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Name  John Kovalic
Role  Cartoonist
Spouse  Judith Kovalic

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Born  24 November 1962 (age 53) (1962-11-24) Manchester, England
Occupation  Cartoonist, illustrator, and writer
Children  Louisa Claudette-Marie Kovalic
Nominations  Origins Award for Game Accessory of the Year
Books  Livin' la Vida Dorka, Here Be Snapdragons!, Kobolds Ate My Baby!: Th, Id6 Degrees of Separation, Kobolds Ate My Baby Mor

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John Kovalic (born Robert John Kovalic, Jr. on 24 November 1962) is a cartoonist, illustrator, and writer.

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Career

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Born in Manchester, England, Kovalic is best known for his Dork Tower comic book, comic strip, and webcomic, and other humorous work set in and about the fantasy role-playing game genre, such as The Unspeakable Oaf. He has illustrated board and card games for several companies, including Steve Jackson Games (notably the Munchkin card game, plus its many expansions and derivatives, and Chez Geek and its derivatives), Cumberland Games & Diversions (Pokéthulhu), and the third edition of Fantasy Flight Games's Mag Blast. He was also the sole illustrator for the "Super Deluxx" edition of Kobolds Ate My Baby! and has subsequently occasionally featured supplemental KAMB material in the Dork Tower comic book.

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Kovalic is a co-founder and co-owner of Out of the Box Publishing. He is also the company's art director and designer of the 2003 trivia party game Whad'Ya Know?, based on Michael Feldman's Whad'Ya Know?, as well as the illustrator of Apples to Apples.

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Kovalic is an award-winning editorial cartoonist for the Wisconsin State Journal. His work has appeared in The New York Times and The Washington Post, and he continues to freelance for Milwaukee's The Daily Reporter. He has also worked for CARtoons Magazine. He is also the writer of the comic Doctor Blink Superhero Shrink, which is penciled and inked by Christopher Jones and colored and lettered by Melissa Kaercher.

Honors

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Kovalic's cartoons are multi–Origins Award–winners and have been nominated for two Harvies—for best cartoonist and the special award for humor in comics. USA Today called Kovalic a "Hot Pick". In 2003, Kovalic became the first cartoonist inducted into the Academy of Adventure Gaming's Hall of Fame.

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Kovalic has thrice been a guest of honor—in 2003, 2007, and 2008—at the science, science fiction, and fantasy convention, CONvergence.

List of games illustrated

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Kovalic has provided illustrations for large number of games, including:

References

John Kovalic Wikipedia


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