Gregory Capullo is an American comic book artist and penciller, best known for his work on Quasar, X-Force, Angela, and Spawn. Greg Capullo also published his own creator-owned comic, The Creech, published through Image Comics. These were two three-issue miniseries. Apart from comics, Capullo has been involved in several projects such as pencilling for the Korn album Follow the Leader and the Disturbed album, Ten Thousand Fists, and being part of the crew who worked on the animated sequences in the 2002 film The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys. Capullo began work for Marvel Comics where he worked on Quasar, X-Force, and What If?. He worked with Marvel Comics for three years on various works. Todd McFarlane who co-founded Image Comics, noticed Capullo¿s work on X-Force, and convinced him to become the penciller on McFarlane¿s comic, Spawn. Capullo's first issue of the book was #16, then took over as pencil artist with issue #26. Capullo has since done the over art and pencils for many Image publications, including various Spawn tie-ins and variants, and Capullo¿s own miniseries, The Creech. Capullo helped McFarlane in creating the artwork now seen on the two Halo 3-themed controllers. Capullo provides layouts for Image's Haunt, which debuted in October 2009. Capullo left the ongoing Haunt title in order to take on the art duties on Batman as part of DC Comics' 2011 company-wide title relaunch, The New 52, which paired him with writer Scott Snyder. His title Batman Vol. 2: The City of Owls (the New 52)
made The New York Times Best Seller List in 2013.