UPCOMING SHOW: April 3rd-5th, 2020
Scott Hanna

SCOTT HANNA
Avengers, Spider-Man, IronMan, X-Men, Hulk, Justice League, Superman, Detective Comics

A top inker in the graphic novel industry, Scott Hanna has been drawing and inking comic books for over 25 years. His work has been published in well over 100 graphic novels, and heʼs inked nearly 15,000 pages of graphic art.

At Marvel Comics, Scottʼs worked on all the top characters at the company, including the Avengers, Spider-Man, IronMan, the X-Men and the Hulk. Heʼs drawn Spider-man for fifteen years, working on almost every title starring the wall-crawler. At DC Comics, he worked on many of their major titles including Superman, Justice League and most notably a five year run on Detective Comics starring Batman.

Currently, he is working on Avengers vs. X-Men, and Avengers for Marvel, and Green Lantern Corps and Phantom Stranger for DC Comics.

Scott received two 2012 Inkwell awards – “Most Adaptable Inker” and “The Props Award”, two 2011 Inkwell Awards for “Favorite Inker” and “Most Adaptable Inker”, the 2010 Inkwell Award for “Most Adaptable Inker”, the 2005 Wizard Fan Award for “Best Inker” and the 2002 Eisner award for “Best Serialized Story” – Amazing Spider-Man #30-35: “Coming Home”.

Scott co-founded The Arts and Fashion Institute™ in Upper Bucks County/Lehigh Valley which he is currently building into a notable art school with a specialization in drawing and sequential art. WWW.ARTSandFASHIONINSTITUTE.COM

His work appeared in the Smithsonianʼs 9/11 anniversary exhibit with artwork from the  book HEROES. He had a one man show at the Storefront Artist Project in Pittsfield, MA “the Art of Scott Hanna”, and his art was featured in a 2010 exhibit at the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art in NYC.

With guest appearances on national and local television, radio, museums, historical societies, libraries, the internet, and national comic book conventions, Scott has made a name as an accomplished lecturer and instructor. He authored an article on the “inking processʼ for Wizard magazine.

Scott Hanna is a third generation artist. His grandfather did manuscript and book illumination and his mother, Annette Hanna, is an award-winning portrait and landscape artist who also teaches Portraiture and Plein Air Painting at the Arts and Fashion Institute™. Scott majored in illustration at Pratt Institute in NYC. He lives in Bucks County, PA with his wife, “Project Runway” designer Pamela Ptak, who has just been filmed for an upcoming episode of AMC Networkʼs “Comic Book Men”.

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