Sequential Art and Visual Storytelling by Antonio Romero


Welcome to my website. My name is Antonio Romero. I love the comics medium. And I learn by doing, so here you will find my experiments, notes from my ongoing research and experiences trying to develop, promote and sell my comics. Sometimes I’ll write a review of a comic, book, movie or show that I think is worth sharing.

If you want to buy one of my books, comics or sketchbooks, that would be great! If you like what you see on this site, sharing it with your friends and colleagues would also be a great way to support what I’m doing. Thanks! A

Sketches and Streams

Comics and Sketches 1997 - 2014

Recent Posts

Andrew Wildman

In high school, my interest in Transformers had waned. But my younger brother collected Marvel’s Transformer comics, which ended with #80 in a four-issue limited series (July 1991). Back then, it was the artist that drew me to a comic book, and for Transformers, that artist was Andrew Wildman. Andrew...
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Man of Iron

The Transformers comic issues #33-34 (1987) presented Marvel UK’s “Man of Iron” story. This material was originally published in the British Transformers magazine issues #9-12 (1985). Although they didn’t fit into the ongoing continuity of the regular series, I found the issues to be quite compelling. The first two parts...
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Kingsman: The Secret Service

Kingsman: The Secret Service is viscerally fun movie. Based on the comic The Secret Service by Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons, the film was directed by Mathew Vaughn and written by Jane Goldman and Vaughn. While I haven’t read this comic, I’m familiar with the manner that this creative team...
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