Timothy Green II

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Timothy Green II
OccupationComic book artist
Years active1996 - present
Notable workAeon Flux

Timothy Green II (also credited as Timothy Green or Timothy II) is an American comic book artist who is known for his work on such titles as Fraction , Aeon Flux , Rush City , Annihilation: ConquestStar-Lord , The Immortal Iron Fist and Generation Hope . [1] [2]



Growing up, Green read mostly superhero comics until discovering Moebius, whom he now cites as his primary influence, [3] as well as Otomo Katsuhiro, Geoff Darrow, J. C. Leyendecker, Gustave Doré, Franklin Booth, Doug Chiang, Koji Morimoto, Olivier Coipel, Joe Madureira, Jim Lee and Art Adams. [4]


Interior comic work includes:

Covers only

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  1. Johnston, Rich (2020-02-03). "Timothy Green II Joins Eduardo Garcia in Hexagon Graphic Novels For February". bleedingcool.com. Bleeding Cool. Retrieved 2023-06-08. And for February , that means two books by Jean-Marc Lofficier, Hexagon Vs Heptagon with Eduardo Garcia and Time Brigade with Timothy Green II
  2. "Timothy Green II". marvel.com. Marvel. Retrieved 2023-06-08.
  3. Burlingame, Russ (February 16, 2015). "Keith Giffen and Timothy Green II Discuss Supergirl: Matrix". comicbook.com.
  4. Kach, Joe (November 25, 2012). "The Everywhereman: An Interview with Timothy Green II". Mightyville.