RAGS MORALES
IDENTITY CRISIS
SAT/SUN

Ralph "Rags" Morales is best known for his work on various books for DC Comics, including Identity Crisis, Countdown to Infinite Crisis, Batman Confidential, Superman/Batman, Wonder Woman and The New 52 reboot of then Superman-centric Action Comics.

Morales is the co-creator, along with Brian Augustyn, of the 1990s version of Black Condor.

Morales' first professional work was penciling 19 issues of Forgotten Realms with writer Jeff Grubb as part of the TSR line of books. Following Forgotten Realms, Morales co-created and pencilled Black Condor.

Morales left DC Comics to do work for Valiant Comics, including Turok, Archer & Armstrong and Geomancer.  After Valiant closed, Morales returned to his TSR roots, doing work for Dungeons and Dragons magazines and novella work for Harper Collins, such as Isaac Asimov's Robotics and pen and ink work for Margaret Weis' Testament of the Dragon. 

In 1999, Morales was made the penciller on DC's on Hourman, pencilling 20 of that series 25 issues before it was canceled in 2001. Over the course of the following year, he drew nine intermittent issues of JSA between issue #9 and issue #34, before moving onto Hawkman with writer Geoff Johns.

After Hawkman, Morales illustrated Brad Meltzer's limited series Identity Crisis.

Morales and Bair worked on Nightwing during Peter Tomasi's run as writer on that title. He later worked on Superman/Batman #53 - 56, which were among the seven issues collected in to the Finest Worlds hardcover in 2009, and in trade paperback form in 2010.

In 2009 he contributed to the "Blackest Night" storyline with the three issues miniseries, Blackest Night: Tales of the Corps.

Rags Morales will be appearing at Hamilton Comic Con on Saturday and Sunday.