GEORGES JEANTY is an Eisner Award-winning, New York Times bestselling comic book illustrator, whose first major work was Marvel Comics’ BISHOP: THE LAST X-MAN (1999).
Currently, his work can be seen in AGE OF X-MAN: THE X-TREMISTS, part of Marvel’s “Enter the Age of X-Man” story arc.
Along with his work on many Marvel and DC Comics titles, Georges is known for the critically acclaimed, sixties-era graphic novel THE AMERICAN WAY (2006) written by screenwriter John Ridley and published by DC Comics, its sequel THE AMERICAN WAY: THOSE ABOVE AND THOSE BELOW (2017), and being a regular artist for Dark Horse Comics’ official continuation of BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER and SERENITY (2007-2018).
2005 – Wizard Book of the Month
Legion of Superheroes v5 #9 (DC Comics)
2007 – Diamond Comic Distributors, Comic Book of the Year, under $3.00
Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Season Eight #1 (Dark Horse)
2008 – Diamond Comic Distributors, Licensed Comic Book of the Year
Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Season Eight #12 (Dark Horse)
2008 – Eisner Award, Best New Series
Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Season Eight (Dark Horse)
2009 – GLAAD Media Awards, 20th Annual Outstanding Comic Book
Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Season Eight “Wolves at the Gate” (Dark Horse)
2009 – Wizard Magazine, Top 100 Graphic Novels of the Wizard Magazine Era
Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Season Eight “Wolves at the Gate” Placed #67 (Dark Horse)
2014 – New York Times Bestseller List
Serenity: Leaves On The Wind Graphic Novel (Dark Horse)
Looking for Georges panels at a comic con? Here are panels he regularly participates in:
COMIC BOOK INDUSTRY
Comic books and Hollywood
Diversity in comics
Comic book storytelling fundamentals
College Majoring or Minoring in Art
Strong women lead characters in comics
Working for independent comic book publishers
Working with licensed characters
Find profiles of Georges on the following websites:
ComiXology – A complete list of Georges’ digital comics from the world’s largest cloud-based digital comics service
Dark Horse Digital – Buffy and Serenity and The Guild! OH MY
Marvel Comics – X-Men, Deadpool, Gambit, Bishop and more
DC Comics – Batman, American Way, Superman, Superboy, Batwoman and more
Comic Art Fans – A gallery of Georges’ comic book art sold to fans
Comic Art Community – Pinups and comic book cover art
Comic Book Data Base – Georges comic book and graphic novel checklist
Wikipedia – Georges’ Wikipedia entry
All the links below contain protentional spoilers. Video interviews and reviews are located on the Kaba Lounge YouTube page.
FROM CBR NEWS: The end credits have rolled for Dark Horse’s “Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Season 8,” and “Season 9” — now with Angel — looms large for an as-yet unannounced season premiere.
Here’s an interview I did for the website Buffy Angel Show. It’s in French but if you have Google Chrome you can use the translate feature.
Georges answers fan questions about Buffy’s superpowers, the build-up to issue #39, and the Angel-Buffy-Spike triangle.
Here’s an interview I did for comiccon.com with writer Christos Gage.
Joined by special guests Georges Jeanty (Serenity: Leaves on the Wind, Buffy: Seasons 8 and 9, The Joker’s Daughter) and Camden Toy (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Monster School), the FBC staff will review the top geek stories of the week from the popular, daily e-newsletter, The Fanboy Scoop.
A fan favorite feature on the StayAlive website, members get to have an open-floor discussion with Georges and get insight to the creative process of “Season 9” from the Buffy artist. Many thanks to Wenxina!
At his SDCC panel, Georges shares his own experiences of working on the Buffy book with creator, Joss Whedon.
FROM NEWSARAMA.COM: Buffy: Season Eight #40 (Published by Dark Horse Comics; Review by Teresa Jusino): In one issue, Joss Whedon has conveyed not only the entire point of Buffy The Vampire Slayer, but the importance and brilliance of Buffy herself.
FROM RT BOOK REVIEWS: Artist Georges Jeanty has illustrated several well-known superheroes including the Green Lantern and Superman. But then in 2007 his career took a turn toward the supernatural when Joss Whedon picked him to illustrate the Buffy the Vampire comic books.