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    Edwin Vazquez
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Edwin Vazquez: A graduate from the School of Visual Arts influenced by the urban settings of New York city. Known for his unique scratchboard style seen in 'The Werewolf of NYC', color art for 'The Simpsons' & 'MAD' magazine/comic books, Editorial/Production talents seen in the underground classic 'Suspect Device' and illustrations printed in the 'Nation Magazine'.

Inspired by his studies with Joey Cavalieri (DC Comics) and assistant work with legend Jerry Robinson on the 'Human Rights' art show, Edwin continues to develop his craft in visual storytelling in the comic book medium.

Date of Birth: January 21, 1980
Birthplace: Queens, NY


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