James Romberger recently earned an AA in Theatre from BMCC and a BA in Visual Arts from Columbia University. He has been a gallerist and curator and his pastel drawings are in the collections of the Metropolitan and other museums. He has been a contributor to World War 3 Illustrated since the 3rd issue in 1982. He has drawn graphic novels for Vertigo/DC, including Seven Miles a Second, with David Wojnarowicz and Marguerite Van Cook (1996), The Bronx Kill, with Peter Milligan (2010), and Aaron and Ahmed, with Jay Cantor and José Villarrubia (2011). He is compiling a comprehensive study of Jim Steranko’s comics and writes on art and comics for the Hooded Utilitarian.
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