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Jay Piscopo Gallery of art!

Covers that were printed in the Fawcett Collectors of America section of Alter Ego edited by P.C Hammerlinck.















More art at the url below:
https://www.facebook.com/The-Art-of-Jay-Piscopo-112769612079000/


Meet the Artist - Jay Piscopo
Jay Piscopo is the author and illustrator of The Undersea Adventures of Capt'n Eli graphic novel series. He is also the creator of Sea Ghost #1: The Sea Ghost in the Machine one-shot comic book, which he wrote and illustrated in his unique signature style, combining 2D characters with 3D backgrounds.

He is a featured contributor in the Reading With Pictures anthology and is illustrating Moonstone's new The Spider Special #1: Curse of the Unholy 3, which is being written by Martin Powell.

Past projects include working as an art director at Tom Snyder Productions where he produced educational CD-ROMs, including the award-winning Fizz and Martina's Math Adventures, and animated the ABC Saturday Morning show Squigglevision. He also co-created the internationally distributed comic book series, The Scrap City Pack Rats, featuring the world's first disabled superheroes. This six-issue series received national attention for its groundbreaking approach and subject matter

Jay is an engaging presenter with extensive on-camera and radio experience. He has conducted hundreds of comics workshops and classroom events teaching drawing and storytelling techniques. He resides in his home town of Portland, Maine.



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