The Punisher 2099
Morgan broke into the industry in the early 1980s and worked on a large number of Marvel titles, mostly as a fill-in artist, for such books as Captain America, Star Brand, West Coast Avengers, Star Trek, and Power Pack. In the mid-1990s, he worked on Punisher 2099 and Iron Man for Marvel; and Extreme Justice and both the Action Comics and The Adventures of Superman titles for DC Comics.
In November 1995, ReganBooks released Miss America, the second book by radio and media personality Howard Stern, which includes a five-page comic book story, written and drawn by Morgan. It was printed as a glossy paper insert, and features Stern's satirical superhero, Fartman. Morgan's story is based on the screenplay by J.F. Lawton for an unproduced Fartman film.
- Captain America (Marvel, 1987–1988)
- Punisher 2099 (Marvel, 1993–1995)
- Iron Man (Marvel, 1993–1995)
- Extreme Justice (DC, 1996)
- John Jackson Miller (June 10, 2005). "Comics Industry Birthdays". Comics Buyer's Guide. Archived from the original on October 30, 2010. Retrieved October 23, 2013. Cite uses deprecated parameter
- Stern, Howard (1995). Miss America, ReganBooks.
- Twiddy, David (July 30, 2008). "McCain, Obama get the comic book treatment". Toronto Star (Toronto, Canada).
- Tom Morgan at the Comic Book DB
| Captain America artist
| The Punisher 2099 artist
| Iron Man artist
| Extreme Justice artist