Timothy Green II
Timothy Green II, also known as "Timo", is an American artist with a European & Asian comics influence. Much like his favorite artists Moebius and Otomo, he displays a fine attention to detail with sharp steady lines and has the range to cater to the European, Asian and American audiences. He is known for his work on such titles as Star-Lord, Rocket Raccoon and Groot and The Guardians of the Galaxy (Timo was thanked at the end of the Guardians of the Galaxy movie because of his work on the recent comic series).Timo's first published works started back in 1996 with the comic book "Leitmotiv" which he created, wrote and illustrated. In 1999, Timo got a taste of the big leagues. He landed art duties with Dark Horse Comics illustrating stories for issues #13 & 15 of Star Wars Tales. This led into him also illustrating an issue of "Syn" for Dark Horse Comics in 2003. It wasn't until 2005 that he got critical acclaim for his astonishing pencils & inks on the comic book motion picture adaption of MTV's Aeon Flux movie (Based off Peter Chung's animated TV show). This exposed Timo to an international audience and gave him creditability as a comic book heavy weight. Timo since has worked for both Marvel and DC and has illustrated such books as Swamp Thing, Annihilators, Ender's Game, Fraction, The Immortal Iron Fist, Rush City, Secret Invasion: Who Do You Trust?, Frank Frazetta Fantasy Illustrated, Immortal Weapons, Wolverine #1000, Red Hood and the Outlaws, Avengers Academy and Skaar: Son of Hulk to name a few.