Andy Parks

Andy Park started his professional career as a comic book artist at Extreme Studios, a division of Image Comics. He penciled both interior work as well as cover work for several titles, most notabl, "Avengelyne" and "Glory/Angela: Angels in Hell." In 1999, he illustrated the new "Tomb Raider (comics)" comic book series written by Dan Jergens and was noted as one of the top 10 artists in the industry by Wizard Magazine. Tomb Raider #1 was the highest selling comic book of 1999. After issue #20 Andy began working at Marvel Comics as a cover artist and interior artist on titles such as "Excalibur," "Weapon X," "New X-Men," "Mutopia X" and "Uncanny X-Men".

Besides comic book work, Andy has also contributed art for award winning video games for Sony, "God of War II," "God of War: Chains of Olympus," "StarHawk" and "God of War 3" as well as several magazines including "Maxim," "Flex," "PSM," "Wizard," "Muscle & Fitness" and "2D Artist Magazine." He has also illustrated covers for various other comic book companies including DC Comics such as "Superman Confidential," "WildCats," "The Authority" and "God of War".

In 2010, Andy joined the Visual Development team at Marvel Studios to help develop the look and feel of its movies designing characters, costumes, and key frames for its cinematic universe. Most notably, he has worked on "The Avengers." He has also worked on the films "Captain America: The First Avenger," "Thor," "Iron Man 3," "Captain America: The Winter Soldier," "Thor: The Dark World" and "Guardians of the Galaxy". His artwork is prominently featured in "The Art of Marvel's The Avengers."

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