Archer Prewitt is an American musician and cartoonist associated with the independent music scene in Chicago, Illinois.
Prewitt enrolled in the Kansas City Art Institute and began drumming in the band Tunnel Dogs and then Mudhead. Archer also played bass in Kansas City local favorites the Bangtails. He then co-founded The Coctails, who moved from Kansas City to Chicago after their first album (1989) and went on to release six albums in all by the time they played their last show on New Years Eve 1995/96. By then Prewitt had also been involved with a new project, The Sea and Cake, who have released several critically acclaimed albums. Concomitant with his work in The Sea and Cake, Prewitt produced several solo releases.
In addition to his music, Prewitt is a freelance illustrator, cartoonist, and comic book colorist. His first professional illustrations were for the Kansas City Star while he still lived there. In 1992, he started drawing and self-publishing his Sof' Boy mini-comic, while also working as a colorist for Marvel Comics. Sof' Boy has subsequently been published by Kitchen Sink Press and Fantagraphics Books. Another Prewitt character is Funny Bunny, who has made several appearances in diverse publications. Prewitt's work has appeared in Zero Zero, Drawn and Quarterly, Timothy McSweeney's Quarterly Concern, and BLAB!.
Prewitt was nominated for a 1997 Eisner Award for Best Colorist (for Sof' Boy and Friends).
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Archer Prewitt is a favorite creator of 2 usersAwards:
- 1998 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards - Nominee - Best Colorist: (for Sof\' Boy and Friends [Drawn & Quarterly])
- 1998 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards - Nominee - Best Letterer: (Sof' Boy and Friends (Drawn & Quarterly))