Peter Snejbjerg
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Peter Snejbjerg
Peter Snejbjerg
BornPeter Snejbjerg Nielsen[1]
Area(s)Penciller, Inker

Peter Snejbjerg Nielsen is a Danish comic book artist. He was educated at the Kolding Kunsthåndværkerskole from 1983 to 1987. Some of his major works include the epic science-fiction/fantasy series Hypernauten, the adventure story The Hidden Protocol (Den Skjulte Protokol), the DC Comics title Starman, and various Vertigo titles.[1]


Comics work includes:

  • "Tarzan: The Scar" (with writer Henning Kure, in Tarzan: Love, Lies and the Lost City, 3-issue mini-series, Malibu Comics, August-October 1992)
  • The Lords of Misrule (recoloured hardcover, Radical Comics, 264 pages, June 2009, ISBN 0-9802335-8-5) collects:
  • Hellblazer #77 (with Garth Ennis, Vertigo, May 1994)
  • The Books of Magic #5, 15-17, 30-38 (with John Ney Rieber, Vertigo, September 1994, August-October 1995, November 1996 - July 1997)
  • Animal Man #77 (with writer Jamie Delano, DC Comics, November 1994)
  • The Dreaming #1-3, 27, 29 (with Terry LaBan (#1-3) and Caitlin R. Kiernan (#27), Vertigo, June-August 1996, August and October 1998)
  • Starman vol. 2 #50-80 (with James Robinson, DC Comics, February 1999 - August 2001)
  • Adventure Comics vol. 2 #1 (pencils, with writers David Goyer/James Robinson and inks by Keith Champagne, DC Comics, May 1999)
  • The Light Brigade (with Peter Tomasi, 4-issue mini-series, DC Comics, 2004)
  • Battlefields: Dear Billy (with Garth Ennis, 3-issue mini-series, Dynamite Entertainment, 2009, Dear Billy tpb, 88 pages, November 2009, ISBN 1-60690-075-7, The Complete Battlefields Volume 1, hardcover, 268 pages, December 2009, ISBN 1-60690-079-X)
  • The Mighty #1-4 (with Keith Champagne/Peter Tomasi, 12-issue limited series, DC Comics, April-July 2009)
  • Abe Sapien: The Abyssal Plain #1-2 (with writers Mike Mignola and John Arcudi)
  • A God Somewhere (with John Arcudi, graphic novel, 200 pages, Wildstorm, June 2010, ISBN 1-4012-2683-3)


Nominated for the 1997 "Best Long Comic Strip" and 2005 "Best Cover" Haxtur Awards.



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