Dominic Sparano is a founding member of Pronto Comics and has been Editor-in-Chief since June 2010.Upon taking the job he has worked to increase membership, distribution and awareness about Pronto Comics.Dominic’s first love was inking and still relishes whenever he can ink a page.
His love of Guiness, Jameson and all things pork is widely known.
You can email him email@example.com Follow him on Twitter @ProntoEIC Listen to him on Pronto Comic’s Official Podcast: ProntoCast on iTunes
Event Coordinator/Managing Editor (Manganation & Horror)/Treasurer
David joined Pronto in November of 2010. He has accumulated an array of titles, such as Head of Distribution, Treasurer, Event Coordinator, and is currently the Managing Editor. With distribution, he has coordinated to have Pronto’s books in stores that stretch from New York City, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, by providing press kits and releases for Pronto’s catalogue. The events he has coordinated are organizing store signings for Pronto creators, coordinating public speaking events at various Barnes and Noble locations, and scheduling interviews with different podcasts and internet shows for Pronto such as the Comic Book Club. He is also the creator of Phrases to Pages, Pronto Comics annual networking and contest event for aspiring writers and artists, where creative teams collaborate to make one comic book page based off of a phrase. As the managing editor, he pairs up creative teams, reviews and edits scripts, and keeps quality control over the different teams for all of Pronto’s upcoming titles.
In addition, David is also a writer for the group. His published works can be seen in BLACKOUT, MANGA NATION, and STRANGE STORIES. He also self-publishes his other one-shots and an ongoing title NODE, under his own logo Horizon Line Comics (http://www.horizonlinecomics.com).
You can contact David through Facebook or at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow him on twitter @DavidRondinelli
“West Coast” Art Director Drawer of Monkeys
A chance encounter 6 months ago at Carmine Street Comics brought Pronto Comics and Jan Marc together. He is a graduate of the Mason Gross School of the Arts _Rutgers University (BFA Graphic Design), former editorial cartoonist of his college newspaper and publisher of The Filipino Asian Bulletin (a bimonthly newspaper from 2000-2009). He always wanted to be Spider-Man but decided that if you can’t be them, draw them. His very supportive and talented wife Gioia are most proud of their greatest collaboration, Fernando aka Pogi Boy.
Pronto Comics’ motto of “If one succeeds, we all succeed.” resonates very deeply with Jan Marc. He’s honored to have the opportunity to help foster the talent of new artists as Pronto Comics’ art director.
Follow him on FB: The Janimal Draws Twitter: @janimaltweets Instagram: thejanimaldraws or on the WWW at thejanimal.com
You can email him: email@example.com