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Artist: Loki: Agent of Asgard; Batgirl; 2000 AD HE MAY have started out in 2005 at AP Comics, where he illustrated and provided the covers for the four issues of Dark Mists but Lee Garbett swiftly graduated from the British indie publisher to drawing a four-chapter serial in 2000 AD. Subsequently contributing to a couple of 2007 issues of Judge Dredd Megazine – the spin-off from the self-styled Galaxy's Greatest Comic – he moved on to make his US debut at DC's WildStorm imprint. There he drew The Highwaymen five-parter, moving on to a five-issue run on Midnighter in 2008 and more or less concurrently to the six-part DC/WS DreamWar. Next came a couple of 2009 issues of Batman for DC itself for which he then pencilled a five-part serial in The Outsiders. His major breakthrough followed later in the year, when he launched Batgirl, drawing a dozen of the title's first 14 issues. Garbett's next major project was a three-issue run on Spider-Man: Big Time. in 2011. His inaugural Marvel assignment, it led to a three-part in Amazing Spider-Manserial and then to the Amazing Spider-Man/Ghost Rider: Motorstorm one-shot. He rounded out the year with the four-chapter Fear Itself: The Deep. Other than four issues of Ghost Rider, the artist's time was then given over to fill-ins (for DC as well as Marvel) until late in 2012, when he migrated to Valiant. Initially he worked on X-0 Manowar, where he pencilled two four-issue runs with issues of Harbinger and Shadowman in between. In 2014 he returned to Marvel where he pencilled all but one of the 17 issues of Loki: Agent of Asgard while also drawing the five weekly issues of a Thor/Loki serial published as a sidebar to 2014's Original Sin event. Garbett is now back at DC or rather at Vertigo, its mature readers imprint, as the regular penciller on the recently launched Lucifer.