Arthur Adams, a self-taught artist, became a fan favorite at the age 19, when he pencilled the critically-acclaimed Longshot limited series. Longshot, written by Ann Nocenti and published in 1985 by Marvel Comics launched Arthur’s career, and he has been in high demand as an artist since.
In his career, Arthur has worked on many stories for books as diverse as; Batman, Superman, Spiderman, X men, New Mutants, Godzilla, Fantastic Four, Vampirella, Rocketeer, the Authority, Danger Girl, Excalibur, and the Hulk. He also launched his creator owned, written, and drawn series Monkeyman and O'Brian in 1993 with Dark Horse Comics "Legend" imprint. He also had a ten-issue run on an anthology series featuring the character Jonni Future, then Ultimate X for Marvel Comics with writer Jeph Loeb.
Adams has provided cover images for issues of the Justice League of America, Appleseed, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Green Lantern, Hulk, Avengers, X Men, Red Sonja, Superman, Batman, New Mutants, Fathom, Black Panther, Fantastic Four, and Vampirella, among other titles. In addition to his work in comic books, he has also produced popular commercial art, such as numerous illustrations for trading cards, posters, shirts, and various other comics-related merchandise. Outside the field of comics, he has also provided illustrations for various magazines, movies, video games, and worked in toy design, packaging art, and even a series of X-Men-themed Campbell Soup cans.
Arthur lives in Northern California in the woods. His website is arthuradamsart.com