|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 was an Eisner Award-winning comics artist from the United States.
What was the neet worth of Tim Sale?
The net worth of Tim Sale is expected to be between $1 million and $2 million in 2022. He makes a solid living by his hard job, to which he invests a lot of time and in which he fully presents himself.
When was Tim Sale born?
Tim Sale was born on May 1, 1956, in Ithaca, New York. Dorothy Young and Roger Sale, his parents, were both literary critics. He spent the most of his childhood in Seattle, Washington, where he and his family moved when he was six years old. Tim attended the University of Washington for two years before transferring to the School of Visual Arts and John Buscema’s comics workshop in New York City. He returned to Seattle before completing his studies at SVA.
Who is his wife?
Tim Sale is married, however, he hasn’t revealed any information about his wife. The pair has a child together, a daughter. He has never disclosed his love life on the internet, thus there isn’t much information about his personal life on social media.
What was the cause of the death of Tim Sale?
Sale was brought to the hospital with severe health difficulties on June 13, 2022, according to Jim Lee. Sale’s representatives later revealed he was in the hospital while requesting anonymity. On June 16, Sale died three days later.
- Sale started working on Thieves’ World in 1983 after doing art for the MythAdventures series.
- Sale’s comics work has been been with colleague Jeph Loeb.
- The’storytellers’ duo produced popular work such as the “Year 1”-centered Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight Halloween Specials,Batman: The Long Halloween,Batman: Dark Victory, and Superman for All Seasons, as well as Superman for All Seasons and Catwoman: When in Rome.
- The crew at Marvel Comics has created “color” volumes such as Daredevil: Yellow, Spider-Man: Blue, and Hulk: Gray.
- In 2008, a Captain America: White limited series was announced, however only the first issue was released. In September 2015, the long-awaited project was finally published.
- Sale created the Superman Confidential series with Darwyn Cooke in 2007.
- Sale contributed artwork to the television show Heroes, on which his regular colleague Jeph Loeb worked as a writer and producer. Sale’s work appeared in the presentation as the work of Isaac Mendez, a precognitive artist, as well as other artists. For Sale’s work, Eric Powell was employed as the colorist. Sale also designed the captions and credits font, which he based on his own handwriting.
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Short stories by Tim Sale
- 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
Cover art by Tim Sale
- 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)