Comic Con 2017 in San Diego is just around the corner, and as always you can look forward meeting some real artists legends at the event. Here is just a few
Cartoon, MAD, Groo
One of MAD magazines longest running cartoon artists (only Al Jaffee has been around longer) and creator of Groo the Wanderer, Sergio Aragonés, is one of the most popular creators of the series. In addition to his continued work for MAD also had his own comic book series on Bongo Comics, Sergio Aragonés Funnies. His latest work contains a new series from Dark Horse Comics, Groo: God’s Fray.
Coauthor, MARCH trilogy
Andrew Aydin is the creator and co-author of the # 1 New York Times Best-selling Graphic Memoir Series, MARCH, which tells the life of the congressman and civic symbol John Lewis. Co-author Rep Lewis and illustrated by Nate Powell, March is the first series ever to win the National Book Award and is the recipient of a plethora of different awards for his great work.
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Artist, Longshot, Marvel covers; Author, artist, Monkeyman and O’Brien
Arthur Adams is an award-winning artist who became an instant fan favorite as pencil on the critically acclaimed 1985 Longshot mini series. His decades-spanning career has included covers and interior work on such titles as Superman, Batman, Spider-Man, The Avenger, X-Men, New Mutants, Gen 13, Godzilla, Authority, Danger Girl, Excalibur, Ultimate X, the Guardians of the Galaxy and Hulk. He is also the creator, author and artist of Monkeyman and O’Brien.
Author, Batwoman, DC Bombshells
Marguerite Bennett is a New York Times best-selling comic book writer based in Los Angeles. Her superhero credits include DC Comics’ Batwoman and DC Bombshells. As well as Stages at Batgirl and Lois Lane, and Marvel’s A-Force. At Archie, she writes Josie and Pussycat and Betty & Veronica, and her creative titles. Her prose has appeared in The Secret Loves of Geek Girls. Her work is full of queer characters, heroes, villains, talking animals, bloody revenge fairy tales, female monsters, love & murder.
Author / Artist, André the Giant: Life and Legend, Tetris: The Games People Play
Box Brown (born 1980) founded the publisher’s Retrofit Comics, which has now published over 60 series with different artists. His graphic biography about the professional wrestler André the Giant (Second Giant: Life and Legend, First Second Books). Was published in May 2014 and spent three weeks on the New York Times bestseller list. His book about Tetris (Tetris: The Games People Play) was released in 2016.