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Bob Layton

Bob Layton

Artist/writer, Iron Man, X-Factor

Bob Layton is one of the industry's true visionaries and entrepreneurs. He reinvented Iron Man in the ’70s, making it a bestselling Marvel series and spawning the hit movies. His Iron Man story “Demon in a Bottle” was voted "one of the top 20 comic stories of all time." Bob launched the first miniseries in comic history with Marvel’s Hercules: Prince of Power and co-created the recordbreaking comic series X-Factor, as well as War Machine, the new Ant-Man, and DC’s Huntress. Layton was co-architect of the original Valiant Universe and served as editor-in-chief. Bob currently works in Hollywood developing properties for motion pictures and television.