As well as Nikolai Dante other notable works include Shakara (with artist Henry Flint), Shimura (most notable for the mainstream debut of artist Frank Quitely) and stints on Batman and Spider-Man as well as work on the Wildstorm superhero comics The Authority and Wildcats.
Morrison's writing is noted for an epic, in some ways slightly old-fashioned feel. He has stated in a 2005 interview with the Judge Dredd Megazine that he is interested in reviving comic strips in genres other than science fiction, superhero and fantasy fictions. In addition to his creative duties, Morrison has worked as a consultant for the Scottish Arts Council, promoting the comics format.
He is currently working on Shimura with Brendan McCarthy and Dumas with Jim Murray.
For one of the nicest gentlemen you will meet in this industry, Robbie Morrison concocts some fiendishly devilish work which knocks you out of your chair, kicks you in the ass and throws you out on the street! - Jim Lee.
I'm always delighted to get one of Robbie Morrison's scripts. A realisation that has dawned on me over time is that if you can read the script for a panel or balloon and letter it without going back to check, it's a good script. Awkward sentence structures and waffle just become words, and you don't get into the spirit of it. Robbie is always effortless to read and letter and the story unfolds like magic. - Annie Parkhouse (letterer)