Ron Regé, Jr.

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Ron Regé, Jr.
Born Ronald J. Regé, Junior
(1969-12-05) December 5, 1969 (age 45)
Quincy, Massachusetts
Education BFA, Massachusetts College of Art
Known for Comic Books, Album covers, Action figures, Experimental musical instruments
Notable work(s) Skibber Bee Bye
Movement Minicomics

Ronald J. Regé, Junior (born December 5, 1969) is a cartoonist and musician from Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Artistic career[edit]

Regé began publishing his own minicomics while attending Massachusetts College of Art. He has since been published by Highwater Books, Fantagraphics Books, Buenaventura Press, McSweeney's and Drawn & Quarterly. Ron's work has also appeared in the New York Times, Vice Magazine, Canada's National Post, and in ad campaigns for Nike, Sony, HP and Tylenol.[1]

Musical career[edit]

Bits of Ron's 4 track home recordings appeared on releases by Boston indie rock band Swirlies, and more extensively in various related lo-fi projects with friends. He currently plays drums in the Los Angeles-based group Lavender Diamond.[2]

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