Tony Moore — the talented comic artist who rose to new heights with the popularity of the “The Walking Dead” franchise — talks with fans in an intimate setting at the 2018 Niagara Falls Comic Con about his career and the comics industry.
Tony Moore is an American comic book artist whose work consists mainly of genre pieces — most notably in horror and science fiction — with co-created titles such as “Fear Agent” at Dark Horse Comics, “The Exterminators” at DC/Vertigo, “Brit” and the first six issues of “The Walking Dead” at Image Comics, although he continued to contribute to The Walking Dead title as a cover artist through issue #24 and illustrated covers for the series’ first four collected volumes. His contributions to that series earned him two Eisner Awards Nominations: ‘Best New Series’ in 2004 and ‘Best Cover Artist’ in 2005. Moore was the artist for Marvel Comics’ “Venom” series from 2010 to 2012 and contributed to their “Ghost Rider” and “Punisher” titles as well. He has contributed covers to numerous other titles, including Claudio Sanchez’s “The Amory Wars” and Rob Zombie’s “Spookshow International.” He also, along with Robert Kirkman, produced work for the Mattel-licensed “Masters of the Universe” property.