Goran Sudžuka is a comic artist from Zagreb, Croatia. After finishing High School For Applied Arts in 1988 he started working for Zagreb Film and published his first comics and illustrations. In 1990 he began collaborating with Darko Macan on 'Albert the Butler', a series of short horror stories published in Croatia and Germany. Macan was the writer on most of the comics he did for Croatian publishers, including the teenage soap opera 'Svebor & Plamena'.
Sudzuka began working for DC Vertigo in 1999, co-creating 'Outlaw Nation' with writer Jamie Delano. In 2002 he illustrated the four-part series 'Hellblazer Special: Lady Johanna Constantine', written by Andy Diggle. For the French publisher Delcourt he drew a book in the series 'L'Histoire Secrete' by Jean-Pierre Pecau. Since 2004 he has been a regular fill-in artist on Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra's 'Y - the Last Man' and in 2007 he worked on another 'Hellblazer' spin-off called 'Chas: The Knowledge' written by Simon Oliver. After that he did two issues on the regular 'Hellblazer' series written by Peter Milligan.
Besides working for DC/Vertigo, he draws the comic strip 'Martina Mjesec' with Darko Macan as a writer for his Q-Strip magazine.