Spider-Man superstar artist, Alex Saviuk, is appearing at Holiday Cosplay Tampa Bay 2022 in Tampa on December 10-11 at the Tampa Convention Center. He is best known for his seven-year run on the first volume of Web of Spider-Man, which ran for 129 issues between 1985-1995. In addition, Saviuk’s notable career began with The Flash, Green Lantern Green Arrow, and Superman.
Web of Spider-Man
The “Tribute-to-Teen-Agers” story in Web of Spider-Man issue #35 was the Saviuk’s debut, along with writer Gerry Conway. Later in issue #100, Saviuk teamed with writer Terry Kavanagh for the legendary ‘Spider-Armor’ issue (below).
More Spider-Man by Saviuk
Saviuk‘s Spider-Man work doesn’t stop with Web of Spider-Man. He also drew the The Amazing Spider-Man: Parallel Lives graphic novel (1989, image below). And Saviuk worked on the series Spider-Man Adventures (1994-1996, later retitled The Adventures of Spider-Man). Moreover, he was the artist for The Amazing Spider-Man Sunday newspaper comic strip, written by Stan Lee (started in 1997). Most recently in 2019, he created variant covers for Symbiote Spider-Man #1–5 series 1 and 2 for Marvel.
Drawing Superman, Green Lantern and The Flash: What a Great First Job!
His first job with DC Comics in the 1970s had him illustrating titles like Green Lantern, The Flash, and Superman — what incredible first assignments! (Editor’s note: My first job involved a great deal of fetching coffee for grumpy people).
Saviuk Illustrated The Flash Issue Where Iris Allen Dies
Of particular importance, Saviuk drew The Flash #275 (July 1979), which is the issue that Iris West Allen was killed.
Saviuk Drew Green Lantern Green Arrow #100
Saviuk’s first full work for DC Comics was Green Lantern #100 (Jan. 1978), which introduced an updated version of the Air Wave character.
Interested in Owning Your Own Saviuk Art?
Additionally, Saviuk illustrates incredible commissions.
Alex Saviuk is a Holiday Cosplay Tampa Bay 2022 Comic Artist Guest
Saviuk will be at Holiday Cosplay Tampa Bay 2022 in Tampa on December 10-11, at the unforgettable Tampa Convention Center located in Tampa. Holiday Cosplay Tampa Bay is a two-day, festive, multi-genre comic convention in Tampa that features comics, anime, science fiction and fantasy talent, along with a guest roster of the nation’s top cosplayers. Tickets include single day for $30, and weekend pass for $45.