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Todd Nauck

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2014-04-13 12:15:53 mikebo Suffix none
2014-04-13 12:15:53 mikebo Website http://www.wildguard.com http://toddnauck.com
2007-09-15 03:08:56 Todd Nauck Suffix none
2007-09-15 03:08:56 Todd Nauck E-mail mail@wildguard.com
2007-09-15 03:08:56 Todd Nauck Website http://www.toddnauck.com http://www.wildguard.com
2007-09-15 03:08:56 Todd Nauck Bio Todd has always had a love for drawing and superheroes. His earliest memories are of drawing Bert and Ernie, and hamburgers. Batman, Spider-Man and Superman toys and clothing were always found around the house. Todd loved creating his own characters but did not get into collecting comics until the eighth grade. A year later, he decided he wanted to draw comics for a living. After graduating high school, Todd took his portfolio to comic book conventions where he recieved several brutal critiques. Shortly after, he enrolled at the Art Institute of Dallas. After completing his education, Todd started sending out his samples to all of the major companies. In between submissions, he would write, draw, and letter a series of homemade mini comics featuring his own characters. These mini comics were printed from a copy machine. A year later, a couple of Todd's college buddies showed these mini comics to Dan Fraga of Extreme Studios while at a Houston comic book convention. Dan liked the comics and took them to show his boss, Rob Liefeld. Todd was hired two days later and moved to Southern California in April 1994. In the two and a half years at Extreme Studios, Todd worked on such series as Badrock and Company, Newmen, Supreme, and Youngblood. Todd then went on to draw for Marvel and DC Comics. After doing fill-in work on Sensational Spider-Man and Legion of Superheroes, he was given the honor of helping launch a new series starring the DC's teen heroes: Young Justice. Todd has been with the title from issue #1 to the last issue, #55. Todd has always had a love for drawing and superheroes. His earliest memories are of drawing Bert and Ernie, and hamburgers. Batman, Spider-Man and Superman toys and clothing were always found around the house. Todd loved creating his own characters but did not get into collecting comics until the eighth grade. A year later, he decided he wanted to draw comics for a living. After graduating high school, Todd took his portfolio to comic book conventions where he received several brutal critiques. Shortly after, he enrolled at the Art Institute of Dallas. After completing his education, Todd started sending out his samples to all of the major companies. In between submissions, he would write, draw, and letter a series of homemade mini comics featuring his own characters. These mini comics were printed from a copy machine. A year later, a couple of Todd's college buddies showed these mini comics to Dan Fraga of Extreme Studios while at a Houston comic book convention. Dan liked the comics and took them to show his boss, Rob Liefeld. Todd was hired two days later and moved to Southern California in April 1994. In the two and a half years at Extreme Studios, Todd worked on such series as Badrock and Company, Newmen, Supreme, and Youngblood. Todd then went on to draw for Marvel and DC Comics. After doing fill-in work on Sensational Spider-Man and Legion of Superheroes, he was given the honor of helping launch a new series starring the DC's teen heroes: Young Justice. Todd has been with the title from issue #1 to the last issue, #55. Todd brought his creator-owned comic about a reality TV super-team, WildGuard, to Image Comics in 2003. He has written and drawn several mini-series and a one-shot chronicling these "made-for-TV" adventures. Most recently, Todd has drawn a ten issue run on Marvel's Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man series (#11-13, 17-23) including the popular, Back in Black story arc.
2007-09-15 03:08:56 Todd Nauck Notes Todd has a fairly good photographic memory generally retaining knowledge of TV, comics, music, movies, and other useless trivia. He is quick on the draw and can pencil 2-3 comic book pages in a day. He has a complete collection of Mystery Science Theater 3000 episodes and is developing an uncanny recall for episode details and quotes. Todd can also fly and has hydro-powered arms. Though due to the lack of practice is not proficient in these last two abilities.
