Ron Rudat was the figure designer behind G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero. From the rebirth of G.I. Joe in 1982 until he moved off of the brand in 1986, every figure sprung from his mind onto the page. He also designed vehicles, decals, books, and the Cobra logo!
Larry is an American comic book artist and writer. After first gaining attention illustrating the Epic Comics series Alien Legion (vol. 2), he went on to illustrate various Marvel Comics books such as The Uncanny X-Men, X-Factor, Ghost Rider (vol. 2) and Punisher, as well as work for other companies, such as DC Comics’ Darkstars […]
Joe St.Pierre has sold over 2 million comic books illustrating and writing for Marvel, DC and Valiant Comics, among others. He has the distinction of penciling the most #1 issues featuring SPIDER-MAN and the Spider-Man family. Joe also works in the fields of intellectual property design, commercial illustration and storyboards for animation and video games. […]
Keith Williams, comic book inker, enrolled in the School of Visual Arts in New York City from 1976 to 1980. Majored in Media Arts and studied under Will Eisner, the creator of the Spirit comic strip. He received a Bachelor of Fine Art. With the help of Marvel comic book artist and mentor Don Perlin, […]
Bob Eggleton is an American science fiction, fantasy and horror artist. Eggleton is a nine-time Hugo Award-winner for Best Pro Artist in science fiction and fantasy, first winning in 1994. He won the Hugo Award for Best Related Book in 2001 for his art book Greetings from Earth. He also won the Chesley Award for […]
Born and raised in a tiny town in northwestern Connecticut, Jim Lawson knew a few things. Those were that he loved comics and that a pencil felt good in his hands. Beyond that, he knew that he wanted to become an artist and that he had the hopeful, yet somewhat unrealistic goal for himself to […]