About

Chris Eliopoulos has worked in every aspect of comic book creation. He’s most known as a prolific letterer, but in recent years has begun writing and drawing comics, some of which have been nominated for Eisner and Harvey awards.

He’s created books like Franklin Richards: Son of a Genius and the Pet Avengers for Marvel. He’s also created a webcomic called Misery Loves Sherman.

7 Responses to “About”

  • I’m interested in getting in contact with Nate Cosby, but can’t find any email contact info for him online. Have got some questions about the Storyteller project he’s putting together. Any help would be appreaciated. Thanks!

  • Γεια σου, Chris, regards from Greece :) I love all of your works, especially the
    “Desperate Times” My name is Marios Boras. I will be grateful if you would visit my
    website, just to tell me what do you thing about my works generally. Thank you in advance, Chris!

    this is my website: http://www.mariosboras.com

    I wish you keep up the good work and keep your spirits high always!
    Look forward to hearing from you soon,
    Marios Boras

  • Chris:

    Long time fan! I was very happy to hear you on the WDW Today podcast, especially you were the one filling in for Matt and reading and answering my questions!

    I was wondering if you take requests. I’m trying to put something together for my wife for our 4 year wedding anniversary. I’m trying to recreate the Disney/Pixar movie UP, “My Adventure Book”. I would love to have a picture of us in there, drawn by you. Let me know if this is possible…and what I would need to do! 

    Thank you,

    -Chris

  • Interesting hearing you on that panel at the Barnes & Noble today, thanks. Here’s the guy you reminded me of: http://irwin.wfmu.org

    It’s also possible you reminded me of someone else I can’t remember. Likely my memory constructed a composite character you reminded me of, because I can’t say I was familiar with your work.

    Best Wishes,
    Robert

    • I think I got it now: I combined in my head Irwin Chusid, whose appearance & mannerisms you seem to share, with Kaz Prapuoulenis, a cartoonist with a Greek name. I’m a fan of both.

  • Joy Van Lenten:

    Chris,
    It was great to meet you at the Barnes and Noble workshop 4/14/2015. I just wanted to say that teachers consider people like you, Brad, and Joe Caramagna the heroes. Your creations draw children to books and reading, and wanting to know more. Besides the stories that draw them in, so do your comic style illustrations that are fun and familiar to them, and make them laugh. No other biographies do that, and leave them with a memorable interesting fact about the subject to remember. Good luck with the new launches to come.
    Joy Van Lenten

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