Lee Weeks is an artist and writer, known for his work on characters such as Daredevil, Gambit, Hulk, Spider-man, and Superman, among many others. His breakthrough came penciling Daredevil, a run that culminated in “The Fall of the Kingpin” storyline. He later drew the first Gambit series before going on to draw projects for both Dark Horse and DC Comics, a notable highlight from that period being his work on Batman Chronicles: The Gauntlet.
Upon returning to Marvel, Lee wrote and drew the Spider-Man mini-series, “Death and Destiny”, after which he penciled the award-winning Spider-Man story, “Gentlemen’s Agreement”, as well as the Hulk story arc, “Tempest Fugit”. He has worked on just about every major character while partnering with some of the most celebrated talents in the industry’s history, including Dave Gibbons, Walter Simonson, Bill Sienkiewicz, and even Stan Lee.
Lee returned to Daredevil (Daredevil: Dark Nights) to write and draw the critically well-received, “Angels Unaware.” He also penciled the acclaimed miniseries Superman: Lois & Clark, which has become an integral part for DC’s relaunch of their line with, “Rebirth.” He is currently working on various projects at DC.