Year of birth - 1970
Training - Over 17 years experience in cartooning in newspapers, magazines and comic books worldwide.
First published in - Since the sale of his first cartoon in the Boston Law Journal at the age of 17, cartoonist and comic creator Aaron Warner continues to create innovative and ground-breaking features.
Year first published - 1990
Awards - Rueben Award Nomination from the National Cartoonists Society for his work in
Books illustrated - A College Girl Named Joe (series), My Mom's Meatloaf Moves, Adventures of Aaron, Abe Lincoln May Have Had Heat Vision, Freddie Fernortner Fearless First Grader, Everything I Need To Know I Learned From My Wife
Specific expertise - Book Illustration, Comic Illustration
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