Websites: www.bopcomics.com, www.stopstealingmystuff.com, mummycop.carbonmade.com
Bio: Randall Kirby, comics gadabout, earned his Bachelors of Fine Arts degree in Sequential Art from the Savannah College of Art and Design.
He is the writer and primary artist behind BopComics.com, as well as working on Hayseed and Disco Ninja with Brian Douglas Ahern and Young Bottoms In Love with Tim Fish. in addition, Randall often produces many fine mini comics starring his character Flying Snowman.
Randall is also a talented amateur actor, and has portrayed such roles as Petruchio, Falstaff, Nick Bottom, and King Henry II. He won the Wizard magazine Halloween costume contest twice, and dabbles in model photography as well.
He has also worked in hardware retailing for close to twenty years, which often influences his work.
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