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Jason Trent Pearson

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2012-07-08 14:21:01 mikebo Middle Name Trent
2012-07-08 14:21:01 mikebo Suffix none
2012-04-24 14:19:29 aaronmoish Middle Name Trent
2012-04-24 14:19:29 aaronmoish Suffix none
2009-04-18 12:12:50 mikebo Middle Name Trent
2009-04-18 12:12:50 mikebo Suffix none
2008-04-05 23:24:16 Fnord Serious Suffix none
2008-04-05 23:24:16 Fnord Serious Bio Jason Pearson is an American comic book artist, best known for his creator-owned series Body Bags. He debuted in comics with a cover for Innovation's Justice Machine #6, cover dated January 1991. His first full issue was Innovation's Hero Alliance #16, cover dated June 1991. His first work for the big two appeared as a back-up story in DC's Legion of Super-Heroes #22, cover dated September 1991. Pearson is also a former member of the Atlanta, Georgia-based Gaijin Studios, and has participated in several Gaijin Studios-related projects. Pearson's Body Bags was set to debut as part of a Gaijin Studios anthology called Ground Zero, but Image ultimately passed on the series. Pearson continued developing the concept of Body Bags, and it ultimately saw print from Dark Horse Comics. The property appeared in the anthology title Dark Horse Presents and as a four issue miniseries as the debut title for the Blanc Noir line of titles produced by Gaijin Studios for Dark Horse Comics. Pearson's work on a sequel to Body Bags was interrupted when he was struck by an illness that left him unable to work for several months. When he returned to work, he opted to focus on other work as he was unsatisfied with what he had produced so far for the Body Bags sequel. He did several short stories for America's Best Comics and Wildstorm. His first full issue after Body Bags was Global Frequency #11. Pearson was scheduled to produce a four issue miniseries called Redbird for Wildstorm in 2004, but the series was delayed and ultimately cancelled before it saw print. In an interview for Newsarama.com prior to the cancellation, Pearson said that Redbird was intended to be a trilogy of miniseries for the character. A collected edition of the original Body Bags series was printed by 12 Gauge Comics in 2005. Later, they released the first new Body Bags material in years, Body Bags: 3 The Hard Way. In addition to publishing Body Bags through 12 Gauge, Pearson is also on staff as the Director of Development. Jason Pearson is an American comic book artist, best known for his creator-owned series Body Bags. He debuted in comics with a cover for Innovation's Justice Machine #6, cover dated January 1991. His first full issue was Innovation's Hero Alliance #16, cover dated June 1991. His first work for the big two appeared as a back-up story in DC's Legion of Super-Heroes #22, cover dated September 1991. Pearson is also a former member of the Atlanta, Georgia-based Gaijin Studios, and has participated in several Gaijin Studios-related projects. Pearson's Body Bags was set to debut as part of a Gaijin Studios anthology called Ground Zero, but Image passed on the series. Pearson continued developing the concept of Body Bags, and it ultimately saw print from Dark Horse Comics. The property appeared in the anthology title Dark Horse Presents and as a four issue miniseries as the debut title for the Blanc Noir line of titles produced by Gaijin Studios for Dark Horse Comics. Pearson's work on a sequel to Body Bags was interrupted when he was struck by an illness that left him unable to work for several months. When he returned to work, he opted to focus on other work as he was unsatisfied with what he had produced so far for the Body Bags sequel. He did several short stories for America's Best Comics and Wildstorm. His first full issue after Body Bags was Global Frequency #11. Pearson was scheduled to produce a four issue miniseries called Redbird for Wildstorm in 2004, but the series was delayed and ultimately cancelled before it saw print. In an interview for Newsarama.com prior to the cancellation, Pearson said that Redbird was intended to be a trilogy of miniseries for the character. A collected edition of the original Body Bags series was printed by 12 Gauge Comics in 2005. Later, they released the first new Body Bags material in years, Body Bags: 3 The Hard Way. In addition to publishing Body Bags through 12 Gauge, Pearson is also on staff as the Director of Development.
