He was born in the Flushing neighborhood in the borough of Queens,
Like many artists, Rogers began doing back-up strips in various obscure anthology titles such as Weird War Tales, but he quickly cemented himself as a comic book legend for his distinctive technique on Detective Comics beginning with Detective Comics #466. Along with writer Steve Englehart, Rogers' run on Detective proved very popular and came to be known as the "Strange Apparitions" story-arc. Englhart and Rogers revisited the concept in 2005 with the Batman: Dark Detective limited series. In 1989, Rogers was the first artist to work on the new Batman newspaper comic strip.
- Marshall Rogers/Writer
- Marshall Rogers/Penciler
- Marshall Rogers/Inker
- Marshall Rogers/Cover Artist
- Marshall Rogers/Colourist
- Marshall Rogers/Creations
- Marshall Rogers's Images as a Penciler
- Marshall Rogers's Images as an Inker
- Marshall Rogers's Images as a Cover Artist
- Marshall Rogers's Images as a Colourist
- Was nominated at the 1978 Eagle Awards for Favorite Artist, for Favorite Single Story for Detective Comics #472, "I am the Batman" with Steve Englehart and for Favourite Continued Story for Detective Comics #471-472 with Steve Englehart.
- Won the 1979 Inkpot Award.
- Nominated at the 1979 Eagle Awards for Favourite Comicbook Artist (US), for Best Continued Story for Detective Comics #475-476 with Steve Englehart, and for Best Cover for Detective Comics #476.
- Marshall Rogers was one of several famed Batman artists whose work was the inspiration for one of the Batman black & white mini-statues.
Links and References
- Wikipedia:Marshall Rogers
- Marshall Rogers at Lambiek.net
- Marshall Rogers at Comicbookdb.com