Self-taught Michigan-based artist Guy Davis had his first cartoon strip published in his hometown newspaper during high school. He teamed up with publisher Gary Reed and realized Baker Street, which featured an alternative Sherlock Holmes mythos where Victorian England is populated with punks. He contributed to many Caliber projects such as Sinergy, Book of the Tarot and Caliber Presents. Then he worked with Matt Wagner on the Sandman Mystery Theatre, which featured dreams of a grisly crime. More assignments from the major publishers followed, and Davis' credits include titles like Hellblazer, Batman for DC, Grendel, Aliens, Hellboy spinoff B.P.R.D. for Dark Horse and Fantastic Four: Unstable Molecules for Marvel. He continued his own comic The Marquis at Oni Press and drew The Zombies that Ate the World, written by Jerry Frissen for Humanoids. He has also created character sheets and chapter illustrations for White Wolf Games. Davis is a frequent collaborator of filmmaker Guillermo Del Toro.