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Excellent show! Awesome turnout! But long lines, as seen in the photos posted on Facebook taken by Amy Fletcher, Sarah Montani, Mike Gelbwasser, Zante Kry, Rick Fonseca,and others at the location of the Westin Boston Waterfront on April 10-11. I’m a huge Joss Whedon fan and I’ve taken photos with Clare Kramer and Julie Benz […]
Mike Gelbwasser did a feature (“Comic Con a Big Draw”) on the upcoming Boston Comic Con and was cool about mentioning me and my Inkwell Awards charity!
I’ve been writing my inker-centric ‘Inkblots’ column for Sketch Magazine since 2006 from issues 30-39 but there’s been a several month gap since that issue and the publisher hasn’t offered any status updates leaving me with no answers for inquirying fans at the conventions I attend. So with my editor’s understanding I have accepted the […]
I just got in two of the three color versions of the Pittsburgh Comicon t-shirt art as mentioned in the last column. They were done by artist Koa Beam. Only the black background isn’t here. Which version do you like better?
I thought I’d put a spotlight my upcoming shows and signings in this entry. Right around the corner is the Boston Comic Con on April 10-11 at a new venue and a cast of thousands where I will debut the new Inkwell Awards brochure and 2010 Donation Book and my family will spend the Sunday […]
I’ve had two Inkwell Awards banners for a couple of years now but after over eighteen years in the industry I finally got around to getting my own vertical banner. My bud and fellow committee Inkwell Awards member Jimmy Tournas took some image files of mine and designed the two shown below. The Marvin and […]
I’ve been sitting on this one for agonizing months and today the announcement was made here at the Wizard Entertainment site. Inkwell comittee member Jimmy Tournas set this event in motion and much manly love goes out to him for that as well as Gareb Shamus, Peter Katz and April Wiggins, all of Wizard, for […]
I’ve resisted adding another social network after ComicSpace suddenly blocked my access and after I’ve been happy, but very busy, with Facebook. However, a recent job lead made me realize that it’s a business neccessity. So for those interested, I now have a Twitter account so you can stalk me to your heart’s content, all […]
…but these fan photos sat in my inbox for the last two years and I didn’t know what to do with them and now I do;-) “Bob, Hey. I’m a friend of Christos Gage. We met during a comic signing in Worcester earlier in the year. We bought 2 prints and my wife, who is […]
Bob is the inking half of the Sal Velluto art team collaboration on such projects as Marvel’s critically-acclaimed BLACK PANTHER,’99-’02 leading to a 2003 Comicboards “Ooks” Award for “Best Inker” & two “Squiddies” awards for “Best Inker” (2001 along with “Best Creative Team” win and 2002 tied with Mark Farmer and tied for “Best Multi-Part Story”), and many other projects with Sal since 1997 and other artists at Marvel, DC, Acclaim, Malibu, Penny-Farthing Press, Power Comics, IDW, Kingstone, Thrilling Nostalgia Comics, Harris Comics, Topps, Wildstorm, New England Comics, Valiant and several others. While he’s been primarily an ink artist he’s also been a columnist for Sketch magazine and First Comics News. Bob’s a comic book collector and unofficial historian who has acted as a “Master of the Obscure” at the Marvel Appendix site, been a longtime member of the “Jarvis Heads” and a “group expert” at Facebook groups. He’s the founder/director of the official non-profit Inkwell Awards and advocate since 2008. Bob has been credited with “Special Thanks” along with his “Storyteller” colleagues Christopher Priest & Sal Velluto in the record-breaking film BLACK PANTHER (2018) and BLACK PANTHER: WAKANDA FOREVER (2022).
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