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Tom Lyle
Tom Lyle
Born Thomas Stanford Lyle
November 2, 1953
Jacksonville, Florida
Died November 19, 2019 (Age 66)
Positions Character Creator

Thomas Stanford Lyle (born November 2, 1953; died November 19, 2019) was a comic book artist who worked for Marvel Comics. He created the famous blue hoodie and red spandex outfit for Scarlet Spider. He was credited for his work on Ultimate Spider-Man while his design appeared in X-Men, Fantastic Four, and Spider-Man.

Biography

Lyle got his start in 1988 as a co-creator of Starman for DC Comics. He eventually went to work on the Robin miniseries. He came over to Marvel to work on the infamous Clone Saga, including designing fan favorite Scarlet Spider. He also worked on Punisher, Iron Man, X-Men, and Warlock.

He eventually became a professor at the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2005. He also served as an internship coordinator.[1]

Lyle passed away November 19th, 2019. Two weeks before he had surgery to remove a clot from his brain following an aneurysm but fell into a coma. He was survived by his wife Sue.[2]

References

  1. Tom Lyle, Comic Book Artist Known for 'Robin' and 'Spider-Man,' Dies at 66 at The Hollywood Reporter
  2. Phillip Sevy at Facebook

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