Sean Chen has been a major part of the comic book industry for over two decades. He started out at Valiant Comics, having been discovered by the legendary Barry Windsor Smith. His debut book, Rai And the Future Force, topped the charts with over 800,000 copies sold. He then moved on to Harbinger and Bloodshot before landing on their flagship title X-O Manowar.
In 1998, Chen found a new home at Marvel where he started what would become the longest run of his career working on Iron Man: Heroes Return.
For the next decade, Chen remained at Marvel and had his hands on a number of titles, including Elektra, Sensational Spiderman, Nova, and the Avengers. Chen is particularly adept at adapting his style to feel at home on a wide variety of books.
This skill was really showcased as he began to draw covers. His diverse art style allowed him to switch with ease on covers ranging from the pulp look of The Green Hornet for Dynamite Entertainment to the modern high-tech look of Transfomers for IDW, to the beautiful women of the Zenescope titles.
He currently lends his talents to all manner of comics related projects and advertising storyboards.