Tony’s career began in 1989 and soon rose to prominence with the launch of DC Comics’ Starman in 1994. Co-created with James Robinson, Starman led the two creators to critical acclaim and eventually an Eisner Award. After four and a half years on Starman, Harris left to pursue other projects, such as Wildstorm’s Ex Machina, which he co-created and penciled with Brian K. Vaughan, and Image Comics’ War Heroes with Mark Millar. In April 2010, Tony and B. Clay Moore collaborated on JSA Liberty Files: The Whistling Skull. He also launched a new series with Steve Niles titled Chin Music and a new creator-owned series, Roundeye: For Love. Other notable projects during this period were Spiderman: With Great Power and an arc in the ongoing Iron Man series, both for Marvel.
During a break from comics Tony went on to produce a myriad of litho paintings for Disney including Pirates of the Caribbean, Haunted Mansion and Maleficent. Other works include key frame animation and story boards for Chevrolet commercials, illustrations for Cartoon Network, product design and illustration for Universal’s The Mummy and various other film and television work. Recently Harris reunited with James Robinson for C-3PO: The Phantom Limb.