uncanny X-Men Annual #9-10, 12, 14 (with Chris Claremont, Marvel, 1985–1990)
  • Batman #400: "Resurrection Night!" (with Doug Moench, among other artists, DC Comics, 1986)
  • Cloak and Dagger #9: "The Lady and the Unicorn" (with Bill Mantlo, Marvel, 1986)
  • Web of Spider-Man Annual #2: "Wake Me Up I Gotta Be Dreaming" (with Ann Nocenti, Marvel, 1986)
  • Action Comics Annual #1: "Skeeter" (with John Byrne, DC Comics, 1987)
  • Gumby's Summer Fun Special: "Summer Fun Adventure" (with Bob Burden, one-shot, Comico, 1987)
  • Gumby's Winter Fun Special: "Winter Fun Adventure" (with Steve Purcell, one-shot, Comico, 1988)
  • Wonder Woman Annual #1: "Chapter 1: The Diving Bird" (with George Pérez, DC Comics, 1988)
  • X-Factor #41-42 (with Louise Simonson, Marvel, 1989)
  • Excalibur: Mojo Mayhem (with Chris Claremont, one-shot, Marvel, 1989)
  • Fantastic Four #347-349 (with Walter Simonson, Marvel, 1990–1991)
  • Armageddon: Inferno #1, 3-4 (with John Ostrander, DC Comics, 1992)
  • Godzilla Color Special: "Godzilla: King of the Monsters" (with Randy Stradley, one-shot, Dark Horse, 1992)
  • Creepy 1993 Fearbook: "Bugs" (with Kurt Busiek, Harris Comics, 1993)
  • Urban Legends: "King Kong vs. Godzilla" (one-shot, Dark Horse, 1993)
  • Universal Monsters: Creature from the Black Lagoon (with Steve Moncuse, one-shot, Dark Horse, 1993)
  • Monkeyman and O'Brien (Dark Horse, 1993–1999):
    • Dark Horse Presents #80, 100, 118-119 (1993–1997)
    • Hellboy: Seed of Destruction #1-4 (co-feature, 1994)
    • Monkeyman and O'Brien #1-3 (1996)
    • Dark Horse Extra #1-7 (1998–1999)
  • The Big Book of Urban Legends: "The Spider in the Hairdo" (with Robert Boyd, Jan Harold Brunvald and Robert Loren Fleming, Paradox Press, 1994)
  • Negative Burn #18: "Alan Moore's Songbook: Trampling Tokyo" (with Alan Moore, Caliber Press, 1994)
  • Asylum #1: "Warchild" (with Eric Stephenson, Extreme, 1995)
  • Aliens: Havoc #1 (with Mark Schultz, among other artists, Dark Horse, 1997)
  • Gen¹³ (Wildstorm, 1997–1998):
    • Gen¹³/Generation X: "Generation Gap" (with Brandon Choi, one-shot, 1997)
    • Gen¹³ 3D Special: "Mauling" (one-shot, 1997)
    • Gen¹³/Monkeyman and O'Brien #1-2 (1998)
    • Gen¹³ #34: "I Want My Mommaaaaa!!" (with John Arcudi, 1998)
  • Starship Troopers #1-2 (with Bruce Jones and Mitch Byrd, Dark Horse, 1997)
  • Legends of the DC Universe 80-Page Giant #2: "The Great Unknown!" (with Karl Kesel, DC Comics, 1998)
  • Danger Girl Special: "Delusions of Grandeur" (with J. Scott Campbell and Andy Hartnell, Cliffhanger, 2000)
  • Superman #165: "Help!" (with Jeph Loeb, DC Comics, 2001)
  • Orion #10, 12: "Legends of Apokolips" (with Walter Simonson, DC Comics, 2001)
  • The Authority #27-28: "Brave New World, Parts Two and Three" (with Mark Millar and Grant Morrison (uncredited), Wildstorm, 2002)
  • Tom Strong's Terrific Tales #1-4, 6-10: "Jonni Future" (with Steve Moore, America's Best Comics, 2002–2004)
  • The Many Worlds of Tesla Strong (with Alan Moore and Peter K. Hogan, among other artists, one-shot, Wildstorm, 2003)
  • Action Comics Annual #1: "The Many Deaths of Superman" (DC Comics, 2007)
  • Countdown to Final Crisis #14: "The Origin of Gorilla Grodd" (with Scott Beatty, co-feature, DC Comics, 2008)
  • King-Size Hulk: "Where Monsters Dwell" (with Jeph Loeb, Marvel, 2008)
  • Hulk #7-9 (with Jeph Loeb, Marvel, 2008)
  • Ultimate Comics: X #1-5 (with Jeph Loeb, Marvel, 2010–2011)

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