Seth Peck’s first comics work was on The Expatriate in 2005 for Image continuing on their books Sorrow, ’76 and Comic Book Tattoo. In 2008 he contributed to Boom! Studios’ Pulp Tales: Josh Medors Benefit Comic. In 2011 Peck’s first work for Marvel was Fear Itself: Wolverine leading to a run on X-Men. Teaming with fellow creators Alex Grecian (Proof, Rasputin), Jeremy Haun (Constantine, Batwoman), B. Clay Moore (Hawaiian Dick, JSA Liberty Files: The Whistling Skull), Peck took part in a Kickstarter project called Bad Karma Volume One that was published in 2015.
Seth Peck on Bad Karma Volume One
Seth Peck: “Working on the book was the most challenging, exciting, and satisfying experience of my career. The chance to tell any kind of story I wanted to was extremely liberating, and really let me stretch myself creatively. Having complete creative control let us design the entire book from the top down, and let us produce the work exactly as we wanted to.”