Howard Simpson is a storyteller. He was born and raised in Newark, NJ. First professional work included creating signs for different businesses in the neighborhood; then expanded to illustration jobs while attending Arts High School in Newark.
Among other illustration assignments, began drawing storyboards for Action-News & Accu-Weather while attending Temple University's Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia. Began drawing comic books before graduation. His freelance clients grew from there to include Disney,Warner Bros. Animation, Simon & Schuster, HBO and many more.
He's also been an instructor at The Joe Kubert School of Cartoon & Graphic Art and Golden West College. Always interested in teaching and inspiring young minds.
I am working on web comics right now and that can be seen online:
You may check them out on the platform of your choice Webtoon or Tapas
A satirical look at old Romance Comics from the 1940s and 50s seen with young eyes.
Zone 26 is where anything can happen and usually does! Use your good eye while you are here, as things are not what they appear to be at first glance. Zone 26 is a black and white world,
"It's like Cartoon Jazz," says Jon (Superman) Bogdanove.
Check out my webcomic Tangent City - Don't Go There! The place no serious artist wants to go. The number one killer of depth in art is tangents. A look at how to take the detours.
Check it out on Tapas
HOWARD'S MOST RECENT WORK FOR HEROIC PUBLISHING CAN BE FOUND IN THESE ISSUES:
LIBERTY COMICS #1
SENSATIONAL G-GIRL #4
A GALLERY OF HOWARD SIMPSON ART