- Date of Birth
- April 10
- Josh Hood
- Started drawing at 5, worked for Marvel at 22, left the biz at 30, now I want back in.
My first professional work was in the Spider-Man Offices at Marvel. The Green Goblin (1996), Spectacular Spider-Man, Venom: On Trial, Ghost Rider and a few others.
Then onto DC. Superboy and the Ravers, The Flash (The Black Flash and Flash 1,000,000), Green Lantern, Superman:The Man of Steel and JLA:Scary Monsters.
Since then it's all been commercial illustration. It's less stressful and the pay is better, but it's not as fulfilling.
- Savannah, Georgia, United States
- Delivering groin shattering beat downs, architectural magazines
- Cartoonist and Writer, in order of importance
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on 06-26-2011 at 12:01 AM
We all want to draw comics for money. Not that the money is why you want to but getting paid to do anything means that someone (someone with access to pockets deeper than ours) likes your work well enough that they think that reimbursing you for your time seems like a good idea. But, what does that entail?
One page a day.
How hard can it be to draw one page a day? You can certainly sit down and draw one page in one day. First, you read your script, next, you draw