Jimmie Robinson is an American comic book artist and writer who is writes and draws the comic book Bomb Queen, published by Image Comics. His other works include Amanda and Gunn, Avigon, Evil & Malice, Cyberzone, and Code Blue.
Robinson's first work was eight issues of Cyberzone in 1994, which he self-published. In 1996, Image Comics published the spin-off four-issue limited series Amanda & Gunn. It featured the black heroine Amanda Shane and her intelligent gun in a sci-fi environment as a bounty hunter.
In 1998, Robinson returned with the all-ages Adventures of Evil & Malice. This was Robinson's first full color book. Originally set as a four-issue mini-series, it had to be cut down to three issues due to low sales.
Robinson provided the pencils for writer Ché Gilson's Avigon in 2000. This was Robinson's first collaboration. It began as a 56 page story, but Image Comics decided to extend the book to 184 pages. Robinson did not finish the title until June 2005.
In 2006 he took on the superhero genre by creating the super villain Bomb Queen . The series was successful to receive six sequels.
In 2009, he released his first children's book, T. Runt!, written by Derek McCulloch.
In the 1990s Robinson did several short stories using his characters and creations:
- Mythography #1-2
- HeartBreakers Summer Special
- Love & Tights
- Smith Brown Jones (Slave Labor Graphics)
Despite credited only for inks, Robinson ghosted the all art, lettering, covers and production for the comic book Kid Justice for Oakland, California's Health and Human Services.
His self-published title, CyberZone was used for set props in the TV series Big Bad Beetleborgs (1996).
Jimmie became the subject of much discussion within the comic community after he posted an essay on the comic community saying that the average comic book fan is not helping the industry.
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