12 Facts About Art Thibert


Arthur Thibert is a comic book artist, primarily known as a freelance inker, although he has a substantial resume as a penciler and has even written some comics.


Art Thibert broke into comics in 1986, as an inker for WaRP Graphics' Myth Adventures.


Art Thibert truly latched on to the industry in 1989, becoming regular inker for DC's The Adventures of Superman until 1991.


From 1991 to 2004, Art Thibert inked almost exclusively for Marvel, many of those years spent on their X-Men titles.


Art Thibert inked X-Factor for much of 1991, and was the regular inker of X-Men vol.


From 1993 to 1995, Thibert associated himself with the "upstart" Image Comics, where he primarily inked covers, for such titles as Spawn, Supreme, Team Youngblood, and Brigade.


From 1999 to 2000, Art Thibert inked virtually the entire run of Bishop: The Last X-Man.


Art Thibert was the regular inker of Ultimate X-Men in 2001, and again from 2003 to 2004.


In 2005, Art Thibert moved back to DC, where he inked the Outsiders from 2005 to 2007, mostly over Matthew Clark's pencils.


In 2007, Art Thibert was the regular inker of The Flash: The Fastest Man Alive; and in 2008 he returned to inking Mark Bagley on DC's Trinity title.


Art Thibert has twice won the Wizard Fan Award for Favorite Inker, in 2001 and 2002.


In 2011 Art Thibert was awarded the Props Award for inker deserving more recognition by the Inkwell Awards.