Scott Hampton was born in 1959 in High Point, North Carolina. A freelance artist known for his diversity, Hampton has illustrated such iconic properties as Batman, Sandman, Black Widow, Hellraiser, and Star Trek in addition to work on his creator-owned projects such as The Upturned Stone.
He is the brother of Bo Hampton.
He began his career following in the footsteps of brother and fellow comic book creator Bo Hampton. Both Scott and Bo studied under Will Eisner in 1976. Scott's first professional comics work was the six-page story "Godfather Death" released by Epic Illustrated in 1982. Scott's work on Silverheels from Pacific Comics in 1983 is regarded as the first continuing painted comic. His latest works include "Spookhouse," released in 2004 by IDW Publishing, in which he adapted his favorite ghost stories into sequential form, and Batman: Gotham County Line in 2005.
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- Won the 1993 Harvey Award for excellence in presentation for Batman: Night Cries
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