Phil Jimenez is an Inkpot, Diamond, and Wizard-award-winning writer and artist who has worked for DC Entertainment, Marvel Entertainment, and a host of other comic book companies for over 25 years. Best known for his work on Tempest, JLA/Titans, Planetary/Authority; The Invisibles, New-X-Men, Wonder Woman, Infinite Crisis, Amazing Spider-Man, The Transformers, DC: Rebirth, Superwoman, and his creator owned project Otherworld, Jimenez is currently drawing Historia, the Black Label graphic novel written by Kelly Sue DeConnick for DC Comics. Jimenez has also worked as a creator in film, television, traditional print media, and design/packaging for toy companies; has created large-scale artworks for public spaces, schools, and museums in New York and Chicago; lectured at universities, museums, and the Library of Congress on identity and diversity in entertainment; and mentors young designers at the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum. Considered one of the most prominent gay creators in mainstream comics (Entertainment Weekly, the Advocate, OUT magazine/Out 100 alum), Jimenez also teaches life drawing at the School of Visual Arts in NYC. Find Phil on FB, Instagram, and Twitter at @Philjimeneznyc.