This is the bio I use for most convention appearances:
Chris Sprouse’s career spans over two decades in the comics industry. The artist first garnered attention as the penciller for DC Comics’ Legion of Super-Heroes spinoff, Legionnaires, but he’s probably most well known for his work on Wildstorm/DC Comics’ Tom Strong series, which he co-created with acclaimed writer Alan Moore. Sprouse has drawn numerous other titles for nearly every publisher in the industry, from Batman and Justice League books for DC, X-Men and Spider-Man comics for Marvel, and an adaptation of the Star Wars novel Splinter of the Mind’s Eye for Dark Horse Comics. In 2004, Sprouse teamed up with fan-favorite writer Warren Ellis to work on the creator-owned graphic novel Ocean (published by Wildstorm/DC Comics). In the last few years, Sprouse’s work has appeared in the Number of the Beast mini-series and the first issue of Grant Morrison’s Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne, a new Tom Strong min-series (Tom Strong and the Robots of Doom). In addition, Sprouse has pencilled numerous covers for various series (Legion of Super-Heroes, Star Trek/Legion of Super-Heroes, T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents, WildC.A.T.S., The Authority, End of Nations) as well as some short stories for DC’s Human Target TV series tie-in and IDW’s Rocketeer Adventures 2 mini-series. Upcoming work includes another new Tom Strong mini-series, Tom Strong and the Planet of Peril, plus a three-part story for DC Digital’s Legends of the Dark Knight series.