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Norm Breyfogle

American comics artist

Norm Breyfogle is ...


Born 27 February 1960 in Iowa City
Died 24 September 2018 in Michigan
Age 58 years, 7 months
Cause cerebrovascular disease

Sex or gender male
Country of citizenship United States of America
Occupation comics artist

About Norm Breyfogle

Norm Breyfogle was an American comic book artist known for his work on Batman and Detective Comics in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Born on February 27, 1960, in Iowa City, Iowa, Breyfogle grew up in Houghton, Michigan, where he developed a love for comics at a young age.

After attending Northern Michigan University, Breyfogle moved to New York City to pursue a career in comics. He began working for DC Comics in 1984, where he quickly made a name for himself with his dynamic and expressive artwork.

Breyfogle's most famous work came on the Batman series, where he worked with writer Alan Grant to create some of the most memorable stories of the era. His distinctive style, which combined a fluid, organic line with a strong sense of composition and storytelling, helped to redefine the character for a new generation of readers.

In addition to his work on Batman, Breyfogle also worked on a number of other DC Comics titles, including Detective Comics, The Spectre, and Anarky. He also worked for Marvel Comics, where he illustrated titles such as Avengers West Coast and Moon Knight.

Breyfogle's career was tragically cut short in 2014, when he suffered a stroke that left him unable to draw. He passed away on September 24, 2018, at the age of 58.

Despite his untimely death, Breyfogle's legacy lives on through his groundbreaking work on Batman and his influence on a generation of comic book artists. His unique style and storytelling abilities continue to inspire new generations of creators, making him one of the most important figures in the history of American comics.


- "Norm Breyfogle, Batman Artist, Dies at 58" - The New York Times

- "Norm Breyfogle, Batman Artist and Co-Creator of Anarky, Dies at 58" - The Hollywood Reporter

- "Remembering Norm Breyfogle, the Batman Artist Who Redefined the Dark Knight" - Syfy Wire

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