2008-04-05 23:22:42 Fnord Serious Suffix none
2008-04-05 23:22:42 Fnord Serious Bio Jason Pearson is an American comic book artist. Best known for his creator-owned series Body Bags, Pearson has been plagued by lateness and delayed books.[citation needed] He debuted in comics with a back-up story in Legion of Super-Heroes #22 in 1991, and Pearson called series writer Keith Giffen one of his mentors [1]. Pearson is also a former member of the Atlanta, Georgia-based Gaijin Studios, and has participated in several Gaijin Studios-related projects. In 1992, Gaijin Studios were in talks with Image Comics to do an 11-issue anthology series entitled Ground Zero, featuring the work of the current studio members. The series was to have debuted Pearson's Body Bags, but Image ultimately passed on the series. Pearson continued developing the concept of Body Bags, and it ultimately saw print as a four issue miniseries as the debut title for the Blanc Noir line of titles produced by Gaijin Studios for Dark Horse Comics. In 1998, Pearson began work on a sequel to Body Bags. Intended as a six issue miniseries, Pearson had begun illustrating it when he was struck for an illness that left him unable to work for several months. When he returned to work, he found himself unhappy with the work he had done so far and opted to focus on other work for the time being. He did several short stories for America's Best Comics and Wildstorm. His first full issue after Body Bags was Global Frequency #11, which itself was delayed numerous months before release. In 2004, Wildstorm announced and solicited a four issue miniseries written and drawn by Pearson called Redbird, but the series was delayed and ultimately cancelled before it saw print. In an interview for Newsarama.com [2] prior to the cancellation, Pearson said that Redbird was intended to be a trilogy of miniseries for the character. In 2005, 12 Gauge Comics reprinted the original Body Bags four issue miniseries in a collected edition. Later, they released the first new Body Bags material in years, Body Bags: 3 The Hard Way. In addition to publishing Body Bags through 12 Gauge, he is also on staff as the Director of Development. Jason Pearson is an American comic book artist, best known for his creator-owned series Body Bags. He debuted in comics with a cover for Innovation's Justice Machine #6, cover dated January 1991. His first full issue was Innovation's Hero Alliance #16, cover dated June 1991. His first work for the big two appeared as a back-up story in DC's Legion of Super-Heroes #22, cover dated September 1991. Pearson is also a former member of the Atlanta, Georgia-based Gaijin Studios, and has participated in several Gaijin Studios-related projects. Pearson's Body Bags was set to debut as part of a Gaijin Studios anthology called Ground Zero, but Image ultimately passed on the series. Pearson continued developing the concept of Body Bags, and it ultimately saw print from Dark Horse Comics. The property appeared in the anthology title Dark Horse Presents and as a four issue miniseries as the debut title for the Blanc Noir line of titles produced by Gaijin Studios for Dark Horse Comics. Pearson's work on a sequel to Body Bags was interrupted when he was struck by an illness that left him unable to work for several months. When he returned to work, he opted to focus on other work as he was unsatisfied with what he had produced so far for the Body Bags sequel. He did several short stories for America's Best Comics and Wildstorm. His first full issue after Body Bags was Global Frequency #11. Pearson was scheduled to produce a four issue miniseries called Redbird for Wildstorm in 2004, but the series was delayed and ultimately cancelled before it saw print. In an interview for Newsarama.com prior to the cancellation, Pearson said that Redbird was intended to be a trilogy of miniseries for the character. A collected edition of the original Body Bags series was printed by 12 Gauge Comics in 2005. Later, they released the first new Body Bags material in years, Body Bags: 3 The Hard Way. In addition to publishing Body Bags through 12 Gauge, Pearson is also on staff as the Director of Development.
2007-06-18 13:44:51 misterpace Suffix none
2007-06-18 13:44:51 misterpace Website http://www.bodybagscomic.com/index.html
2007-06-18 13:44:51 misterpace Bio Jason Pearson is an American comic book artist. Best known for his creator-owned series Body Bags, Pearson has been plagued by lateness and delayed books.[citation needed] He debuted in comics with a back-up story in Legion of Super-Heroes #22 in 1991, and Pearson called series writer Keith Giffen one of his mentors [1]. Pearson is also a former member of the Atlanta, Georgia-based Gaijin Studios, and has participated in several Gaijin Studios-related projects. In 1992, Gaijin Studios were in talks with Image Comics to do an 11-issue anthology series entitled Ground Zero, featuring the work of the current studio members. The series was to have debuted Pearson's Body Bags, but Image ultimately passed on the series. Pearson continued developing the concept of Body Bags, and it ultimately saw print as a four issue miniseries as the debut title for the Blanc Noir line of titles produced by Gaijin Studios for Dark Horse Comics. In 1998, Pearson began work on a sequel to Body Bags. Intended as a six issue miniseries, Pearson had begun illustrating it when he was struck for an illness that left him unable to work for several months. When he returned to work, he found himself unhappy with the work he had done so far and opted to focus on other work for the time being. He did several short stories for America's Best Comics and Wildstorm. His first full issue after Body Bags was Global Frequency #11, which itself was delayed numerous months before release. In 2004, Wildstorm announced and solicited a four issue miniseries written and drawn by Pearson called Redbird, but the series was delayed and ultimately cancelled before it saw print. In an interview for Newsarama.com [2] prior to the cancellation, Pearson said that Redbird was intended to be a trilogy of miniseries for the character. In 2005, 12 Gauge Comics reprinted the original Body Bags four issue miniseries in a collected edition. Later, they released the first new Body Bags material in years, Body Bags: 3 The Hard Way. In addition to publishing Body Bags through 12 Gauge, he is also on staff as the Director of Development.
2006-05-03 16:49:10 marieebee Suffix none
2006-05-03 16:49:10 marieebee Birthplace GA


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