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    Bob Ulrich
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Bob Ulrich was born on the day that the moon descended from the heavens, rested upon the shores of DownEast Maine, had a seafood dinner and smiled upon it's people.  In thanks for the hospitality, the moon's gift to Earth was Bobby Ulrich.  When interviewed the moon noted that it considers Bobby to be it's greatest creation, placing him even before the tidal pull.  Opposing biographies place Bobby's place of birth as Bethesda Naval Hospital, but anyone in the know understands that this is an elaborate government cover up.  
 
Bobby is alternately known as "His First High Holiness of the Never Ending Beginning" and "Giver of All Sustenance." His followers gladly work 18 hour days in ink mines to provide Bobby with his magical ink.  Other followers show their devotion to him in the graphite mines from which comes his enchanted pencil leads.  The worker's enhance their already abundant morale by singing their song of devotion:  "My most holy one.  Born from the moon in spite of sun.  The Earth was born on this day.  His holiness gave it life.  He has brought me life and he has brought me light.  If I defy his holiness, my joy will end and life will cease."   He draws only on manga boards made of silk from a species of silk worm that sings "Green Eyed Lady." 
 
Bobby regularly masters all tasks that he attempts.  The first time he ever played hackey-sack the others in the circle died from starvation due him putting together a 2,119,342,098 combo before passing it back.  Those playing with him were unable to leave due to their awe of such skill.  There was another time still that he taught a pride of lions the Dewey Decimal System so they could run a library for all the animals of the savannah.  It goes without saying that he also converted the lions to a vegetarian diet so they could do their job without the temptation of the kill.  
 
When Bobby isn't tending to his mass of followers or building his legend he focuses on his favorite creative endeavors such as being one third of AP&P Comics.  Bob created USA-Hole, Rex Felix, The Mutilitantes, Super Dog Faced Boy (Wolf) and many more.  Further he was instrumental in the character design of Needledrugs, which until he gave it life was nothing more than the mumbled ramblings of a derelict.  The sheer spectre of his work may lead to blindness or stigmata, but all that have seen his work and read his words know this to be a reasonable risk.  He has also earned two academic degrees, an Associate in Photography and a BA in Studio Art.  Both degrees were earned on a single day and he studied from books made of lotus petals.  
 
Bobby also likes to rock.  He contributes to a music blog and plays bass guitar in a band called Holland Holland.  It is said that he taught bass guitar to Cliff Burton, John Entwistle and Jaco Pastorius.  Many experts believe that their untimely deaths were due to the intensity and breadth of Bobby's teachings.  Should he choose, Bobby can put down such a smooth bass lick that your bones will melt.  As of yet, he hasn't chose to unleash this unearthly power.

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E-mail: bob@apandpcomics.com




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Writer:
Tales from the Endoverse (2010)

Penciller:
Citizen Comics (2012)
Tales from the Endoverse (2010)

Inker:
Citizen Comics (2012)
Tales from the Endoverse (2010)

Colorist:
Citizen Comics (2012)
Tales from the Endoverse (2010)

Letterer:
Citizen Comics (2012)
Tales from the Endoverse (2010)

Cover Artist:
Tales from the Endoverse (2010)



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