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Brett Breeding

Appearing Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

Brett Breeding got his start in September 1979 assisting comic book inker Bob Layton as a background artist on his definitive first run on Iron Man, with writer David Michelinie and penciler John Romita Jr., for Marvel Comics.

Breeding has been fortunate throughout his career to have collaborated with some of the best artists and writers in the comic book industry and to have worked on many popular titles for both Marvel and DC Comics. His work on the Superman titles, notably the “Death of Superman” storyline, is among his most recognized, along with the Spider-Man titles, Thor, The Avengers and West Coast Avengers. He takes pride in having had a versatile career, working primarily as a finish inker, but on occasion provided pencil art, traditional and computer coloring, story development and plotting.

After more than twenty years in comics, Breeding broadened his professional horizons by embarking on a second career as a wildlife and nature photographer. He spent the better part of the early 2000s traveling the United States capturing images of a variety of wildlife and landscapes. He also spent time photographing local wildlife and examples of regional folk history, some of which was exhibited by the Smithsonian Institute.

In 2005, Breeding returned to DC Comics, this time working in their Licensing Department. Then, in 2010, when DC Licensing was closed down, he moved to Warner Brothers Consumer Products where he continues to produce DC related licensing artwork. In 2012 he expanded his skills to include creating children’s books and animated digital interactive iPad apps featuring Superman and Batman for WB Global Publishing.

Currently, Breeding enjoys working on various comic book related projects, while also venturing into yet another new career path, this time as a voice-over actor. He continues to look for new and exciting ways to express himself creatively. Find out more on Brett Breeding at

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