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Kyle Hotz

Biography

Kyle Hotz

While still in the final year of earning his fine arts degree, Kyle Hotz was already working full time as a comic book illustrator on the genre-stretching horror anthology Slash and the vampire title Cold Blooded.  Soon he was asked to draw Dr. Strange for Marvel Comics and then to helm the futuristic Ghost Rider 2099 which highlighted Hotz's love for bizarre costumes and settings. As his reputation as a horror artist grew, Hotz illustrated various titles for most of the major comic publishers, including Marvel, DC, Dark Horse, Image and a host of independent press. Some of the characters he has had a chance to put his stamp on include The Hulk, Venom, Spiderman, Green Goblin, and Captain America. In 2000, he co-created the character The Hood, for Marvel comics and illustrated the character’s first mini-series. More recently he co-created and draws with Eric Powell, ‘Billy the Kid’s Old Timey Oddities’.

Kyle Hotz

Books by Kyle Hotz

by Eric Powell and Kyle Hotz

Billy the Kid's Old Timey Oddities starts with Billy the Kid free to roam America, having faked his own death. Free, that is, until Fineas Spoule, a.k.a. The Human Spider, discovers his secret.