2006-02-11 01:14:35 Stephanie Suffix none
2006-02-11 01:14:35 Stephanie Bio HISTORY: Todd has always had a love for drawing and superheroes. His earliest memories are of drawing Bert and Ernie, and hamburgers. Batman, Spider-Man and Superman toys and clothing were always found around the house. Todd loved creating his own characters but did not get into collecting comics until the eighth grade. A year later, he decided he wanted to draw comics for a living. After graduating high school, Todd took his portfolio to comic book conventions where he recieved several brutal critiques. Shortly after, he enrolled at the Art Institute of Dallas. After completing his education, Todd started sending out his samples to all of the major companies. In between submissions, he would write, draw, and letter a series of homemade mini comics featuring his own characters. These mini comics were printed from a copy machine. A year later, a couple of Todd's college buddies showed these mini comics to Dan Fraga of Extreme Studios while at a Houston comic book convention. Dan liked the comics and took them to show his boss, Rob Liefeld. Todd was hired two days later and moved to Southern California in April 1994. In the two and a half years at Extreme Studios, Todd worked on such series as Badrock and Company, Newmen, Supreme, and Youngblood. Todd then went on to draw for Marvel and DC Comics. After doing fill-in work on Sensational Spider-Man and Legion of Superheroes, he was given the honor of helping launch a new series starring the DC's teen heroes: Young Justice. Todd has been with the title from issue #1 to the last issue, #55. Todd has always had a love for drawing and superheroes. His earliest memories are of drawing Bert and Ernie, and hamburgers. Batman, Spider-Man and Superman toys and clothing were always found around the house. Todd loved creating his own characters but did not get into collecting comics until the eighth grade. A year later, he decided he wanted to draw comics for a living. After graduating high school, Todd took his portfolio to comic book conventions where he recieved several brutal critiques. Shortly after, he enrolled at the Art Institute of Dallas. After completing his education, Todd started sending out his samples to all of the major companies. In between submissions, he would write, draw, and letter a series of homemade mini comics featuring his own characters. These mini comics were printed from a copy machine. A year later, a couple of Todd's college buddies showed these mini comics to Dan Fraga of Extreme Studios while at a Houston comic book convention. Dan liked the comics and took them to show his boss, Rob Liefeld. Todd was hired two days later and moved to Southern California in April 1994. In the two and a half years at Extreme Studios, Todd worked on such series as Badrock and Company, Newmen, Supreme, and Youngblood. Todd then went on to draw for Marvel and DC Comics. After doing fill-in work on Sensational Spider-Man and Legion of Superheroes, he was given the honor of helping launch a new series starring the DC's teen heroes: Young Justice. Todd has been with the title from issue #1 to the last issue, #55.
2006-02-11 01:14:35 Stephanie Notes POWERS & ABILITIES: Todd has a fairly good photographic memory generally retaining knowledge of TV, comics, music, movies, and other useless trivia. He is quick on the draw and can pencil 2-3 comic book pages in a day. He has a complete collection of Mystery Science Theater 3000 episodes and is developing an uncanny recall for episode details and quotes. Todd can also fly and has hydro-powered arms. Though due to the lack of practice is not proficient in these last two abilities. Todd has a fairly good photographic memory generally retaining knowledge of TV, comics, music, movies, and other useless trivia. He is quick on the draw and can pencil 2-3 comic book pages in a day. He has a complete collection of Mystery Science Theater 3000 episodes and is developing an uncanny recall for episode details and quotes. Todd can also fly and has hydro-powered arms. Though due to the lack of practice is not proficient in these last two abilities.
2006-02-11 01:08:45 Stephanie Suffix none
2006-02-11 01:08:45 Stephanie Nickname Ruckus, Nauck Speed, Obscure Reference Lad, Toddim
2006-02-11 01:08:25 Stephanie Suffix none
2006-02-11 01:08:25 Stephanie Nickname Ruckus, Nauck Speed, Obscure Reference Lad, Toddimus Maximus
2006-02-11 01:08:25 Stephanie DOB 1971
2006-02-11 01:08:25 Stephanie Birthplace Texas
2006-02-11 01:08:25 Stephanie Website http://www.toddnauck.com
2006-02-11 01:08:25 Stephanie Bio HISTORY: Todd has always had a love for drawing and superheroes. His earliest memories are of drawing Bert and Ernie, and hamburgers. Batman, Spider-Man and Superman toys and clothing were always found around the house. Todd loved creating his own characters but did not get into collecting comics until the eighth grade. A year later, he decided he wanted to draw comics for a living. After graduating high school, Todd took his portfolio to comic book conventions where he recieved several brutal critiques. Shortly after, he enrolled at the Art Institute of Dallas. After completing his education, Todd started sending out his samples to all of the major companies. In between submissions, he would write, draw, and letter a series of homemade mini comics featuring his own characters. These mini comics were printed from a copy machine. A year later, a couple of Todd's college buddies showed these mini comics to Dan Fraga of Extreme Studios while at a Houston comic book convention. Dan liked the comics and took them to show his boss, Rob Liefeld. Todd was hired two days later and moved to Southern California in April 1994. In the two and a half years at Extreme Studios, Todd worked on such series as Badrock and Company, Newmen, Supreme, and Youngblood. Todd then went on to draw for Marvel and DC Comics. After doing fill-in work on Sensational Spider-Man and Legion of Superheroes, he was given the honor of helping launch a new series starring the DC's teen heroes: Young Justice. Todd has been with the title from issue #1 to the last issue, #55.
2006-02-11 01:08:25 Stephanie Notes POWERS & ABILITIES: Todd has a fairly good photographic memory generally retaining knowledge of TV, comics, music, movies, and other useless trivia. He is quick on the draw and can pencil 2-3 comic book pages in a day. He has a complete collection of Mystery Science Theater 3000 episodes and is developing an uncanny recall for episode details and quotes. Todd can also fly and has hydro-powered arms. Though due to the lack of practice is not proficient in these last two abilities.


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