Grant Bond

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Grant Bond
Born Grant Bond
(1974-07-06) July 6, 1974 (age 40)
Kansas City, Kansas
Nationality American
Area(s) artist and writer
Notable works
Revere: Revolution in Silver[1]

Grant Bond is a comic book artist, writer and award-winning editorial cartoonist living in Kansas City, Kansas.[2]

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Grant Bond was born and raised in Kansas City, Kansas. His love for art was a predominate fixture in his youth and early adult life due to the support and influence of his grandmother. He studied under Russian painter Sergei Davydov (artist) for many years. Bond has credited comic creator Ande Parks for personally sparking an early interest in creating comics. He left the creative world behind to successfully manage a business for most of the 1990s. In late 2006 he returned to comics with his first book Revere: Revolution in Silver originally published with Alias Enterprises. As a relative newcomer to comics, Bond's animation-influenced art style has already amassed a heavy fan base.

In 2006 Bond illustrated The Clockwork Girl comic book now being adapted into the 2014 animated feature film The Clockwork Girl (film). In 2007 he illustrated a comic book adaptation of the 2009 movie Trick 'r Treat, which was published by DC/Wildstorm.[citation needed]

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