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Creator • Writer • Artist

Dan Jurgens has a skill. Some may even call it a superpower. At the command of his fingertips, some of the most legendary characters of the comic book industry come to life.

An accomplished writer and artist, Dan writes and draws the adventures of characters from globally-recognized properties such as DC Comics, Marvel Comics and more. Dan has also created an abundance of characters that have become enduring staples in their fictional universes while stretching to other media.

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Experience

It’s a bird… It’s a plane… It’s a powerful resume!

Recognized by fans across the globe as a major creative force, Dan has written or drawn most every major title published by DC Comics and Marvel Comics.

He began his career with DC Comics as artist on THE WARLORD. Shortly after, he created, wrote and drew BOOSTER GOLD for DC. He continued with stints on FLASH GORDON, GREEN ARROW, and THE JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA. Most notably, he logged a ten-year run as writer/artist on SUPERMAN, including the best-selling Death of Superman, for which he won the National Cartoonists Society Award for Best in Comic Book Division. Jurgens followed up with the mega-hit crossover ZERO HOUR, which redefined the DC Universe.

Versatility

Dan’s career has been defined by creative versatility of epic proportions.

He moved to Marvel Comics and launched a new Spider-Man series, THE SENSATIONAL SPIDER-MAN. Jurgens then logged seven years writing THE MIGHTY THOR and also wrote and drew CAPTAIN AMERICA.

In 2005 Jurgens moved into the world of book publishing to write and illustrate 'You Can Draw Marvel Characters' for Dorling Kindersley Publishing.

Jurgens has since returned to DC Comics where he helped relaunch, write and draw BOOSTER GOLD, which he first created in 1985. He moved on to write and draw TIME MASTERS: VANISHING POINT and revisit the Death of Superman in DC UNIVERSE: LEGACIES.

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Secret Origins

Readers may not give it much consideration, but every comic they pick up represents meticulous hours and days of work on the part of the creative and editorial teams. Along the way, a wide-ranging collection of ideas are discussed and sometimes discarded or changed. Additionally, every artist has work they've done that never appears in public. This page will feature some interesting tidbits, as well as artwork that was never, or rarely, seen.

News & Appearances

Comics represent an ever changing landscape—one that is almost as adventurous as the lives of your favorite superheroes! If you’d like to find out about Dan’s newest projects, appearances and interviews, click the button below!