The creator-owned book Body Bags made Jason Pearson famous among comic book artists has passed away. In his 52 years, he was. According to a statement from his family, Pearson died on December 19.
According to reports, a heart attack was the cause of death. No details are available about Jason Pearson’s obituary. As soon as his passing spread on social media, his colleagues and comic book creators began to pay tribute and offer their sympathies.
“So Jason Pearson has passed away. Another outstanding artist has already gone by. Even though I didn’t know him, his “Body Bags” were fantastic. I wish there were more stories in the works, but things sometimes need to be revised.
One of the founding members of the Atlanta-based Gaijin Studios was Pearson, born in 1970. One of the most well-known and well-known comic book writers in the US, Jason Pearson, has had a very successful career. Some of the best writing has surrounded his entire career, and he has had a significant impact and achieved great success during his entire career.
In 1991, he made his comic book debut with a Starman issue. Throughout his career, he went on to work on several well-known titles, such as Spider-Man and Deadpool. While working with Pearson on Legion of Super-Heroes, the Big Two’s first regular project for him, Keith Giffen, who worked on the Starman issue, served as a mentor and collaborator.
He has authored several superhero characters and has been writing comic books for a long time. His best comic books are the Dragon: Blood and Guts, Global Frequency, and Legion of Superheroes. All these addressed a wide range of global market groups and gained awareness on a worldwide scale.