In 1992, he co-founded Image Comics along with Todd McFarlane, Jim Lee, Erik Larsen, Jim Valentino, Marc Silvestri, and Whilce Portacio.
Asked his wife to marry him in his comicbook Youngblood
His wife is one of the Creel triplets: Joy Creel, Monica Lacy and Leanna Creel.
Back in 1997, Liefeld sold a spec script titled "The Mark" for $2 million that attracted the attention of Tom Cruise and Steven Spielberg. Will Smith was long attached to producing and starring in the project after Cruise and Spielberg departed but, after several years of active development, the script was shelved.
His artwork is often criticized for overuse of pouches and over-sized weapons and body builds for his characters.
An animated series based on his "Youngblood" series was planned to air on Fox Kids but never got picked up due to Marvel Entertainment signing an exclusive deal with the network. There are several demo reels of the show available online.
A video game based on his "Youngblood" series was in development but was put into cancellation for reasons unknown. According to several magazines that advertised the game, the game was going to be a real-time strategy game.