2014 is already shaping up to be the year of Georges Jeanty. Not only is he an Eisner Award-winning artist, but Georges is also celebrating his 20th year in comics. The Miami native started drawing for independent companies like Caliber, London Night, and Chaos Comics, and then began working at DC on titles like Superboy, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, Superman, and Teen Titans. Georges then sashayed over to Marvel and lent his daring style on titles such as Gambit, Deadpool, Wolverine, and Weapon X. There were also WildStorm titles such as Majestic and the critically praised creator-owned The American Way written by Academy Award winner John Ridley. From one award-winning creator to another, Georges was then recruited by Joss Whedon to start work on the continuing adventures of Buffy the Vampire Slayer on Season 8 and Season 9 to critical praise for Dark Horse Comics. Joss then moved Georges over to his other franchise, Serenity, which chronicles the crew of the Firefly after their exploits from the motion picture. Georges has had barely enough time to celebrate his anniversary with so many projects on the horizon, but disco down to his website, www.kabalounge.com for all the latest developments!