McKelvie at the New York Comic Con in Manhattan, October 10, 2010.
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Long Hot Summer|
Since 2003, McKelvie has collaborated with journalist Kieron Gillen on a comic strip for the official PlayStation Magazine UK, entitled Save Point. He has worked on a number of projects for Image Comics, including Phonogram. His next major work was with colorist Guy Major and Matthew Wilson on his creator-owned series Suburban Glamour.
He has done various work for Marvel Comics, including a run on Defenders with Matt Fraction, and the X-Men: Season One graphic novel with Dennis Hopeless. In 2012 he redesigned the costume of long-time character Carol Danvers, for a relaunch of the character as the new Captain Marvel. He has collaborated with Gillen on a relaunch of Young Avengers for Marvel. Currently he and Gillen are working on a third volume of Phonogram, and on a new series called The Wicked and the Divine.
- "Loss" (with writer Amber Benson, in Four Letter Worlds, 144 pages, Image Comics, April 2005, ISBN 1-58240-439-9)
- Long Hot Summer (with Eric Stephenson, graphic novel, 96 pages, Image Comics, September 2005, ISBN 1-58240-559-X)
- Phonogram Volume 1: Rue Britannia (with Kieron Gillen, 6-issue limited series, Image Comics, 2006, tpb, 144 pages, Image, June 2007, ISBN 1-58240-694-4)
- Suburban Glamour (script and art, 4-issue mini-series, Image Comics, October 2007. tpb, 104 pages, Image, April 2008, ISBN 1-58240-878-5)
- "Migas" (with writer Matt Fraction, Nightcrawler story in X-Men: Divided We Stand #1, comics anthology, Marvel Comics, June 2008)
- Phonogram Volume 2: The Singles Club (with Kieron Gillen, 7-issue limited series, Image Comics, 2008)
- SIEGE Loki (One shot with Kieron Gillen)
- Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man (Co-Artist Issue 150 with writer Brian Michael Bendis)
- Invincible Iron Man (back up stories by Matt Fraction in issues 32 and 33)
- Generation Hope (issues 5 and 9, with writer Kieron Gillen)
- Secret Avengers (with writer Warren Ellis, issue 16, Marvel Comics, August 2011)
- X-Men Season One (with writer Dennis Hopeless, graphic novel, 98 pages, Marvel Comics, March 2012)
- Defenders (with writer Matt Fraction, issues 8-11)
- Marvel Now Point One (part, with Kieron Gillen, Marvel Comics, 2012)
- Young Avengers (with Kieron Gillen, Marvel Comics, 2013-4)
- Phonogram Volume 3: The Immaterial Girl (with Kieron Gillen, Image Comics, 2014-)
- The Wicked and the Divine (with Kieron Gillen, Image Comics, 2014-)
- Hack/Slash #11 (alternative cover)
- Captain Marvel #9
- Ms. Marvel (Kamala Khan) #1 (alternative cover), #2, #3, #4, #5
- The Fuse #3 (alternative cover)
- Kudos 2, Positech Games
- Ching, Albert (March 22, 2012). "Jamie McKelvie Details his Captain Marvel Redesign". Newsarama. http://www.newsarama.com/comics/captain-marvel-design-jamie-mckelvie.html.
- Richards, Dave (October 9, 2012). "EXCLUSIVE: Gillen & McKelvie Assemble New Volume of "Young Avengers"". Comic Book Resources. http://www.comicbookresources.com/?page=article&id=41439.
- Gillen, Kieron (September 27, 2012). "Oh, Our Meeting Lit a Fuse In My Heart, Devoured Me". Phonogram. http://www.phonogramcomic.com/?p=38.
- Wheeler, Andrew (January 9, 2014). " Exclusive: Gillen & McKelvie Announce 'The Wicked and the Divine' For Image". Comics Alliance.
- Khouri, Andy (March 4, 2011). " Jamie McKelvie’s Art Brut Album Cover with Exclusive Kieron Gillen Commentary". Comics Alliance.
- " Art Brut's 'Brilliant! Tragic!' album cover art by Jamie McKelvie". Marvel.com. Retrieved September 9, 2013.
- Reed, Patrick A. (September 1, 2011). "Pop Music Comics: Brilliant! Tragic! (inspired by the songs Of Art Brut)". Depth of Field Magazine.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Jamie McKelvie.|
- Official website
- Jamie McKelvie's Workblog
- Jamie McKelvie at the Comic Book DB
- Jamie McKelvie on Tumblr
- Jamie McKelvie on Myspace
- McKelvie, Jamie (Mar 31, 2009). "Digital Creator Spotlight - Jamie McKelvie". Marvel.com.
- Moondaughter, Wolfen (February 2005). "Let Me Introduce You: Jamie McKelvie". Sequential Tart.
- Rappaport, Adrienne (September 2005). "Jamie McKelvie". Sequential Tart.
- Khouri, Andy (July 11, 2007). "'A Life Less Ordinary: McKelvie's 'Suburban Glamour'". Comic Book Resources.
- Storm, Marc (February 11, 2009). "Cable: Independent Spirit". Marvel.com.
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