About Everyman Studios
The ARG! Cartoon Animation studio was founded by Artie Romero. Starting in high school in the 1960s, he's always been a cartoonist and comic book artist. Publishing held a magical appeal for Artie. He studied fine art and illustration in college, and kept drawing and publishing.
Everyman was always a labor of love, successful only by the standards of the small press. Artie moved away from printing and publishing in 1981, after he fell in love with the art of animation. Everyman Studios became an animation studio, and it was renamed ARG! Cartoon Animation in 1994. For more details, check out Artie Romero's personal site.
Right: Artie Romero (1980)
New comix by Everyman Studios & friends
Realm #8: The best of Everyman Comics
Nutso Toons #2
The first issue of Nutso Toons was an 8 page mini-comic published by Everyman Studios in 1979. 37 years later, a second issue premiered to great acclaim at the Denver Independent Comics & Art Expo in March.
This large size, adults-only comic book features an inside cover painting by Rick Berry, a wrap-around cover and 5-page previously unpublished story "Squork & Ortney" by Artie Romero, 10 pages by underground comix great Skip Williamson, plus comics and art by tremendous talents such as Jay Lynch, Rick Berry, MK Brown, Spain, Dan O'Neill, Darrel Anderson, Bob Vojtko, Jim Siergey and more. 36 pages, oversize 8.5" x 11" with full-color front, back and inside covers, all on the best quality paper stock. The first edition consists of just 500 copies.
Only $3.99, or $15.00 autographed by Artie Romero
U.S. shipping: $3.25