In addition to creating and illustrating (Brotherhood of) The Fringe, and co-creating, the Glyph Award winning book, for Best Female Character, Ajala: A Series of Adventures, along with Robert Garrett, N. Steven Harris has had a career spanning over 20 years in the comic book industry. His highlights include DC Comic’s, Aztek: The Ultimate Man, a character which he co-created along with Grant Morrison and Mark Millar, Batman: Officer Down, (DC Comics), X-Force101, Deadpool Annual ‘98(Marvel Entertainment), and a comic book called The Crush (Motown, Image Comics). In 2011 Mr. Harris collaborated with the late L.A. Banks, best-selling novelist of “The Vampire Huntress Legends” series, on a comic book adaptation published by Dynamite Entertainment. He also illustrated a Jimi Hendrix motion comic called Mojo Man released through iTunes. Most recently, Mr. Harris has worked on the Voltron comic, based on the 80’s cartoon, also published by Dynamite Entertainment and the Eisner Nominated Watson and Holmes issue #6, published by New Paradigm Studios. He also teaches young people through arts organizations, and does storyboards for advertising agencies like Ogilvy & Mather and Berlin Cameron, on products like Samsung, and Glaceau Vitamin Water. He also has participated in gallery shows showcasing comic book art in New York, Philadelphia, Georgia, Chicago, California, and Japan.
Education 1987 - 1991
School of Visual Arts - Bachelors degree in Media/Fine Arts
School of Visual Arts - Certificate of Continuing Education in Graphic Design
Medgar Evers College - Certificate of Continuing Education in Photoshop, Illustrator, and Quark Xpres