Creator Spotlight – Fiona Staples
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Although a young talent within the industry, Fiona Staples is making her place already. With the recent influx of amazingly talented female creators coming in, Fiona is one of the tops on the list. The Saga comic keeps on killing it and so is Fiona. Be sure to check out her upcoming Archie Comics relaunch in July; Archie #1 with writer Mark Waid. It’s going to be spectacular.
So here are a list of comics below that collectors should be aware. A talented young career thus far, but so full of life.
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Elsinore #4 (2006) Devil’s Due Publishing. First major published work. Pencils; collaboration with many artist. Not many of these on Ebay right now. Two.
Done To Death #1 (2006) First solo pencil work. First cover as well. Markosia (UK). Scarce on Ebay.
24Seven #2 (2007) First work at Image Comics. Penciled a short story in this Anthology. Written by Ray Fawkes.
Secret History of The Authority Hawksmoor #1 (2008) Fiona’s first work regarding the big two. DC Comics imprint Wildstorm gets the dubious award for being the first to showcase Fiona’s artistry. Pencils and colors many of the Wildstorm characters, including Midnighter.
North 40 #1 (2009) Critically acclaimed Wildstorm series. Art/inks and cover art.
Wolverine Art Appreciation One-Shot Canvas Cover (2009) Here’s her first Marvel work. A contributor along with 13 other creators lending their penciling talents.
Marvel Adventures The Avengers #34 (2009) First Marvel cover art. Collaboration with Roger Cruz. Hard to find.
Astonishing Tales #3 (2009) A Spider-Woman backup story penciled by Fiona. Only two on Ebay right now.
War Machine #5 (2009) A Wolverine Art Appreciation variant cover by Fiona. A Logan cover.
Mystery Society #1 (2010) First work with IDW Publishing. Pencils/inks/colors with Steve Niles on writing duties. Fiona gets to provide a variant cover too.
Magus #1 (2010) An awesome cover for 12 Gauge Comics. Only one set available on Ebay.
Superman Batman #79 (2011) Here she gets a crack at doing a cover jam with Superman, Batman, and Robin. Too bad it’s all of the characters from DC One Million. Still great regardless. There are only two copies on Ebay at the moment.
Superman Batman #80 (2011) Looks like Fiona gets to do a Superman/Batman cover after all. Awesome. Only one on Ebay.
Jonah Hex #66 (2011) Art and cover art for this fill in issue. Works with writers Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray.
Dollhouse #1 (2011) First Dark Horse work. Cover art only.
T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents #7 (2011) Cover art begins. Will go on to do 4 straight covers.
30 Days of Night #1 (2011) IDW’s hit comic. Steve Niles writes, Sam Kieth art and cover art by Fiona Staples.
Saga #1 (2012) Every comic creator has that “one” book. That breakout book where fans/collectors turn their head and say “That looks interesting.” Saga was that book. It still is. A mega hit from the onset. Fiona does everything in this comic but write it. That’s left up to Brian K. Vaughan of course. Art/inks/colors/letters and cover by Fiona.
Life with Archie #24 (2012) Here’s an important collectors issue. This is the first Archie work for Fiona (cover art only). It’s a magazine variant. She will be an intricate part in the relaunch of the Archie Comics line coming up very soon. Archie #1 will be all Fiona Staples with some Mark Waid (writer) thrown in.
Action Comics #15 (2013) A Superman variant cover.
Rat Queens #1 (2013) Talks of a television show had this comic through the roof at one point. Its since cooled down. But the Staples variant is still going for some good big bucks.
Betty and Veronica #267 (2013) The first official Archie “comic book”. A variant cover. Not a magazine type. First Betty and Veronica art.
Velvet #1 (2013) A beautiful Midtown Comics variant cover here. An Ed Brubaker/Steve Epting book.
Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man #1 (2014) A variant cover supplied here. An original thought went into this Spidey variant, unlike the same old Spidey swinging from the buildings.
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