has been hopelessly addicted to comic books since he could crawl.
He discovered early on that nothing tastes quite as good as
an Archie comic. Later he realized how much fun they are to
read, too! The first of many lifelong dreams came true in 2007
when he became part owner of his local comic book shop, Comicopolis.
The second comes true next year with the publication of his
first comic related work, B.B. WOLF & THE THREE LP’S.
He lives in Santa Cruz, California with his lovely wife Katie
and his two fat and lazy cats... and the ashes of a third.
Koslowski has worked in the animation and comic book field since
1990. He got his start at Archie Comics as an Inker and has
since evolved into a freakin' genius! "It's true,"
Koslowski was quoted to say, "I'm an incredibly intelligent
and talented human being. Strong, too." His proudest accomplishments
thus far in his short but illustrious career include: the three
nominations he received for his work on his self-published parody
title The 3 Geeks (which later became Geeksville);
his first graphic novel with Top
Shelf Productions, Three Fingers, which
earned him an Ignatz
Award and throngs of beautiful groupies (mostly
female); and his latest graphic novel (also published by Top
Shelf) entitled The King! He's currently working on
an illustrated novella tentatively entitled The List
and taking a newly found interest in the personal grooming of
his body hair (which is, in fact, unusual since he's not all
lives in Wisconsin with his wife Sandy (who helps on all his
projects) and their lovely little girl, Stella. "We hate
the weather here, sure...it absolutely sucks," said Koslowski,
"but, y'know, we'd feel terribly guilty moving away what
with both sets of grandparents still...y'know...alive. We're
just kind of...y'know...uh...waiting."
Koslowski can be reached at the firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a sign of respect he simply asks that all emails read "To
Mr. Richard Koslowski, Genius!" in the subject header.
He may or may not respond depending on how far behind he is
on surfing the net for deals on "Precious Moments"