Brandon Peterson

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Brandon Peterson
Born Wisconsin
Nationality American
Area(s) Writer, Penciller
Notable works
Uncanny X-Men
Codename: Strykeforce

Brandon Peterson is an American comic book writer and artist, known for his work on Marvel Comics's Uncanny X-Men and Top Cow's Codename: Strykeforce in the 1990s.


Peterson's early works for Marvel include a New Warriors annual and a fill-in in X-Factor in 1992.[1] Later in the year, he had a short run in Uncanny X-Men, drawing the title's issues of the "X-Cutioner's Song" storyline.

Peterson left Marvel to join Top Cow, pencilling the ongoing title Codename: Strykeforce, after the title's cancellation, he wrote and drew the creator-owned title Arcanum, before returning to Marvel in 1999 to work on several X-Men spinoff mini-series.

He left Marvel once more to become Art Director of CrossGen Comics,[2] but returned for another stint on Ultimate X-Men and the mini-series Ultimate Vision and Strange.


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Preceded by
Jim Lee
(with Whilce Portacio, 1991–1992)
Uncanny X-Men artist
Succeeded by
John Romita Jr.