Frank Brunner – Starting as a writer-artist on Web of Horror, Creepy, Eerie and Vampirella, Brunner moved on to his best-known work, Marvel’s Doctor Strange (1972-1974). Other Marvel credits include Howard the Duck, Man-Thing, Chamber of Chills, Red Sonja, Haunt of Horror, Unknown Worlds of Science Fiction, The Tomb of Dracula; and the Silver Surfer. Brunner adapted Robert E. Howard’s sword-and-sorcery pulp fiction “The Scarlet Citadel” into a 42-page graphic novella for Savage Sword of Conan. Brunner and novelist Michael Moorcock collaborated on n innovative comics adaptation of Elric for Heavy Metal magazine. In the early-1980s Brunner was artist on the First Comics title Warp, based on the science-fiction play that ran briefly on Broadway in the 1970s. He then wrote and drew the graphic novel The Seven Samuroid (1984). Brunner moved to Hollywood and began a career in movie and television animation, working on projects for Hanna-Barbera (Jonny Quest), Walt Disney Imagineering (Euro Tomorrowlandmovie), Warner Bros. (preproduction Batman design) and DreamWorks (Invasion USA). He was the head of character design for the Fox animated series X-Men. The full-color Vanguard art book, MYTHOS covers the artist’s entire career.