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Bill Cucinotta | CO2 COMICS BLOG

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CO2 Comics publishers, Bill Cucinotta and Gerry Giovinco, have formally announced that they have incredibly reached an exclusive agreement with Andrew Rev and will be reviving the Comico imprint for a new line of full color comics that will include the ELEMENTALS title originally created by Bill Willingham. Cucinotta and Giovinco were among the original founding partners of Comico the Comic Company. Comico immediately added four new black and white features, AZ by Phil LaSorda, SKROG by Bill Cucinotta, SLAUGHTERMAN by Gerry Giovinco and GRENDEL by Matt Wagner. Cucinotta and Giovinco, who both left the partnership before the demise of their former company, are excited to have the opportunity to steward the Comico brand in the direction it was always intended just in time to celebrate the thirty year anniversary of the title and Comico's publication of their first color comic books. SKROG by Bill Cucinotta Tags: Andrew Murphy, Andrew Rev, Az, Bernie Mireault, Bill Anderson, Bill Cucinotta, Bill Willingham, Chris Kalnick, Chuck Dixon, CO2 Comics, comico, Comico Primer, comico the comic company, Direct Market, Elementals, Evangeline, Frank Thorne, Gauntlet, Gerry Giovinco, Grendel, Gumby, JOHNNY QUEST, Judith Hunt, Mage, matt wagner, Michael Baron, Mike Leeke, Mitch O'Connell, Neil Vokes, phil lasorda, Reggie Byers, Ribit, Rich Rankin, Robotech, Skrog, Slaughterman, Space Ghost, Starblazers, the ELEMENTALS, The World Of Ginger Fox, Victor We look ahead to another exciting year with wonderful new projects and publications to be announced with a firm swell of appreciation of our accomplished past as Bill Cucinotta and I will celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of the publication of our first full-color comic books. Tags: Bill Anderson, Bill Cucinotta, Bill Willingham, Chris Kalnick, Chuck Dixon, Cid and Francis, comico, Comics Interview, COMICS INTERVIEW: The Complete Collection, Craig Rippon, David Anthony Kraft's COMICS INTERVIEW The Complete Collection, Dog Boy, Doggie Style, DOGGIE STYLE The Complete DOG BOY, Dreamcraft, Elementals, Evangeline, Indigo Anderson, John Workman, Judith Hunt, Kevin Eastman, Macross, Mage, Mage the Hero Discovered, Matt Wagner's Mage the Hero Discovered, Mike Sgier, NON, North and South, PBS, Peter Laird, Revenge, Robotech, ROMA, Sam Custodio, Steve Lafler, Superheroes: The Never Ending Battle, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Adventures Of ROMA, The Gold Mask, Triskaidekaphobics Nearly all of those early Independent publishing houses are gone including Comico, the comic company that I co-founded along with Bill Cucinotta and other partners in 1982. New Independents now carry the mantle and the fight goes on. Bill and I have retrenched and formed CO2 Comics four years ago. Tags: Benjamin Franklin, Bill Cucinotta, comico, Comics Code Authority, Direct Market, Free Comics, Gerry Giovinco, Heaven And The Dead City, Independents Day, Ménage à Bughouse, Pennsylvania Gazette, The Heavy Adventures of CAPTAIN OBESE, The Power of Three, Underground Comics That was the issue where Bill Cucinotta and I, as part of the fledgeling Comico crew that also included our former partner Phil LaSorda and SKROG inker, Bill Anderson, were interviewed by David Anthony Kraft, himself, in a New York coffee shop. Tags: Az, Bill Anderson, Bill Cucinotta, comico, Comico Primer, Comico Primer #1, Comics Interview, Comics Interview 5, COMICS INTERVIEW: The Complete Collection, DAK, Dark Horse, David Anthony Kraft, David Anthony Kraft's Comics Interview, David Anthony Kraft's COMICS