|Born||September 24, 1952|
|Occupation||Comic book/television writer|
Bill Vallely (born September 24, 1952) is a professional illustrator and writer that has spent twenty years working mostly as a freelance artist. He has worked in various media, including comics, animation, documentaries, text books and script writing.
He has written and drawn for many comic books including for Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Valiant Comics, Omni Comix, Archie Comics, Harvey Comics, Hanna Barbera, and Nintendo Comics System. He has illustrated children's books for Laredo Press, and worked on several animated children's television programs including Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers, The Smurfs, Bad Dog, and Tricksters.
He wrote and created medical illustrations for documentaries on Lifetime Television, wrote science text books for children with Inkwell Press, and designed sets for National Touring Companies of Lincoln Center. He was also responsible for co-writing the script of the episode "Tinker, Tenor, Doctor, Spy" of Star Trek: Voyager. He additionally worked on some episodes of Brotherly Love and My Wife and Kids with his brother Jim Vallely.
- Bill Vallely at the Internet Movie Database
- Vallely, Bill. "Comic Book Creator: Make your own comic". Archived from the original on 2007-10-13. Retrieved 2007-10-24.
- "Marvel Saga, The #1". The Grand Comics Database Project. 1985. Retrieved 2007-10-24.
Marvel; Bill Vallely (Design) (Script)
- "About the Art Director". North County Humane Society. Archived from the original on 2008-05-10. Retrieved 2008-08-31.
- "Super Mario Bros. #2". The Grand Comics Database Project. 1990.
The Kingdom Enquirer ... Credits: Bill Vallely ... Koopa's High School Yearbook ... Credits: Bill Vallely
- "Nintendo Comics System - Super Mario Bros.". Retrieved 2007-08-31.
- Annette Sultemeier; Bill Vallely (1998). Miss Molly's Secret Adventure. Laredo Pub Co. ISBN 0966242602.
- "Hollywood". Vallely Genealogy. January 2004. Retrieved 2007-08-31.
My name is Bill Vallely, and I've written an episode of "Star Trek: Voyager" and about a billion comics.
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