- Written by IvCNuB4 on Friday, February 22 2013 and posted in News and Satire
Clark was 43
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According to his private Facebook page, Scott Clark, a longtime DC Comics artist, passed away last night. Clark, whose break came at Jim Lee's WildStorm imprint, was most recently drawing in the New 52 for Deathstroke, as well as doing covers for Grifter.
Working in comics since the 90s, Clark had made a name for himself drawing Stormwatch as well as other previous work for DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Aspen Comics, and beyond included Brightest Day, Adventure Comics, Cable, Fathom, Flashpoint: Wonder Woman, Irredeemable, Batman Inc., and much more.
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