Artist on Marvel's Wolverine, X-Men, and more!
"Nick Bradshaw conceives of impossible scenarios and then draws the living hell out of them. Wolverine Vs. Cyclops at 1500 feet surrounded by angry Sentinels? Executed to perfection. " - comicsillustrated.com
Nick Bradshaw is an Atlantic Canadian artist, mostly orientated in the comic book industry, his influences in artists like Arthur Adams, J Scott Campbell, Mike Wieringo, Alex Toth, Wally Wood, Mark Schultz and many others nurtured a more expressive style of illustration. He studied and worked in animation before attempting to self publish in 2001.His first pro work came as penciler for Army of Darkness comics from Dynamic Forces, then moved on to DC/Wildstorm and worked on titles such as Danger Girl and creator owned Rokkin. It was his contributions through the Hero Initiative though that got his work recognized by an Editor with Marvel in 2010. That started Bradshaw down the path to regular artist on Wolverine & The X-Men with Jason Aaron and many spectacular contributing artists in 2011. After working on that title for 3 years Bradshaw began a small run on Guardians of the Galaxy and exciting new upcoming, unannounced titles in the near future.