Tom Fowler (cartoonist)

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Tom Fowler
BornJanuary 6
Northern Ontario
Area(s) Penciller, Inker

Tom Fowler is a Canadian cartoonist living in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. [1] [2]


His published work includes Monroe feature in the MAD magazine, Mysterius the Unfathomable , Quantum & Woody , Green Arrow , Venom , Hulk: Season One , Prince of Persia: Before the Sandstorm and Howtoons: [Re]Ignition . He has also illustrated several cards in the Doomtown collectible card game. In 2016, he made his writing debut on Oni Press' Rick and Morty series, writing the arcs "Head-Space", "The Noble Pursuit of Fair Play", and "Big Game". [3] [4]


Interior comic work includes:

Covers only

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  2. Boyd, Kevin (January 20, 2009). "Tom Fowler interview". THE JOE SHUSTER AWARDS.
  3. Thompson, Barry (January 20, 2016). "Incoming Rick and Morty Comic Writer Tom Fowler Takes Series to Sad, Absurd Extremes". Paste.
  4. Gaudette, Emily (February 8, 2016). "Rick and Morty Comics Are About to Get a Lot Better". Inverse.