True American Legend Comic Creator: Aaron Warner 


Since the sale of his first cartoon to the Boston Law Journal at the age of 17, cartoonist and comic creator AARON WARNER has created ground-breaking cartoon features for newspapers and magazines worldwide. For over ten years, the critically acclaimed and wildly popular Adventures of Aaron comic strip was read by over six million newspaper subscribers, spawning two comic book series with Image, Adventures of Aaron and Aaron Strips, which garnered a Reuben Award nomination from the National Cartoonist Society. From 2002 to 2007, Warner syndicated A College Girl Named Joe, a college-themed daily strip that became the number one downloaded comic feature through MCT Campus. Working with his wife, Angie, at their Cartoon Studios business, they create features for corporate clients or individuals, and provide illustrations for other creators, including Jonathan Rand’s, “Freddie Fernortner: Fearless First Grader” and Rex Haven's "Everything I Needed To Know I Learned From My Wife!" Other past projects include: Ghost Canyon (Evolved Comics), Married With Children: Kelly Goes to Kollege #3 (Now Comics), Bulk Comix (Chiasmus), Number One (Aazurn Publishing).