Dodson-aDawn of Apocalypse. "Origins" Age of Apocalypse story, script by Howard Mackie, pencils by Terry Dodson, inks by Klaus Janson; Magneto has founded the X-Men to create the peaceful co-existence between humans and mutants; Due to growing hatred towards mutants, he has set up a special school located in Wundagore Mountains to train young mutants how to control their abilities; His X-Men are: Quicksilver, the Scarlet Witch, Storm, Colossus, Jean Grey, and Iceman; He joins them all in their training in the danger room and introduces them to their newest recruit, Weapon X; When Weapon X's berserker rage takes over Magneto instructs Jean to calm him down telepathically; Meanwhile, in New York City, a giant ship has appeared, belonging to the evil mutant Apocalypse, who is making himself known to the world and beginning his edict of survival of the fittest. Beast illustration by Ian Churchill and James Pascoe. Magneto/Rogue illustration by Tom Grummett and Matthew Ryan. Weapon X illustration by Jae Lee.
Klaus Janson is a German-born American comics artist, working regularly for Marvel Comics and DC Comics and sporadically for independent companies. While he is best known as an inker, Janson has frequently worked as a penciller and colorist. Janson began working for DC Comics in the early 1980s and inked Gene Colan's pencils on Detective Comics and Jemm, Son of Saturn. Janson was one of the artists on Superman #400 (Oct. 1984) and was one of the contributors to the DC Challenge limited series. His collaboration with Miller on Daredevil would soon be eclipsed by a second collaboration between them, on Batman: The Dark Knight Returns in 1986. Janson inked the early issues of The Sensational Spider-Man which had been written and penciled by Dan Jurgens. Janson's work as an inker and occasional penciler at Marvel Comics includes collaborations with John Romita Jr. on Wolverine, The Amazing Spider-Man and Black Panther.
Terry Dodson is a veteran comic book artist who's famous for his work on several DC titles and frequently collaborates with his wife, inker/ colorist Rachel Dodson. Terry's most notable works include Harley Quinn, Wonder Woman and Marvel Knights: Spider-Man.