INTERVIEW The Complete Collection, Gerry Giovinco, Grendel, Image, phil lasorda, Primer, Skrog, Slaughterman, The Comic Company In college, where I met my long time publishing partner Bill Cucinotta, we published a student newspaper, DUCKWORK, with a bunch of like-minded friends that all had an interest in comics. AZ, Skrog, and Slaughterman were each works of the individual Comico partners, Phil LaSorda, Bill Cucinotta, and myself. It was only fitting that when Bill and I began publishing on the web as CO2 Comics the first features we launched were our earlier works SkrogandSlaughterman. Tags: American Revolution, Az, Ben Franklin, Bill Cucinotta, Cat Yronwode, comico, Comico Primer, Comics Buyers Guide, Direct Market, duckwork, Gerry Giovinco, Grendel, Jack Kirby, Jerry Siegel, Joe Shuster, matt wagner, phil lasorda, Primer, self-publishing, Skrog, Slaughterman, Steve Gerber, Superman I was first introduced to the newspaper by my Comico and CO2 Comics publishing partner, Bill Cucinotta, in 1980. Bill worked at Fat Jack's Comic Crypt in those days while he went to school at Philadelphia College of Art and teamed with me and the rest of the gang that published our own underground-ish, student newspaper DUCKWORK. Bill and I want to express a heartfelt thank you and extend our most sincere well wishes to the staff and contributors of CBG especially Maggie Thompson as she continues to blog on her websiteandtakes on a new role blogging for Comic Con International's new Toucan blog. Tags: Bill Cucinotta, CBG, CO2 Comics, Comic Con International, comico, comico the comic company, Comics Buyers Guide, Daily Bugle, Daily Planet, Don & Maggie Thompson, Don Thompson, duckwork, End of an era: Comics Buyer's Guide 1971-2013, Fat Jack's Comic Crypt, John Jackson Miller, Maggie Thompson, Philadelphia College of Art, TBG, The Buyers Guide, The Buyers Guide for Comic Fandom, The Comics Buyer's Guide, The Daily Bugle, The Daily Planet I've written often about DUCKWORK the newspaper that Bill Cucinotta and I published while in college at the Philadelphia College of Art in 1980-1982. Life on the 13th floor with the DUCKWORK crowd was the highlight of my college career that led to many comics publishing experiences and a lifelong friendship with Bill Cucinotta, my partner here at CO2 Comics. Tags: 13, ARCO Building, Bill Cucinotta, CO2 Comics, Dave Johnson, dpi, duckwork, Franklin Institute, Friday the 13th, Gerry Giovinco, HAPPY NEW YEAR, Holy Grail, joe matt, Joe Williams, matt wagner, Mayan Calendar, Mike Leeke, New Year's Day, New Year's resolutions, Philadelphia College of Art, Tina Garcaeu, Triskaidekaphobia, Vessel of God Updates are posted throughout the week as reminders for comics that are continually serialized on a weekly basis here but CO Tuesday has become our weekly kick-off and a chance to get into the heads of Bill Cucinotta and I as we direct the publishing duties of CO2 Comics. Tags: Bill Cucinotta, Black Friday, Bughouse, Bughouse Graphic Novel, Bughouse trilogy, CO Tuesday, CO2 Comics, Comics, Comics Interview, COMICS INTERVIEW: The Complete Collection, Cyber Monday, David Anthony Kraft, David Anthony Kraft's Comics Interview, David Anthony Kraft's COMICS INTERVIEW The Complete Collection, David Anthony Kraft's COMICS INTERVIEW: The Complete Collection Volume 1, DC, DC Comics, Death Fatigue, Don Lomax, Don Lomax's The Heavy Adventures of CAPTAIN OBESE, Gerry Giovinco, Heaven And The Dead City, Joe Williams, Marvel, Marvel Comics, Ménage à Bughouse, Monkey & Bird, Raine Szramski, Small Business Saturday, Steve Lafler, Super Sunday, Superbowl, The 'NAM, The Heavy Adventures of CAPTAIN OBESE, Tina Garceau, Vietnam Journal, Warp Graphics For those of