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Greg Espinoza is an American artist, working freelance primarily in comics, animation, gaming, and film.
Espinoza has worked in the U.S. comics industry for such companies as Blackthorne, TSR, Malibu, Eclipse, Antarctic Press, and Tundra/ Kitchen Sink Press.
His artistic influences range from Jim Steranko, Masamune Shirow, Kevin Nowlan, Kenichi Sonoda, Alex Toth, Bruce Timm, and Darwyn Cooke.
Influenced at an early age by the U.S. versions of anime classics such as Speed Racer and Star Blazers, (Space Cruiser Yamato) Greg was one of the earliest U.S. artists to work in the anime/manga style in the late 80s. He did covers in this style for Shiruken, Lensman: War Of The Galaxies, and Zetraman. Was the co-artist with Ken Hooper on the 1989 Eclipse Comics parody book, Adolescent Black Belt Hamsters Massacre The Japanese Invasion. He did a manga-style version of Larry Welz
Anime Convention Guest Appearances
- Sac-Con 2015 - October 25, 2015 in McClellan Park, CA
- Big Wow! ComicFest 2011 - May 21-22, 2011 in San Jose, CA
- Sac-Con 2011 - March 6, 2011 in Sacramento, CA
- FanimeCon 1996 - February 14, 1996 in Los Altos Hills, CA
- Anime America 1994 - July 29-31, 1994 in San Jose, CA
- Anime America 1993 - June 25-27, 1993 in Santa Clara, CA
View Greg Espinoza on FanCons.com for 2 additional guest appearances