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ADAMS, NEAL 
 Name and vital stats 
  ADAMS, NEAL [1941- ] (artist; writer; publisher; editor)  
 Pen names 
  HARPER ADAMS (shared with Steve Harper)  
 Education 
  High School of Industrial Arts, New York City  
 Family in arts 
  Wife: Marilyn Adams; Son: Joel Adams; Former spouse: Cory Adams; Daughter: Kristine Adams  
 Influences 
  Bernie Fuchs; Bob Peak; Joe Kubert; Mort Drucker  
  Russ Heath; Austin Briggs; Lou Fine  
 Member 
  Academy of Comic Book Arts (founder and first president)  
 Print Media (non-comics) 
  Artist: 1959 United Presbyterian Church > 59 
  Artist: 1960-61 Johnstone and Cushing > 60 61 
  Artist: 1969 Harvard Annual Report > 69 
  Artist: 1975/77 Art of Neal Adams, vol. 1 and 2 > 75 77 
  Artist: 1976/79 Neal Adams Treasury Vol. 1 and 2 > 76 79 
  Artist: 1991 Promotions for Capt. Planet [TV series] > 91 
  Artist: Advertising: American Machine Foundry, Avco Embassy, G.I. Joe Dolls  
  Artist: Advertising: Avon Cosmetics, Bell, Bose sound equipment, Camels  
  Artist: Advertising: Bell, National Cash Register, Popov Vodka, Fresca  
  Artist: Advertising: Breck, Chevrolet, Miles Shoes, Massengill, Esso  
  Artist: Advertising: Capitol Tapes, Goodyear Tire, Savage Rifles  
  Artist: Advertising: Colonial Bank, Dr. Rhythm machine, Crest Toothpaste [inks]  
  Artist: Advertising: Metropolis Amusement Park, New York Telephone, Tintex Dye  
  Artist: Advertising: Time Magazine, Inco Nickle, Lady Schick, Levittown  
  Artist: Album covers: 1972-75 Who Will Save the World '72; All the Girls in the World Beware!!! '74; Promised Love '75 > 72 73 74 75 
  Artist: Album covers: 1990 Trixter > 90 
  Artist: Album covers: See comics 'with record album'  
  Artist: Calendar: 1989 Batman > 89 
  Artist: Dustjacket: 1966 Put-ons and Put-downs > 66 
  Artist: Dustjacket: 1972 Mighty Groundhogs' Who Will Save the World? > 72 
  Artist: Dustjacket: 1990 Trixter's Trixter > 90 
  Artist: Juvenile books: 1976/88-89 Jimmy Carter '76; Superman Birthday '88; Superman '89 > 76 88 89 
  Artist: Magazines: 1962 Boys' Life > 62 
  Artist: Magazines: 1964 Discover > 64 
  Artist: Magazines: 1964/66 Literary Cavalcade > 64 66 
  Artist: Magazines: 1972-73 Playboy > 72 73 
  Artist: Magazines: 1974 Electric Company > 74 
  Artist: Magazines: c1978 New Times > 78 
  Artist: Magazines: Weird Heroes vol. 2, as Cordwainer Bird; Favor; Mechanix Illustrated  
  Artist: National Cartoonists Society Portfolio  
  Artist: Paperbacks: 1975 Great Crimes of San Francisco; Warner Books; Swords Against Darkness #3; Weird Heroes > 75 
  Artist: Paperbacks: 1975-76 Tarzan > 75 76 
  Artist: Paperbacks: 1976 The Platypus of Doom > 76 
  Artist: Portfolios / Prints: 1982-86 Neal Adams Portfolios > 82 83 84 85 86 
  Artist: Posters: 1970s Movies > 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 
  Artist: Posters: 1973 Capt. Cash New York Lottery; Count Dracula > 73 
  Artist: Posters: Nunzio; Look-Out! [clowns]  
  Artist: Posters: Phantom of the Paradise; Warp Broadway; Werewolf; Skateboard; Superman  
  Artist: Psychology Today; Scholastic Magazine  
  Artist: Sal Quartuccio prints  