you that have become ardent followers of my blog here at CO2 Comics, Bill Cucinotta and I have posted some links to a few that we consider classics for their recounting of the founding days of our original publishing venture, Comico the Comic Company. If you missed them, now is your chance to play catch up. Gerry Giovinco and Bill Cucinotta Tags: Atlantic City, Bill Cucinotta, comico, comico the comic company, Emergency Broadcast System, Frankenstorm, Gerry Giovinco, Hurricane Sandy, Sandy Bill Cucinotta, the extended CO2 Comics family of creators, and I extend our very heartfelt condolences to the entire Kubert family and to everyone that loved and respected Joe Kubert, one of the very great men to have ever professed to making comics. Tags: Adam Kubert, Andy Kubert, Bill Cucinotta, Chris Kalnick, CO2 Comics, comic book, comico, comico the comic book company, Depth Charge, Gerry Giovinco, Joe Kubert, Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art, Joe Kubert School of Comic Art, Jonny Quest, Kubert School, NON, NON the Transcendental Extraterrestrial, Ringling College of Art and Design, Robotech, Tarzan, XQB


Comico | CO2 COMICS BLOG

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CO2 Comics publishers, Bill Cucinotta and Gerry Giovinco, have formally announced that they have incredibly reached an exclusive agreement with Andrew Rev and will be reviving the Comico imprint for a new line of full color comics that will include the ELEMENTALS title originally created by Bill Willingham. Cucinotta and Giovinco were among the original founding partners of Comico the Comic Company. Comico immediately added four new black and white features, AZ by Phil LaSorda, SKROG by Bill Cucinotta, SLAUGHTERMAN by Gerry Giovinco and GRENDEL by Matt Wagner. Cucinotta and Giovinco, who both left the partnership before the demise of their former company, are excited to have the opportunity to steward the Comico brand in the direction it was always intended just in time to celebrate the thirty year anniversary of the title and Comico's publication of their first color comic books. SKROG by Bill Cucinotta Tags: Andrew Murphy, Andrew Rev, Az, Bernie Mireault, Bill Anderson, Bill Cucinotta, Bill Willingham, Chris Kalnick, Chuck Dixon, CO2 Comics, comico, Comico Primer, comico the comic company, Direct Market, Elementals, Evangeline, Frank Thorne, Gauntlet, Gerry Giovinco, Grendel, Gumby, JOHNNY QUEST, Judith Hunt, Mage, matt wagner, Michael Baron, Mike Leeke, Mitch O'Connell, Neil Vokes, phil lasorda, Reggie Byers, Ribit, Rich Rankin, Robotech, Skrog, Slaughterman, Space Ghost, Starblazers, the ELEMENTALS, The World Of Ginger Fox, Victor We look ahead to another exciting year with wonderful new projects and publications to be announced with a firm swell of appreciation of our accomplished past as Bill Cucinotta and I will celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of the publication of our first full-color comic books. Tags: Bill Anderson, Bill Cucinotta, Bill Willingham, Chris Kalnick, Chuck Dixon, Cid and Francis, comico, Comics Interview, COMICS INTERVIEW: The Complete Collection, Craig Rippon, David Anthony Kraft's COMICS INTERVIEW The Complete Collection, Dog Boy, Doggie Style, DOGGIE STYLE The Complete DOG BOY, Dreamcraft, Elementals, Evangeline, Indigo Anderson, John Workman, Judith Hunt, Kevin Eastman, Macross, Mage, Mage the Hero Discovered, Matt Wagner's Mage the Hero Discovered, Mike Sgier, NON, North and South, PBS, Peter Laird, Revenge, Robotech, ROMA, Sam Custodio, Steve Lafler, Superheroes: The Never Ending Battle, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Adventures Of ROMA, The Gold Mask, Triskaidekaphobics Nearly all of