Mark Bloodworth
Mark Bloodworth is an artist and storyteller. He created the critically favored, urban crime comic book, Nightstreets for Arrow Comics from 1985-89. In early 1990, he took over chores on Deadworld (Caliber Comics).
In 1991, he was contracted by Marvel Comics to create character design, spot illos, and story art for Clive Barker's: Hellraiser. Throughout the rest of that decade and into the early 2000's he illustrated many titles, such as, Cheerleaders From Hell, Jack The Ripper, Raven Chronicles, The Ripper Legacy (from Caliber Comics), the critically hailed Abel, written by William Harms, three plates for Zorro: The Masters Edition, Volume 1, his horror anthology Midnight Mortuary (an homage to the great black & white comic monster magazines of the 1970's), Deadworld Chronicles (from Desperado), as well as working with talents Shannon Denton, Christopher Long, and Rob Worley on a series of children's books called Short Tales (released through the Magic Wagon wing of ABDO Publishing).
In 2011 Mark returned to zombie horror, illustrating the original graphic novel Deadworld: The Last Siesta (from IDW) which garnered several awards.
In the past few years Mark has been creating original sketch card artwork for various series released from 5finity Productions, Breygent Marketing, ChadPOPs!, Cryptozoic, Galans Sketch Cards, Versicolor and many others. 
Most recently, Mark's comic book artwork can be seen in The Dead: Omnibus and horror anthology Gore Shriek: Resurrectus (Rough House Publishing).