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InConJunction Science Fiction and Fantasy Convention

Indianapolis, IN

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July 1 - 3, 2005


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Aaron Williams

Artist Guest of Honor


Aaron Williams;

Aaron Williams’ first cartoon was published in Dragon magazine in 1989. He was 19 years old, and it was drawn on typing paper with a flair-tipped pen. He’s come a long way since then. His work has been published in Dragon Magazine, Dungeon Magazine, and Amazing Stories. While starting his career in cartooning, he worked as an artist for Southwestern Bell Yellow Pages. In 2000 he took a leap and decided to take the Nodwick cartoon strip he’d created and turn it into a comic book. It’s the story of a henchman used and abused by his companions on their many quests to save the world, find treasure, and right the wrongs done by evil.

The bulk of his work today involves putting out two comic books on a bi-monthly basis. Taking real life and turning it into something funny is a talent he has always had. Aaron grew up in a home full of educators, and then he decided to marry one. What would any normal person in this situation do? Why, create a comic book about all of the stories you are bombarded with on a daily basis. And so, ps238 was born. This is a comic about a school for the children of super heroes. Training, mentoring and educating children can be a task; add flight, laser beams, and super strength to the mix and you get nothing but pure hilarity.

Aaron has been know to dabble in watercolors occasionally, and when his wife pulls him away from the studio, he’ll often head down to the workshop for feats of mad science and carpentry. He has lived in Kansas City for almost 10 years now, and in Missouri most of his life.

For anyone interested in Aaron’s work, his webpage can be found at www.nodwick.com. It is updated weekly, with a chance for fans to chat with him through Live Journal. Both Nodwick and ps238 can be found across the United States and internationally at a comic shop near you. If not, look on-line. Aaron will ship them to you, complete with autograph.


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