I was born and raised until I was 12 in Brooklyn, New York.
How was your childhood?
It was kind of difficult at times, but I compensated by escaping into my own little world!
Did your parents encourage you to read?
They got me into reading, actually.
Did they approved of you reading comics?
Yes, they got me started, it's always the parents fault.
Did they ever bought you comics?
Yes, especially my mom would get me Archie, Muppet babies, GI Joe, and these digest that had Alf, Heathcliff the Cat, these weird toy tie-ins called Monster Balls..
I learned how to read with comics and children's books before I started school.
What were your favorite comic book characters growing up?
As a kid, Archie and the gang, they were my true introduction to comics.
When did you started reading comics?
Can't remember that far back! My guess would be around 4.
Do you still read and collect them? If so, what books do you currently read?
I always reread my favorites, I started to collect again last year. I'm currently following Batman, Teen Titans, Ultimate Spider-Man and a ton of webcomics.
When I was 15.
Did you had any formal training?
Why did you choose to join Truthful Comics?
It was bound to happen with the brotherhood with Manuel, and the collaborations on the Project: New Wave title!
What books are you working on?
Writer on "Project: New Wave", and my very own "Fred Peterson, The Mighty Warlord". I'm also working on Truthful Comics Presents: The Mysterious Exorcist and a Project: New Wave/Mighty Warlord One-Shot.
What's it about?
-"Project: New Wave" is a team book that mixes up high action, a little of sci-fi, a little of drama, I really like this title for it's "summer blockbuster" or old school comic feel it has to it.
-"Fred Peterson, The Mighty Warlord" is more of an "every man" type of story, heavy on character development and drama, with a super hero/fantasy twist.
-Truthful Comics Presents is an anthology book focusing on a specific Truthful Comics character.
What's your goal as a creator?
To honestly express myself through these projects and leave a body of work behind me that will outlive me.