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Paul Martin Smith - 'PMS'

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2012-02-21 16:54:18 aaronmoish Suffix none
2012-02-21 16:54:18 aaronmoish Nickname PMS
2011-11-10 14:27:46 mitsos Middle Name Martin
2011-11-10 14:27:46 mitsos Suffix none
2006-12-07 12:12:04 Skyhawke Suffix none
2006-12-07 12:12:04 Skyhawke DOB 1954 September 4, 1953
2006-12-07 12:12:04 Skyhawke Birthplace USA Kansas City, Missouri
2006-12-07 12:12:04 Skyhawke Bio Smith had no formal art training aside from some course in airbrushing. Before becoming a professional comic book artist, Smith worked as an animator. In 1977, he began work on the animated adaptation of The Lord of the Rings produced and directed by Ralph Bakshi. He also worked on Bakshi's film American Pop. He first came to attention at Marvel Comics in the early 1980s, where a series of fill-ins on various Marvel titles led to him being named the new artist on Doctor Strange. But after a mere two issues he left that title to replace Dave Cockrum on Uncanny X-Men, then the biggest-selling US comic. He left less than a year later, moving back to Doctor Strange. However, Smith's brief run on X-Men left a large impact and most of it was later reprinted in the From the Ashes trade paperback. Smith's would briefly revisit the X-Men, drawing the X-Men / Alpha Flight limited series as well as a brief stint on the X-Men spin-off X-Factor.


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