An Eisner Award winning artist in the graphic novel industry, Scott Hanna has been drawing and inking comic books for over 30 years. His work has been published in over 1,000 comics and graphic novels, and he’s inked over 23,000 pages of comics art.
A founder of the Arts and Fashion Institute in PA with his wife Pamela Ptak, Scott teaches classes in sequential art, anatomy, drawing and cartooning.
At DC Comics, he has worked on most of their major titles, most notably a five year run on Detective Comics starring Batman, Green Lantern Corps, working with David Finch on Wonder Woman and Lee Weeks on Superman; Lois and Clark.
At Marvel Comics, Scott’s worked on all the top characters at the company, including the Avengers, Spider-Man, IronMan, the X-Men and the Hulk. He’s drawn Spider-man for fifteen years, working on almost every title starring the wall-crawler.
Currently he is working on Duo, Unexpected, and Scooby Apocalypse for DC Comics. Darth Vader Annual, Weapon H, and Infinity Countdown; DareDevil for Marvel.
Scott received a total of nine Inkwell Awards for “Favorite Inker”, “Most Adaptable Inker” and “Props Award”from 2010-2017, the 2005 Wizard Fan Award for “Best Inker” and the 2002 Eisner award for “Best Serialized Story” – Amazing Spider-Man #30-35. His work appeared in the Smithsonian’s 9/11 anniversary exhibit with artwork from the book HEROES. He had a one man show at the Storefront Artist Project in Pittsfield, MA ; ‘The Art of Scott Hanna’, his art was featured in a 2010 exhibit at the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art in NYC, and he had a one man show at SteelStacks in Bethlehem, PA in 2015. Most recently his work was exhibited in The Society of Illustrators Art of Spider- Man exhibit.