Bryan Hitch

Bryan Hitch (born June 6, 1966) is a British comic book artist. Hitch began his career in the United Kingdom for Marvel UK, working on titles such as Action Force and Death's Head, before gaining prominence on American titles such as Wildstorm's Stormwatch and The Authority, DC Comics titles such as JLA, and Marvel Comics' The Ultimates.

Hitch's artwork and designs have also appeared in direct-to-video animated films, television, and major feature films, such as the 2009 film Star Trek, for which he has been praised by director J. J. Abrams.

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... tpb, 2010, ISBN 0-7851-4387-4) collects "Super-Human" (with Bryan Hitch, in #1-6, 2002) "Homeland Security" (with Bryan Hitch, #7-13, 2002–2004) The Ultimates 2 (hc, 464 pages, 2007, ISBN 0-7851-2138-2 ... Thing" (with Bryan Hitch, in #562-565, 2009) "Doom's Master" (with Bryan Hitch, Joe Ahearne, Neil Edwards and Stuart Immonen, in #566-569, 2009) Civil War #1-7 (with Steve McNiven, 2006–2007) collected as ...

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