Scott Snyder is a New York Times bestselling author and one of comics’ bestselling
writers. He is the recipient of two Eisner Awards, a Harvey Award, an Eagle Award, three Stan Lee
Awards, and an Inkpot Award. Snyder made his comic book writing debut in 2009, with Marvel Comics.
In 2011, Vertigo and DC Comics published American Vampire, his creator-owned debut, with artist and
co-creator Rafael Albuquerque. The first story was co-authored by Stephen King and received
Snyder is best known for writing Batman including seminal runs on Detective Comics (with artist
Jock) and Batman (with frequent collaborator Greg Capullo). Snyder has co-created some of the most
successful creator-owned comics, including Wytches (with Jock and in development at Amazon Studios
for animation), The Wake (with Sean Murphy), A.D. (with Jeff Lemire) and Undiscovered Country (with
Charles Soule, Guiseppe Camuncoli, and Daniele Orlandi).
In 2020, Snyder Unveiled his Best Jackett Press label. He lives on Long Island with his wife and
three sons. He is an avid and non-ironic fan of Elvis Presley.