Dave Gibbons established himself in underground comics and fanzines in Britain before becoming a frequent contributor to the seminal 2000AD, illustrating Harlem Heroes, Dan Dare and co-creating Rogue Trooper. Since then, he has drawn and written for most comics publishers on both sides of the Atlantic. His work has encompassed Dr Who, Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, Captain America, Dr Strange, Hulk, Predator and Aliens. With writer Frank Miller he co-created Give Me Liberty and Martha Washington Goes To War. Watchmen, his collaboration with writer Alan Moore, is the best-selling graphic novel ever published and was adapted into a major motion picture. His autobiographical graphic novel The Originals which he wrote, drew and lettered won him an Eisner Award which he didn't have to share with anyone.
His recent work has involved consultancy on motion books for the MADEFIRE app and other ground-breaking storytelling technologies