Frank served as penciller on Straczynski's Midnight Nation,[4] a 12-issue limited series published by Top Cow from 2000 to 2002 under their now-defunct Joe's Comics imprint. who discovers that a race of neanderthal men exists in the mountains of Alaska and proceed to eliminate them to obtain their technology, which developed differently from that of the rest of the world. Woman is fined for breaching Covid rules after taking 360-mile round trip from Leicester... How Covid-19 will shape our homes in 2021: Property experts predict demand for all-white kitchens that 'look... LOCKED-down: Students in Manchester claim they are being 'penned in' after massive metal fences are erected... England locks down: Drinkers spill onto the streets after pubs close for the final time as second national... Lockdown One vs Lockdown Two: As England wakes to new shutdown... here's how the new curbs could affect you... 'Lockdown II: The Second Cummings': Twitter is flooded with mickey-taking memes as England shuts up shop for... Mothers-to-be must be allowed to work from home says NHS nurse Mary Agyapong's widower following her death... Shopdown! Garry Frank, West Michigan meteorologist for Fox 17, was about to give a state overview on Tuesday when his co-workers began complaining about the cold weather. ", Just Imagine Stan Lee With Gary Frank Creating Shazam, "Geoff Johns: Telling Superman's Secret Origin", "AICN Comics STM Exclusive Q&@ w JMS & Geoff Johns on, "Geoff Johns Continues DC Rebirth Saga in, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Gary_Frank&oldid=984461606, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 20 October 2020, at 06:19. Gary would often give Donna a ride home from the rehearsals, and that is where it all began. 679215 Registered office: 1 London Bridge Street, London, SE1 9GF. Gary Frank (born 1969) is a British comics artist, notable for pencilling on Midnight Nation and Supreme Power, both written by J. Michael Straczynski.He has also worked with author Peter David on The Incredible Hulk and Supergirl.He had a creator-owned series, Kin, which he wrote himself, published by Top Cow Productions in 2000.. 515 and 517; Black Panther No. Despite Gary Frank hasn't stated being homosexual, the process of coming out amongst celebrities can be seen as easier considering there are many who have already come out within the community. He has been playing guitar since he was 10 years old and writing music since he was 13. [3] It was on that series that he began a long-running collaboration with inker Cam Smith, who would continue to ink Frank's work for many years. Their run on the series was praised for its dark, realistic style in both writing and art; however, the drastic change in tone and style alienated many longtime fans who had grown accustomed to the more fantastical and cartoonish approach of the Brandon Choi/J. In 1997, Frank and Smith moved to Image Comics, where they, along with writer John Arcudi, were hired as the new creative team on the Wildstorm title Gen¹³,[4] beginning with the epilogue story in issue No. 7 of Tom Strong under DC's America's Best Comics imprint and writing and penciling a two-page X-Men story in X-Men: Millennial Visions, his final collaboration to date with inker Cam Smith.