those early Independent publishing houses are gone including Comico, the comic company that I co-founded along with Bill Cucinotta and other partners in 1982. New Independents now carry the mantle and the fight goes on. Bill and I have retrenched and formed CO2 Comics four years ago. Tags: Benjamin Franklin, Bill Cucinotta, comico, Comics Code Authority, Direct Market, Free Comics, Gerry Giovinco, Heaven And The Dead City, Independents Day, Ménage à Bughouse, Pennsylvania Gazette, The Heavy Adventures of CAPTAIN OBESE, The Power of Three, Underground Comics That was the issue where Bill Cucinotta and I, as part of the fledgeling Comico crew that also included our former partner Phil LaSorda and SKROG inker, Bill Anderson, were interviewed by David Anthony Kraft, himself, in a New York coffee shop. Tags: Az, Bill Anderson, Bill Cucinotta, comico, Comico Primer, Comico Primer #1, Comics Interview, Comics Interview 5, COMICS INTERVIEW: The Complete Collection, DAK, Dark Horse, David Anthony Kraft, David Anthony Kraft's Comics Interview, David Anthony Kraft's COMICS INTERVIEW The Complete Collection, Gerry Giovinco, Grendel, Image, phil lasorda, Primer, Skrog, Slaughterman, The Comic Company


History of Comico: The Comic Company

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It later included Phil's brother Dennis and a college friend of mine Bill Cucinotta. In July 2009, Comico co-founders Gerry Giovinco and Bill Cucinotta announced the launch of the webcomics site CO2 Comics.


Gerry Giovinco | CO2 COMICS BLOG

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Because of the generous donation of time, effort and support from Bill Cucinotta and Gerry Giovinco of CO2 Comics, a Kirby4Heroes websitewas created. Tags: Ant Man., Avengers, Axel Alonso, Bill Cucinotta, Captain America, CO2 Comics, ComicsPRO, FANTASTIC FOUR, Geoff Boucher, Gerry Giovinco, Gina McIntyre, Hero Complex, Hero Initiative, Hulk, Iron Man, Jack Kirby, James McLauchlin, Jillian Kirby, Jim McLauchlin, Joe Prado, Joe Sinnott, Kirby4Heroes, Kirby4Heroes campaign, LA Times Hero Complex, Marco Davanzo, Marvel Comics, Moebius Liceo Gallery, National Jack Kirby Day, Nerdist, Noelene Clark, Paolo Rivera, Paul Harding, Phil Hester, Ron Marz, Seth Laderman, Silver Surfer, The Thing, Thor, Wake Up And Draw, Walt Simonson Six years ago Bill Cucinotta and I launched the CO2 Comics website, targeting July 4th as our official Founders Day and a reason to celebrate independent comics everywhere. Tags: Bill Cucinotta, CO2 Comics, comico, Comico Comics, Gerry Giovinco Top: Dennis LaSorta, Phil Lasorda, Bottom: Gerry Giovinco, Bill Cucinotta Bill Cucinotta and I are only two of "the original founders" of Comico. There may or may not be a defined black list in comics, but Bill and I often feel like two black sheep when our current efforts and accomplishments are overlooked. Bill and I have the same vision we ever had: to publish creator owned comics and to establish wonderful, trustworthy, and mutually profitable relationships with creators in that process. Tags: Amity Shlaes, Andrew Rev, Bill Cucinotta, Bill Willingham, Bleeding Cool, Chuck Dixon, CO2 Comics, comico, DYNAMITE, Elementals, Gerry Giovinco, Paul Rivoche, Rich Johnston, Steven Rev, THE FORGOTTEN MAN Independent Comics Day is upon us and this year, as usual, Bill Cucinotta and I celebrate our Independence as comic publishers on the anniversary of our July 4, 2009 launch of CO2 Comics! Tags: Aristocratic Xtraterrestrial Time Traveling Thieves, Bill Anderson, Bill Cucinotta, Bughouse, CAPTAIN OBESE, Chris Kalnick, CO2 Comics, comico, Comics Interview, COMICS INTERVIEW: The Complete Collection, DAK, David Anthony Kraft, David Anthony