Rick Leonardi is a penciler whose best known for his work on Marvel’s “Cloak & Dagger”, “Spider-Man”,“Spiderman 2099” and “X-Men” as well as DC’s “Vigilante”, “Nightwing” “Batman Beyond” and “Star Wars” comics for Dark Horse. Rick was the main artist for “Watson and Holmes V1 – A Study In Black” which received a best new series nomination Eisner in 2014 and multiple Glyph awards.
Larry Stroman is an American comic book artist and writer. … 2), he went on to illustrate various Marvel Comics books such as “The Uncanny X-Men”, “X-Factor”, “Ghost Rider” (vol. 2) and “Punisher”, as well as work for other companies, such as DC Comics’ “Darkstars” and Dark Horse Comics’ “The Mark”. In1 993, Stroman and writer Todd Johnson co-created the Image Comics series Tribe, which was the largest-selling African-American-created comic at the time. Sales for issue #1 exceeded the one million mark.
Stroman’s subsequent work in the 1990s included illustrating WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams Annual #1 for Jim Lee’s Wildstorm Productions/Image, and a number of Marvel titles including “X-Men: The Early Years”, “Excalibur” and “Heroes Reborn: Iron Man”.
Stroman’s 2000s work includes various installments of the recurring “The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe” reference series, including “The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: Teams 2005″ and two issues of the 2007 book “The Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe: A to Z: Update”, as well as “What-If X-Men: Rise and Fall of the Shi’Ar Empire”, and “Black Panther Annual #1″ with Reginald Hudlin and Ken Lashley. In 2008 Stroman was reunited with his “X-Factor” collaborator Peter David, illustrating issues #33–36 and 38 of volume 3 of that series. Stroman subsequently illustrated the three-issue miniseries “X-Men: The Times and Life of Lucas Bishop” miniseries, and “Thunderbolts” #144, both in 2009. Stroman also illustrated chapter 5 of Watson and Holmes V1- A Study In Black which was nominated for an Eisner for best new series, and multiple Glyph awards in 2014.