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Don Simpson is an American freelance cartoonist, comic book artist and illustrator, most noted for creating Bizarre Heroes, Megaton Man, Border Worlds, and the official comic adaption of King Kong.
Total Books: 11
Simpson's credits as an illustrator include illustrations for L. Sprague de Camp's The Ragged Edge of Science (1980) and Al Franken's bestseller A Fair and Balanced Look At the Right (2004).
Simpson debuted as a comic artist in 1984 with Megaton Man, a Kitchen Sink title that showcased Simpson’s gift for parody and bombastic page layouts. Obviously geared towards an audience that was brought up on 1960s superhero comics, Megaton Man was a satire on everything that Marvel Comics was about, right down to the lettering and alliterative captions. Unlike Alan Moore’s 1963, Simpson was not out to recreate house ads, Stan’s Soapbox or attack his subjects directly. His style suggested a love for the era and the genre, but also a wish to use it as a springboard for new directions.
Additionally, he worked under the pseudonym "Anton Drek", and was responsible for several pornographic comic book titles, including "Wendy Whitebread, Undercover Slut" and "Forbidden Frankenstein."