Scott Reed's earliest comic work as a writer and inker appeared in Silverwolf Comics (Greater Mercury Comics) Eradicators in 1990. In 1993, he worked on-staff as an inker for Malibu Comics until 1996, when he was hired by Dark Horse Comics to provide inks for Godzilla and G.I. Joe Extreme comic book mini-series. For the next several years, he produced creator-owned online comics under his self-publishing label Webs Best Comics. In 2007, he and artist Shane White collaborated on The Overman, an apocalyptic noir science fiction mini-series published by Image Comics. In 2010, Reed wrote two mini-series for Marvel Comics, Realm of Kings: Son of Hulk, and Incredible Hulks: Enigma Force, which re-introduced several Microverse characters into the Marvel Universe. Both series were penciled by Miguel Munera. In 2012, Reed wrote, illustrated and published Saga Of A Doomed Universe, a graphic novel distributed digitally with Comixology, and included in Boing-Boing's 'Best Damn Comics of the Year' of 2012. More recently, Reed has worked as a colorist for Fierce Comics Midwalker series. In addition to his comic book work, Reed's career extends to Graphic Design, Storyboard Art and Fine Art. In 2017, Web's Best Comics was rebranded as Beyond Forward Comics.