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Michael 'Mike' Kelleher

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Date User Field Old Value New Value
2014-09-11 03:40:14 aaronmoish First Name Michael Michael 'Mike'
2014-09-11 03:40:14 aaronmoish Suffix none
2014-09-11 03:40:14 aaronmoish Nickname Mike Kelleher
2011-03-12 05:01:22 übernot First Name Mike Michael
2011-03-12 05:01:22 übernot Suffix none
2011-03-12 05:01:22 übernot Nickname Mike Kelleher
2011-03-12 05:01:22 übernot Bio In 1991 he moved to Easthampton, where he began his professional comics career with his first self-published comic, LEGEND KILLER. Working with Andrew M. Ford and others, he produced RIB and PERRY, the story of a 6-year-old, 7-foot monster and his teddy bear Earl. He also contributed to NO JUSTICE, NO PEACE and the offbeat GLUEBOY. Mike now lives in Southampton with his wife Debbie and two children Stephanie and Logan (who isn't named after Wolverine). He enjoys local punk and alternative bands. His favorite comic is CEREBUS and he collects pre-1990 SPIDER-MAN and other Golden and Silver Age titles. In 1991 he moved to Easthampton, where he began his professional comics career with his first self-published comic, LEGEND KILLER. Working with Andrew M. Ford and others, he produced RIB and PERRY, the story of a 6-year-old, 7-foot monster and his teddy bear Earl. He also contributed to NO JUSTICE, NO PEACE and the offbeat GLUEBOY. Mike now lives in Southampton with his wife Debbie and two children Stephanie and Logan (who isn't named after Wolverine). He enjoys local punk and alternative bands. His favorite comic is CEREBUS and he collects pre-1990 SPIDER-MAN and other Golden and Silver Age titles. Creator of art and color reconstruction company Kellustration. http://kellustration.com/
2007-03-13 08:47:52 SKleefeld Suffix none
2007-03-13 08:47:52 SKleefeld Birthplace Springfield, Massachusetts
2007-03-13 08:47:52 SKleefeld E-mail michkelleher@cs.com
2007-03-13 08:47:52 SKleefeld Website http://www.michaelkelleher.netfirms.com
2007-03-13 08:47:52 SKleefeld Bio In 1991 he moved to Easthampton, where he began his professional comics career with his first self-published comic, LEGEND KILLER. Working with Andrew M. Ford and others, he produced RIB and PERRY, the story of a 6-year-old, 7-foot monster and his teddy bear Earl. He also contributed to NO JUSTICE, NO PEACE and the offbeat GLUEBOY. Mike now lives in Southampton with his wife Debbie and two children Stephanie and Logan (who isn't named after Wolverine). He enjoys local punk and alternative bands. His favorite comic is CEREBUS and he collects pre-1990 SPIDER-MAN and other Golden and Silver Age titles.
2006-06-17 01:28:49 GrouchyLemur New Creator


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