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  1. John Romita Jr. is the son of Virginia (Bruno) and comic book artist John Romita Sr., one of the signature Spider-Man artists since the 1960s. [3] [4] He studied advertising art and design at Farmingdale State College in East Farmingdale, New York , graduating in 1976.

  2. John Romita Jr., Writer: Kick-Ass. John Romita Jr. was born on August 17, 1956 in New York City, New York, USA as John Salvatore Romita. He is a writer and producer, known for Kick-Ass (2010), Kick-Ass 2 (2013) and Gray Area.

  3. John Romita Jr.: Series See all. Black Panther. Fantastic Four. X-Men: The Trial of Magneto. Moon Knight. Savage Avengers. X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST TPB [NEW PRINTING] Amazing Spider-Man Epic Collection: Kraven's Last Hunt. Kick-Ass 3.

  4. John is the son of John Romita Sr. and Virginia Romita. Romita drew for the X-Men for several years in the 1980's and in the early 1990's. 603 subject(s) created by "John Romita Jr." 500 comic(s) where "John Romita Jr." created the cover 1 comic(s) that "John Romita Jr." edited 3 comic(s) that "John Romita Jr." wrote 474 comic(s) that "John Romita Jr." penciled 6 comic(s) that "John Romita Jr ...

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    Unlike most comic book artists, John's first contribution to comic book lore came in 1969 at the young age of 13 where he came up with the concept of the Prowler and pitched the idea to Stan Lee, Jim Mooney, and John Buscema. They liked the idea so much that they decided to introduce John's character into the Spider-Man mythos in the 87th issue of Amazing Spider-Man. John's first professional stint in the Comic Book industry doing sketches for covers of reprints at Marvel UK as a favor to his father. John's debut as a comic book writer 1977 with his six page story entitled "Chaos at the Coffee Bean!" in The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #11. Although he had made a major contribution to comic books while still in middle school, John wouldn't get his first big break into the comic book industry until 1978 where he worked alongside David Michelinie and Bob Layton in crating a run of Iron Man comics which introduced several supporting characters that have become huge parts of the Iron Man m...

    During the course of his career, John has illustrated both gritty street-level characters, such as Spider-Man and Daredevil, and cosmic-level characters, such Thor. According to John, he prefers to...

    When he works on a comic, John prefers work using the "Marvel Method".
    John considers "The Man Without Fear" to be his best work, due to the strong storytelling and the quality of the story.
    • Cartoonist, penciler
    • 1977-present
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