My first year as a web comic author was educational. One lesson learned: links to peers are better served on a dedicated page than on individual page comments. Thanks to everyone who took time out of their busy schedules to visit this little site. Listing everyone’s gonna take some serious admin time; drop me a line on email@example.com.
Boston Area Cartoonists
Local peers who helped in many ways: as praise, tough criticism, historical data, WordPress or social media expertise. Some were unknowingly helpful just by being genrally great people.
Social media and marketing genius for comic book talent, including Paul Pope, Bob Fingerman, Harvey Pekar and David Lloyd.
Writer of comics and plays. Teacher of comics writing and basic composition. Co-author of Character Design for Graphic Novels.
Cartoonist. Director of Art & Animation at FableVision Studios. Co-creator of Heeby Jeeby Comix.
Read his recurring webcomic Cutting Through, as well as other experiments, art and interviews.
Comic book artist, software engineer, pilot and fan of classic aviation strips. Carl’s probably our real life Steve Canyon.
She writes and draws the autobiographical/humor minicomic Geraniums and Bacon. Also a recent Toastmasters graduate.
All-around cartoonist, has written and/or drawn a lot of stories. Historian and founding member of the Boston Comics Roundtable.
MassArt grad, freelance illustrator, founder of Ward 1 Studios, and comics fan.
Formerly an award winning copywriter. Now writing legitimate fiction.
He writes, draws and heavily promotes his web comic Paradigm Shift, which also has art demos and tutorials.
This web comic is a fictional biography of Machiavelli, written and drawn beautifully in watercolor wash tones.
Comics artist and a self-described “cantankerous nut”. Visit his blog often.
Writer of children’s fantasy literature and comic books. He’s also a historian, specializing in the American Revolution.
Manages a legendary comics store by day, legendary comics sculptor/artist/teacher by night and off-work days.
Working as a solo and collaborative artist, her comics appear in anthologies and ‘zines. As an all-around creative force, this young lady is Hell in High Heels!
Writer and drawer of fine comics, also used to work in the film effects industry.
Completing his graduate thesis for the Center for Cartoon Studies, reading pulp novels and listening to far too much Elvis Costello.
This busy Canadian is either inking a comic book for indy publisher Marvel Comics or enjoying a beer. He’s got more control over a #4 sable than I have with a #2.
Cartoonist, illustrator and teacher. Master of comics traditional media tools, history and application.
Self-taught writer and artist from Uruguay. Though his own Riverbird Studio, he created and edited comics anthologies Hellbound and Outbound.
Boston Area Art Vendors
Nearby places for supplies, print services and other similar art-related vendors.
All-around print service at excellent price, quality and turnaround. Printed first issue of Inky Stories mini comic.
Offset, digital, large format and direct mail print services. Folding, scoring, perforation, saddlestitching, etc.
Industry professionals who took time to help with media technique, historical facts or industry insights.
This legendary inker and storyteller is the master of the Hunt #103 nib. Site’s full of demos and art theory.
Comic book letterer since 1977, currently working on Dark Horse Hellboy comics. His font looks hand-drawn.
As production artist for Marvel Comics, scanned, resized & prepped every page for colorists and letterers.
Writer, artist, historian & teacher best known for his work on Swamp Thing, Taboo and the Center for Cartoon Studies.
Best known for creating the satirical superhero Too Much Coffee Man, and as a cartoonist for The New Yorker.
Founder of Studio Cutie, responsible for translation and lettering of manga for Dark Horse Comics, Bantam Doubleday Dell and more.
Anything you think you know about female cartoonists most likely came from Trina Robbins.
Crafting historically evocative and cutting edge letter forms, both hand-drawn and digital since 1973.
Art school for cartoonists, offering MFA programs. Focus on graphic novels, storytelling, writing, comics, and design.
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