Chris Bachalo

Chris Bachalo (born August 23, 1965) is a Canadian comic book illustrator known for his quirky, cartoon-like style.wikipedia
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Shade, the Changing Man

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He became well known for stints on DC Comics' Shade, the Changing Man and Neil Gaiman's two Death series.
The character was later adapted by Peter Milligan and Chris Bachalo in one of the first Vertigo titles.

Generation X (comics)

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Chris has also illustrated several of Marvel Comics' X-Men-related series, including Generation X (which he co-created), X-Men Vol.
A spin-off of the X-Men, the team was created by writer Scott Lobdell and artist Chris Bachalo.

Steampunk (comics)

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Beginning in April, 2000 Chris illustrated his creator-owned series Steampunk.
Steampunk is a steampunk comic book series by artist Chris Bachalo and writer Joe Kelly, published by Wildstorm Comics' Cliffhanger imprint from 2000 to 2002.

Death (DC Comics)

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He became well known for stints on DC Comics' Shade, the Changing Man and Neil Gaiman's two Death series.
Both were written by Gaiman and illustrated by Chris Bachalo, and dealt with Death's encounters with various mortals.

Death: The High Cost of Living

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In 1993, writer Neil Gaiman selected Bachalo for the Sandman miniseries Death: The High Cost of Living, starring the Sandman's older sister.
Death: The High Cost of Living is a comic, written by Neil Gaiman with art by Chris Bachalo and Mark Buckingham.

The Sandman: The Doll's House

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1990), part of the "Doll's House" story arc, for DC Comics.
It was written by Neil Gaiman, illustrated by Mike Dringenberg, Malcolm Jones III, Chris Bachalo, Michael Zulli and Steve Parkhouse, coloured by Robbie Busch and lettered by Todd Klein.

Death: The Time of Your Life

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The creative pair also reunited for Death: The Time of Your Life in 1996.
It was illustrated by Chris Bachalo and Mark Buckingham, and features an introduction by Claire Danes.

Scott Lobdell

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However, he was soon assigned to create a new junior team of X-Men with Uncanny X-Men writer Scott Lobdell.
In the 1990s, Lobdell became known for his work on Marvel Comics' X-Men-related titles, specifically Uncanny X-Men, the main title itself, and the spin-off series that he conceived with artist Chris Bachalo, Generation X.

Uncanny X-Men

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2, Uncanny X-Men, and Ultimate X-Men. From 2006 to 2008, Bachalo was the artist for the X-Men title along with new writer Mike Carey after completing his final story arc for Uncanny X-Men (#472–474).

Ultimate X-Men

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Joe Kelly (writer)

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The series is written by Joe Kelly and is part of Image Comics' imprint for creator-owned series, Cliffhanger.
Kelly has produced three creator-owned works: Steampunk, pencilled by Chris Bachalo and published by DC through Wildstorm's Cliffhanger imprint in 2000 (a second part, Drama Obscura, brought closure to the story, but Kelly has said he intends to eventually continue the book); M. Rex with penciller Duncan Rouleau, which was published by the now-defunct Avalon Studios (it was cancelled after two issues); and Ballast, with penciller Ilya, a one-shot published by Active Images.

Age of Apocalypse (limited series)

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The series was written by Akira Yoshida and pencilled by Chris Bachalo; the first two issues were inked solely by Tim Townsend, with other helping out with the rest.

Cliffhanger (comics)

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The series is written by Joe Kelly and is part of Image Comics' imprint for creator-owned series, Cliffhanger.
In spring 2000, Chris Bachalo and author Joe Kelly created the imprint's fourth title, Steampunk.

Ghost Rider 2099

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He then illustrated the first three issues of Ghost Rider 2099, one of in a line of series reinventing popular Marvel characters in the year 2099.

Vertigo Comics

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The first comic book published under the "Vertigo" imprint was the first issue of Death: The High Cost of Living, a 3-issue series by Neil Gaiman and Chris Bachalo.

Karolina Dean

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He also drew a cover for Runaways.

Mike Carey (writer)

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From 2006 to 2008, Bachalo was the artist for the X-Men title along with new writer Mike Carey after completing his final story arc for Uncanny X-Men (#472–474).

Doctor Strange

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In 2016, he teamed up again with Jason Aaaron on Dr. Strange's first solo title in 10 years, Way of the Weird.
In 2015, Jason Aaron and Chris Bachalo teamed up for the fourth volume of Doctor Strange.

Jason Aaron

From 2011-2012, he teamed up for multiple issues with Jason Aaron on his Wolverine and the X-Men.

Brian Michael Bendis

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Starting with New Avengers #51, Bachalo provided variant covers for the creative team of Brian Michael Bendis and Billy Tan for the "Who will be the next Sorcerer Supreme?"

X-Men: Legacy

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From 2006 to 2008, Bachalo was the artist for the X-Men title along with new writer Mike Carey after completing his final story arc for Uncanny X-Men (#472–474).

Age of Apocalypse

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5: Assault on Weapon Plus) and the sequel to the Age of Apocalypse crossover.

Elephantmen

On top of his continuing work for Marvel, Bachalo finished issue #7 of Comicraft's Elephantmen, an issue 4 years in the making.

Spider-Man: Brand New Day

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Brand New Day, along with Phil Jimenez, Steve McNiven and Salvador Larroca.

Wolverine and the X-Men (comics)

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From 2011-2012, he teamed up for multiple issues with Jason Aaron on his Wolverine and the X-Men.