Tim Sale was an American Eisner Award-winning comics artist know all about Tim Sale Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education, Biography in this Blog.
Tim Sale Biography
|Real Name||Tim Sale|
|Birth Date||1 May 1956|
|Age (as of 2022)||66 years|
|Birth Place||Ithaca, New York, United States|
|Spouse / Partner||Name not known|
Tim Sale Family, Parents
Tim Sale was born in Ithaca, New York, on May 1, 1956. His parents, Dorothy Young and Roger Sale, were both literary critics. Most of his early life was spent in Seattle, Washington, where he moved with his family when he was six years old. He spent two years at the University of Washington before moving to New York City to go to the School of Visual Arts and John Buscema’s comics workshop. He went back to Seattle before he finished at SVA.
Tim Sale Wife, Children
Tim Sale is a Married man but he has not share any details about his Wife. The couple have a Daughter together.He has never shared his love life on the internet so there is not more information is available on social media about his personal life.
Tim Sale Net Worth
Tim Sale has an estimated Net Worth of $1Million – $2 Million in 2022.He earns a good fortune from his hard work , which he devotes a lot of time to and where he presents oneself entirely.
|Net Worth ( 2022 )||$1Million – $2 Million|
|Income Source||American artist|
|Income / Salary||Under Review|
Tim Sale Salary, Income Source
Here we discuss about his Salary, Income and Career Earnings. He earns a handsome salary from his profession. Via his sources of income, he has been able to accumulate good fortune to living a very lavish and comfortable lifestyle. His Accurate Salary Details is not mention yet on officially we will update soon.
Tim Sale Cause of Death
On June 13, 2022, Jim Lee announced Sale had been admitted to the hospital with severe health issues. Representatives of Sale later confirmed he was in the hospital while asking for privacy.Sale died three days later on June 16.
Tim Sale Professional Career
Sale began doing art for the series MythAdventures in 1983, and was soon working on Thieves’ World.The body of Sale’s comics work has been with collaborator Jeph Loeb.The duo, credited in their comics as ‘storytellers’, produced popular work such as the “Year 1”-centered Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight Halloween Specials,Batman: The Long Halloween,Batman: Dark Victory, as well as Superman for All Seasonsand Catwoman: When in Rome.
At Marvel Comics, the team has produced the so-called “color” books such as Daredevil: Yellow,Spider-Man: Blue,and Hulk: Gray.A Captain America: White limited series was announced in 2008 but only a #0 issue was published. The long-delayed project finally saw print in September 2015.
With Darwyn Cooke, Sale launched the Superman Confidential series in 2007.Sale worked on artwork for the television program Heroes, where his frequent collaborator Jeph Loeb served as a writer and producer. Sale’s artwork appeared in the show as the work of the precognitive artist Isaac Mendez as well as other artists on the show. Eric Powell was hired as the colorist for Sale’s work. Sale also created the font used in the show’s captions and credits, which he based on his handwriting.
Tim Sale Some Selective Work
Billi 99 (with Sarah Byam)
Grendel (with Matt Wagner)
Deathblow (with Jim Lee and Brandon Choi)
Superman Confidential [aka “Superman: Kryptonite”] (with Darwyn Cooke)
Tim Sale: Black And White hardcover (Active Images, 2004); Revised and Expanded Edition (Image Comics, 2008). An art and career retrospective of Tim Sale. By Richard Starkings and John “JG” Roshell with Tim Sale.
Tim Sale Short stories
Grendel: Black, White & Red #1 (Dark Horse Comics, 1998). Eight-page short story with writer Matt Wagner.
Robert E. Howard’s Myth Maker (1999). One-shot drawn by several pencillers such as John Bolton (also cover artist of the issue), Richard Corben or Kelley Jones. Tim Sale drew several pages, with script by Roy Thomas.
Vampirella: Rebirth #1 (Harris Comics, 1999). Eight-page short story with writer Jeph Loeb, and variant cover.
9-11: The World’s Finest Comic Book Writers & Artists Tell Stories to Remember, Volume Two (DC Comics). One-page short story from an idea by Chuck Kim.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Tales of the Slayers TPB (Dark Horse Comics, February 2002). Cover and short story (12 pages) written by Joss Whedon, about a female medieval vampire hunter.
JSA: All Stars #2 (DC Comics, 2003). Six-page back up story about the Golden Age Hawkman and Hawkgirl, with writer Jeph Loeb.
Tales of The Batman: Tim Sale collection of Batman tales drawn by Tim Sale in his career with writers Darwyn Cooke, Alan Grant, James Robinson, and Kelley Puckett, 240 pages, January 2009, ISBN 978-1401217358
Tim Sale Cover work
The Foot Soldiers #3 (Dark Horse Comics, 1996)
Adventures of Superman #597, Batgirl #21, Detective Comics #763, Harley Quinn #13, JSA #29 and The Spectre #10 (DC Comics, December 2001). All the issues were part of the “Last Laugh” crossover.
Flinch #5 (DC Comics/Vertigo, 1999)
El Diablo #1–4 (DC Comics/Vertigo, 2001)
Queen & Country #1–4 (Oni Press, 2001)
Detective Comics #777–796 (DC Comics, February 2003–September 2004)
Batgirl #69–73 (DC Comics)
Batman (vol. 3) #1-5, 17, 21-23, 29-30, 38, 54 (DC Comics)