Tom Lyle Bio, Wiki, Age, Wife, Children, Death, Net Worth

Tom Lyle Bio
Tom Lyle Bio

Tom Lyle Bio – Tom Lyle Wiki

Tom Lyle ( born November 2, 1953, and died November 19, 2019) was an American comics artist who was best known for his work on Starman and Robin for DC Comics as well as Spider-Man for Marvel Comics.

Quick Bio
Birth Date November 2, 1953
Birth Place Jacksonville, FL
Death Date November 19, 2019
Age 66 years
Profession comics artist
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Tom Lyle Career

After drawing Airboy for Eclipse Comics, Tom Lyle first came to prominence as penciler on DC Comics’ Starman with writer Roger Stern. The creative team introduced the second Blockbuster in Starman.

Lyle worked on the first Robin limited series with writer Chuck Dixon. The series had many reprintings of the first few issues as well as two sequel miniseries – Robin II: Joker’s Wild and Robin III: Cry of the Huntress – by the same creative team. Dixon and Lyle co-created the Electrocutioner in Detective Comics and Stephanie Brown in Detective Comics.

Lyle’s next project was The Comet for DC Comics’ Impact Comics imprint, which he pencilled and plotted with writer Mark Waid contributing the scripts.

At Marvel Comics, Lyle co-created the character Annex in The Amazing Spider-Man Annual with writer Jack C. Harris. As penciler of Spider-Man, Lyle was one of the artists on the Maximum Carnage and Clone Saga storylines which ran through the Spider-Man titles.

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During this time he designed the original blue hoodie-and-red spandex costume worn by the Scarlet Spider, a clone of Spider-Man.

Lyle’s other work for Marvel included The Punisher vol. 3 with writer John Ostrander and Warlock which he wrote himself.
He was also the artist on the comic Chickasaw Adventures. Between 2005 and his death in 2019, he taught sequential art at the Savannah College of Art and Design.

Death and Cause

Comic book artist Tom Lyle, known for his work on the Spider-Man and Batman franchises through the 1990s. Lyle underwent surgery early last month to remove a blood clot in his brain following an aneurysm the month prior. He had fallen into a coma, with plans being made for long-term care as of mid-October, per a public update from a friend.