Lee Weeks is an artist and writer, known for his work on Daredevil, Gambit, Hulk, Spider-man, and Captain America, among others. His breakthrough came penciling Daredevil, culminating in The Fall of the Kingpin storyline. He later drew the first Gambit mini-series for Marvel, as well projects for Dark Horse and DC Comics, including Batman Chronicles: The Gauntlet.
Lee returned to Marvel to write and draw the Spider-Man mini-series, Death and Destiny, as well as pencil the award-winning Spider-Man story, Gentlemen's Agreement. He also drew the Hulk story, Tempest Fugit. The past decade has been filled with work on Spider-Man, Hulk, Captain America, a Wolverine/Punisher mini-series, and more.
Most recently in 2013, Lee has returned to both writing and drawing with Daredevil: Dark Nights, in the critically well-received story, Angels Unaware.
Lee is the subject of Tomorrows Publishing's, Modern Masters: Volume 17, where he discusses his life, career, and faith.