Bio: Throughout his career, Adam has illustrated comics and designed products featuring a wide array of popular characters and licensed properties, including Superman, Batman, The Teen Titans, Spider-Man, Spongebob Squarepants, The Hulk, Harry Potter, The X-Men, The Fantastic Four, Catwoman, The Justice League, Star Wars, Jimmy Neutron, Wolverine, The Legion of Super-Heroes, WildC.A.T.S., Rugrats, Smallville, and Danny Phantom, among many others.
Adam is currently the artist for The Young Protectors, a weekly superhero webcomic written by Alex Woolfson.
In addition to comic book illustration and product design, his body of work includes character design and development, storyboarding, film production, and magazine & trading card illustration.
Some of his clients include DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Dark Horse Comics, Nickelodeon, Time Out New York, Disney Adventures, Topps, Lonestar Press, Kurt S. Adler, Digital Film Academy, Newspeak TV, Green Ronin Press, and Upper Deck Company.
Some of Adam's pencilling credits include: Supergirl and the Legion of Super-Heroes, The Titans, Adventures of Superman, Marvel Zombies: Evil Evolution, Amazing Spider-Man Family, Justice League: No Smoke Without Fire, Spider-Man: Unlimited, Birds of Prey, JSA: All Stars, Justice League: Trick or... Trick?!, Secret Files, Star Wars: Legacy, Superboy, Legionnaires, and JSA 80 Page Giant among many others.
Adam's inking credits include Smallville, Countdown To Adventure, Catwoman, Batman, Batgirl, Spongebob Squarepants, Rugrats, Jimmy Neutron, and Danny Phantom.
Adam lives in Brooklyn, NY.
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Batgirl: Destruction's Daughter
Batman: War Games Act 3
Catwoman: Movie Adaptation
JSA: All Stars
Supergirl and the Legion of Super-Heroes: Strange Visitor From Another Century
Superman: Ruin Revealed
RECENT PRISM COMICS FEATURES
WONDER WOMAN DAY II RAISES OVER $27,000 FOR CHARITIES
[News, Posted 11/16/07]
Portland, Oregon, November 7, 2007 — America's most famous super-heroine was the star at the second annual "Wonder Woman Day" event. After world-wide coverage, the event expanded to two communities this year, concurrently held on October 28th at Excalibur Comics in Portland, Oregon and Comic Fusion in New Jersey. The free all-ages event in Portland, organized by best-selling author Andy Mangels, included a trio of comic book creators signing Wonder Woman comics, as well as a silent art auction…
WONDER WOMAN DAY II ON OCT. 28: A SENSATIONAL BENEFIT
[News, Posted 10/19/07]
Portland, Oregon — Wonder Woman debuted in American comic books during World War II, and was the super-heroic star of a popular television series in the 1970s. Now, for the second year in a row, the heroine serves as a star-spangled symbol for a charity benefit for Portland's most protective domestic violence shelters — Raphael House and Bradley-Angle House — and the Portland Women's Crisis Line. Excalibur Comics will host "Wonder Woman Day" on Sunday, October 28th from 1pm to 6pm. The…
YOUNG BOTTOMS IN LOVE MOVES TO PRINT!
[News, Posted 1/2/07]
Building on the success as a daily Web comic of Young Bottoms In Love at Popimage.com, Poison Press is proud to announce the print release of this popular work, due in stores May 2007 (advance review copies will be available in March, with samples available immediately). This 368 page full color anthology will retail for $22.
Created in August 2002 by the very versatile cartoonist and editor, Tim Fish, the online daily comic, Young Bottoms In Love, has examined gay romance from…
RECENT OFFSITE FEATURES
STRIP TEASE: 7 QUEER WEB COMICS YOU SHOULD BE READING
[Source: Queerty.com, Added: 9/18/12]
While traditional comic books may touch on LGBT themes and storylines, if you want full-on queer graphics gold, the place to go is the Internet: With the freedom to publish just about anything, LGBT...
YAOI ART: “PILLOW FIGHT” PIN-UP BY ADAM DEKRAKER AND WINONA NELSON
[Source: Yaoi 911 Blog, Added: 4/16/11]
Just finished! A beautiful wallpaper with my characters Mike and Rob from Tough having a pillow fight in their underwear! Who says sorority girls have all the fun?
YAOI ART: CHARACTER DESIGNS FOR A SUPERHERO YAOI
[Source: Yaoi 911 Blog, Added: 3/5/11]
I’m working with DC/Marvel/Dark Horse penciler Adam DeKraker on a gay superhero comic and he just sent me character designs for our two main characters: superhero Kyle and supervillain “The...
GAY PREVIEWS 6/2010
[Source: Gay League, Added: 4/28/10]
Welcome to Gay Previews, a monthly list that highlights the work of LGBT and gay friendly creators. Listings are primarily taken from each month’s PREVIEWS.
ONLINE INTERVIEW WITH ADAM DEKRAKER
[Source: GreenLoontern's Comic Reviews, Added: 6/1/07]
As a follow up to his review of Star Wars - Legacy #8, Rodney Ford is proud to share his interview with Adam DeKraker.