Kraft's COMICS INTERVIEW The Complete Collection, David Willis, Dog Boy, DOGGIE STYLE The Complete DOG BOY, Don Lomax, Gerry Giovinco, Heaven And The Dead City, Henry Vogel, Independence Day, Independent Comics Day, John Workman, Mark Propst, Ménage à Bughouse, NON, Raine Szramski, Rick McCollum, ROMA, SCREAMING MASKS, Slaughterman, SOUTHERN KNIGHTS, Steve Lafler, The Adventures Of ROMA, The Complete Dog Boy, The Heavy Adventures of CAPTAIN OBESE, X-THIEVES What a flashback it was not just to see work by all the great artists that are included but to see images drawn by the Comico crew that included Matt Wagner, Reggie Byers, Will Brown, Vince Argondezzi, Phil LaSorda, Bill Cucinotta, and myself, all done over thirty years ago! Tags: Bill Anderson, Bill Cucinotta, comico, comico the comic company, Gerry Giovinco, matt wagner, phil lasorda, Philadelphia College of Art, Preston Blair, Reggie Byers, Sketchbook, Superheroes, Vince Argondezzi, Will Brown CO2 Comics publishers, Bill Cucinotta and Gerry Giovinco, have formally announced that they have incredibly reached an exclusive agreement with Andrew Rev and will be reviving the Comico imprint for a new line of full color comics that will include the ELEMENTALS title originally created by Bill Willingham. Cucinotta and Giovinco were among the original founding partners of Comico the Comic Company. Comico immediately added four new black and white features, AZ by Phil LaSorda, SKROG by Bill Cucinotta, SLAUGHTERMAN by Gerry Giovinco and GRENDEL by Matt Wagner. Cucinotta and Giovinco, who both left the partnership before the demise of their former company, are excited to have the opportunity to steward the Comico brand in the direction it was always intended just in time to celebrate the thirty year anniversary of the title and Comico's publication of their first color comic books. SKROG by Bill Cucinotta Tags: Andrew Murphy, Andrew Rev, Az, Bernie Mireault, Bill Anderson, Bill Cucinotta, Bill Willingham, Chris Kalnick, Chuck Dixon, CO2 Comics, comico, Comico Primer, comico the comic company, Direct Market, Elementals, Evangeline, Frank Thorne, Gauntlet, Gerry Giovinco, Grendel, Gumby, JOHNNY QUEST, Judith Hunt, Mage, matt wagner, Michael Baron, Mike Leeke, Mitch O'Connell, Neil Vokes, phil lasorda, Reggie Byers, Ribit, Rich Rankin, Robotech, Skrog, Slaughterman, Space Ghost, Starblazers, the ELEMENTALS, The World Of Ginger Fox, Victor Nearly all of those early Independent publishing houses are gone including Comico, the comic company that I co-founded along with Bill Cucinotta and other partners in 1982. New Independents now carry the mantle and the fight goes on. Bill and I have retrenched and formed CO2 Comics four years ago. Tags: Benjamin Franklin, Bill Cucinotta, comico, Comics Code Authority, Direct Market, Free Comics, Gerry Giovinco, Heaven And The Dead City, Independents Day, Ménage à Bughouse, Pennsylvania Gazette, The Heavy Adventures of CAPTAIN OBESE, The Power of Three, Underground Comics That was the issue where Bill Cucinotta and I, as part of the fledgeling Comico crew that also included our former partner Phil LaSorda and SKROG inker, Bill Anderson, were interviewed by David Anthony Kraft, himself, in a New York coffee shop. Tags: Az, Bill Anderson, Bill Cucinotta, comico, Comico Primer, Comico Primer #1, Comics Interview, Comics Interview 5, COMICS INTERVIEW: The Complete Collection, DAK, Dark Horse, David Anthony Kraft, David Anthony Kraft's Comics Interview, David Anthony Kraft's COMICS INTERVIEW The Complete Collection, Gerry Giovinco, Grendel, Image, phil lasorda, Primer, Skrog, Slaughterman, The Comic Company In college, where I met my long time publishing partner Bill Cucinotta, we