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Richard Bruning’s birthday

Richard Bruning’s birthday

Richard Bruning’s birthday

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Richard Bruning (born 7 February 1953, USA) is a graphic designer, editor, and comics creator.

In the early 1980s, he was editor-in-chief and art director at Capital Comics for “Nexus”, “Badger”, “Whisper” and other titles.

He moved to New York City in 1985 to become DC Comics’ design director. For the next five years he contributed to the design of titles including “Watchmen” and “Batman: The Dark Knight Returns”

Bruning designed the branding and logo design for DC’s Vertigo imprint for mature-readers titles. He also oversaw the development and packaging of graphic novels and DC’s first collected editions.

He occasionally wrote stories — a ‘Green Lantern Corps’ story in “Green Lantern Annual” #3 (1987), an “Adam Strange” mini-series (1990), a ‘Dolphin’ story in “Secret Origins” #50 (1990). He wrote the ‘Flash Gordon’ Sunday newspaper strip for King Features in the 1990s.

From 1996 to 2010, he returned to DC first as vice president-creative director, then senior vice-president in 2002. He helped create DC’s new company brand, known colloquially as the ‘DC Spin’, in 2005.

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(Andy Kubert created the cover of “Adam Strange” #1, 1990.)

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