Dave Taylor is a New York Times best selling (for BATMAN: DEATH BY DESIGN with Chip Kidd) writer/artist who is perhaps best known for his work on BATMAN and JUDGE DREDD.
Starting with Marvel UK in the early 90's on ZORRO and GENE DOGS (co-created with fellow Brit John Freeman) he went on, via FORCE WORKS (Iron Man), to become a regular Batman artist, working predominantly with Alan Grant. He is more widely known in Europe for his adult only series TONGUE LASH, produced as a homage to his friend and collaborator (French legend) Jean Moebius Giraud, who he worked with on an AZRAK story.
Taylor is now a regular contributor to 2000 AD on JUDGE DREDD. He is currently working on a number of projects for them with Ian Edginton. He is also writing and illustrating a BATMAN: BLACK AND WHITE project, an issue of Image's PROPHET, and is contributing concept and storyboard art for a movie about the 1980 Rendlashem Forest UFO case. He is a UFO/ET researcher and supporter of The Disclosure Project.
He might not be 100% human.
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