published a student newspaper, DUCKWORK, with a bunch of like-minded friends that all had an interest in comics. AZ, Skrog, and Slaughterman were each works of the individual Comico partners, Phil LaSorda, Bill Cucinotta, and myself. It was only fitting that when Bill and I began publishing on the web as CO2 Comics the first features we launched were our earlier works SkrogandSlaughterman. Tags: American Revolution, Az, Ben Franklin, Bill Cucinotta, Cat Yronwode, comico, Comico Primer, Comics Buyers Guide, Direct Market, duckwork, Gerry Giovinco, Grendel, Jack Kirby, Jerry Siegel, Joe Shuster, matt wagner, phil lasorda, Primer, self-publishing, Skrog, Slaughterman, Steve Gerber, Superman


Comics Interview | CO2 COMICS BLOG

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We look ahead to another exciting year with wonderful new projects and publications to be announced with a firm swell of appreciation of our accomplished past as Bill Cucinotta and I will celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of the publication of our first full-color comic books. Tags: Bill Anderson, Bill Cucinotta, Bill Willingham, Chris Kalnick, Chuck Dixon, Cid and Francis, comico, Comics Interview, COMICS INTERVIEW: The Complete Collection, Craig Rippon, David Anthony Kraft's COMICS INTERVIEW The Complete Collection, Dog Boy, Doggie Style, DOGGIE STYLE The Complete DOG BOY, Dreamcraft, Elementals, Evangeline, Indigo Anderson, John Workman, Judith Hunt, Kevin Eastman, Macross, Mage, Mage the Hero Discovered, Matt Wagner's Mage the Hero Discovered, Mike Sgier, NON, North and South, PBS, Peter Laird, Revenge, Robotech, ROMA, Sam Custodio, Steve Lafler, Superheroes: The Never Ending Battle, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Adventures Of ROMA, The Gold Mask, Triskaidekaphobics That was the issue where Bill Cucinotta and I, as part of the fledgeling Comico crew that also included our former partner Phil LaSorda and SKROG inker, Bill Anderson, were interviewed by David Anthony Kraft, himself, in a New York coffee shop. Tags: Az, Bill Anderson, Bill Cucinotta, comico, Comico Primer, Comico Primer #1, Comics Interview, Comics Interview 5, COMICS INTERVIEW: The Complete Collection, DAK, Dark Horse, David Anthony Kraft, David Anthony Kraft's Comics Interview, David Anthony Kraft's COMICS INTERVIEW The Complete Collection, Gerry Giovinco, Grendel, Image, phil lasorda, Primer, Skrog, Slaughterman, The Comic Company Bill Cucinotta and Gerry Giovinco, publishers at CO2 Comics could not be happier than to have the opportunity to present these two short pieces by John Workman. Updates are posted throughout the week as reminders for comics that are continually serialized on a weekly basis here but CO Tuesday has become our weekly kick-off and a chance to get into the heads of Bill Cucinotta and I as we direct the publishing duties of CO2 Comics. Tags: Bill Cucinotta, Black Friday, Bughouse, Bughouse Graphic Novel, Bughouse trilogy, CO Tuesday, CO2 Comics, Comics, Comics Interview, COMICS INTERVIEW: The Complete Collection, Cyber Monday, David Anthony Kraft, David Anthony Kraft's Comics Interview, David Anthony Kraft's COMICS INTERVIEW The Complete Collection, David Anthony Kraft's COMICS INTERVIEW: The Complete Collection Volume 1, DC, DC Comics, Death Fatigue, Don Lomax, Don Lomax's The Heavy Adventures of CAPTAIN OBESE, Gerry Giovinco, Heaven And The Dead City, Joe Williams, Marvel, Marvel Comics, Ménage à Bughouse, Monkey & Bird, Raine Szramski, Small Business Saturday, Steve Lafler, Super Sunday, Superbowl, The 'NAM, The Heavy Adventures of CAPTAIN OBESE, Tina Garceau, Vietnam Journal, Warp Graphics


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