John Lindley Byrne (born July 6, 1950) is a British-born comic-book writer and artist of comic books. Since the mid-1970s, Byrne has worked on many major American superheroes.
Professional History of John Byrne is unknown.
- Byrne Robotics (official site). WebCitation archive.
- SlushFactory.com: IMO (column), “Your Old Stuff Was Better,” by John Byrne. July 8, 2003
- John Byrne at the Comic Book DB
- John Byrne at Mike's Amazing World of Comics
- John Byrne at the Lambiek Comiclopedia
- John Byrne at the Unofficial handbook of Marvel Comics Creators
- Byrne, Craig. Krypton Club newsletter #11, (June 1, 1995)
- Thomas, Michael. "John Byrne: The Hidden Answers", Comic Book Resources (August 22, 2000)
- Cooke, Jon B. "Byrne's Robotics: The prolific Marvel/DC stalwart on his big break at Charlton", Comic Book Artist #12 (March 2001)
- Lofgren, Derek. Simply Strata (c. 2002)
- Lifestyle for Gamers, UGO (c. 2004)
- P., Ken. "The Dirty Dozen Starring John Byrne", IGN (April 1, 2005)
- Around Comics, part I (September 11, 2006)
- Around Comics, part II (September 14, 2006)
- Ong Pang Kean, Benjamin. "Talking Star Trek with John Byrne", Newsarama (January 3, 2008)
- During "Assistant Editor's Month", John Byrne appeared in an issue of Fantastic Four as the Chronicler. The Watcher gave Byrne the assignment of chronicling the trial of Reed Richards.
- Gallery of John Byrne's pictures
- John Byrne's Images as a Penciler
- John Byrne's Images as an Inker
- John Byrne's Images as a Cover Artist
Links and References
- John Byrne/Gallery
- Byrne Robotics (Byrne's web site)
- John Byrne article at the DC Database Project
- John Byrne at Wikipedia
- The John Byrne Forum
- John Byrne's IMO - An opinion column at the UGO web portal.
- Lambiek Comiclopedia
- Byrne interview on his early career, Comic Book Artist #12, 2001
- Roger Stern interview re: Byrne, Comic Book Artist #12, 2001
- Interview with Top Two Three Films for Adventures Into Digital Comics
- Adventures Into Digital Comics Official Web Site
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