Guy Dorian Sr. is a comic book artist, toy designer, and cinematic art designer with over 30 years of experience who has worked for some of the largest mainstream companies in the world, including Marvel, DC, IDW, JusToys, 20th Century Fox, Marvel Entertainment, and Storm King Productions, as well as on several Hollywood films. You can see his work as an inker for Marvel Entertainment products all over the world in magazines, coloring and activity books, video games, wall posters, cups, hats, t-shirts, and more. You name it, he’s done it!
In comics, Guy has worked on titles such as The New Warriors, Marvel Comics Presents, and Night Thrasher. He is also the co-creator of the character Scorch alongside Dan Slott, who has appeared in Marvel comics and the TV series Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD. His more recent comic works include pencils in ROM for IDW, ROM and The Micronauts, John Carpenter’s Hyperbreed, GI Joe: A Real American Hero, and the list keeps going!
In toy design, Guy has worked on toys for some of the world’s greatest wrestlers including Bret Hart, Doink The Clown, Randy Savage, Shawn Michaels, and the Undertaker for the original “Bend ‘Ems” toy line from 1994-1998, and recently announced working with The Major Wrestling Figure Company’s Randy Savage design and trading card. He has also designed toys for The Tick, Hercules, Xena, and Youngblood.
In cinema and television, Guy has worked on the X-Men: Apocalypse movie posters as well as the character development for the Silver Surfer cartoon series. A great Easter egg is that his first cover for an independent company was used as a poster featured in Kevin Smith’s cult classic, “Chasing Amy”.
Mr. Dorian continues to work alongside many of the world’s greatest comic book legends, as well as major Hollywood producers to soon release new TV series and films of his own creations. Also upcoming comic and toys are Mounties vs. Werewolves with Larry Hama and Lost Landers (lostlanders.com) toys and comics with his partner and co-owner of Bamco Toys Inc., Thomas Chillemi.
This man knows how to keep many irons in the fire and there’s barely a corner of the world his artwork hasn’t touched at some point!
Come meet Mr. Dorian!