Goran Sudzuka was born in Zagreb, Croatia, where he published his first comics, mostly written by Darko Macan.
After years of publishing in Croatia and Germany, he began working for DC Vertigo in 1999, co-creating "Outlaw Nation" with writer Jamie Delano. For his work on "Outlaw Nation" he won the "Russ Manning" award for the most promising newcomer at the Eisner awards of 2001.
In 2002 he illustrated the four-part series "Hellblazer Special: Lady Johanna Constantine", written by Andy Diggle.
In 2005 he completed the album from the series ''L'Histoire Secrete'' for the French publisher Delcourt.
Since 2004 he had been a regular fill-in artist on Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra 's ''Y - the Last Man'.
In 2007/8 he worked on a ''Hellblazer'' spin-off called ''Chas: The Knowledge'' written by Simon Oliver. After that mini series, he did two issues on regular ''Hellblazer'' series written by Peter Milligan.
Recently, he completed "ADD", a graphic novel written by Douglas Rushkoff, published in January 2012 by DC/Vertigo.
He also collaborated with writer Jason Aaron on issues 15 and 16 of "Wolverine".
Beside working for American publishers, he's drawing a comicstrip "Martina Mjesec" with writer Darko Macan.