  Artist: Scholastic Magazine [3-D]; Tarzan; Grizzly  
  Artist: The Death of Bruce Lee; Star Reach  
  Assistant Artist: Juvenile books: c1965 Ben Casey > 65 
  Penciler: Contributor: 1984 Pretty Girl Sketchbook > 84 
  Penciler: Contributor: Heroines Portfolio  
 Animation: Les Studios Potterton 
  Character Designer: 1981 Heavy Metal, feature film > 81 
 Animation: Turner Home Entertainment 
  Character Designer: 1990 Capt. Planet > 90 
 Animation: Zander 
  Storyboarder: Crest commercials c1977 > 77 
 Performing Arts 
  Costume and Set Designer: The Forever War; Warp 1973 > 73 
  Producer, Director & Actor: TV: Nannaz 1983-84 > 83 84 
  Producer: Record albums with comics  
  Storyboarder: Commercials: Alka Seltzer; Mr. Coffee Maker; AT&T; Hardees Hamburgers; Ford; Hefty Trash Can Liners  
  Storyboarder: Commercials: Pips; Light and Lively; Breck; Mercury; Purina Dog Chow; Doublemint; Sealtest  
  Storyboarder: Film: Moments 1977 > 77 
 Commercial Art & Design 
  Continuity Associates 1970s-90s > 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 
 Additional biography 
  Action #476 [DC Profiles] 1977  
  Amazing Heroes #67, 1985  
  Art of Neal Adams, 2 vol. 1976/79  
  Cartoonist PROfiles #11-12, #15, 1971-72  
  Comic Art Con Book 1972  
  Comic Book Artist #1, Spr., 1998; #3, Win., 1999; #4, Spr., 1999; #5, Sum., 1999 [interviews and checklists]  
  Comic Book Marketplace #40 Oct., 1996; #42-46, 1992-97  
  Comic Book Marketplace #56 Feb., 1998  
  Comics Journal #43 Dec., 1978; #45, 53, 72, 100, 1979-85  
  Eerie #27 [Warren Publication]  
  Fantastic Four Annual #7  
  Graphis #15, 1972 Swiss fanzine  
  Great Comic Book Artists 1986 book  
  Gremlin 1970  
  Inside Comics #1, 1974  
  Neal Adams Index 1974  
  Panelologist [the electronic edition] Vol. 16 #5 June, 1997  
  Video: Masters Of Comic Book Art 1987  
  Voice of Comicdom #14  
  Wonderful World of Comix #3  
  World Encyclopedia of Comics 1976  
  Zoom [France] c1972  
 Honors 
  Academy of Comic Book Arts Shazam for Best Dramatic Penciller 1971 > 71 
  Comics Fandom's Alley Award Best Penciler 1969 > 69 
  Eisner Hall of Fame Award (San Diego Comicon) 1998 > 98 
  Fandom's Goethe Favorite Pro Artist 1970 > 70 
  Harvey Award 1999 Jack Kirby Award (Lifetime Achievement) > 99 
  Inkpot Award (San Diego Comicon) 1976 > 76 
  Phoenix Best Foreign Artist 1971 > 71 
 Syndication 
  BAT MASTERSON [daily] (ghost pen&ink/) 1959 three months for Columbia Features > 59 
  BEN CASEY [daily] (pen/ink/some wr/) 1962-66 for NEA > 62 63 64 65 66 
  BEN CASEY [Sunday] (pen/ink/) 1962-66 for NEA > 62 63 64 65 66 
  BIG BEN BOLT [Sunday] (pen/ink/) 1978 for King Features Syndicate > 78 
  BUCK ROGERS [Sunday] (ghost ink/) 1981 a few for New York Times Special Features Syndicate > 81 
  HEART OF JULIET JONES, THE [daily] (asst pen/) 1966 for King Features Syndicate > 66 
  ON STAGE [daily] (ghost pen/) c1970 one month for Chicago Tribune-New York News Syndicate > 70 
  PETER SCRATCH [daily] (ghost pen/) 1966 for New York Newsday > 66 
  RIP KIRBY [daily] (asst pen/) 1968 for King Features Syndicate > 68 
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