Guest Card


T.C. Ford has been drawing since the age of 10. In junior high school, a teacher connected him with Superboy and The Legion Of Super-Heroes artist James Sherman, which sparked an interest in wanting to create comic books as a possible career. At 15, he co-produced a CT area limited edition comics anthology series - TOTAL COMICS - to which he contributed material for 5 years. Through his apprenticeship with longtime comics professionals Dick Giordano and Frank McLaughlin, he has assisted on comic art for DC, MARVEL and Special Olympics among others. 

On his own, T.C. has provided color separation services for a number of major comics publishers as an employee of Chemical Color Plate, a now-former division of World Color Press, back in the days before that production process was taken over by computers. He has also created, developed and produced commercial art and lettering for various publishers and corporate clients and was the last Editor-in-Chief of Charlton Comics. He currently publishes comics under his United Comics imprint. 

Outside of comics, T.C. owns and operates Lucky Star Entertainment, a 25+ year old party entertainment company that provides interactive and talent based event services - such as caricatures, DJ and Karaoke - throughout the East Coast for a number of clients. He has the distinction of being the only caricature artist to have done at least one show at every Ivy League college. As a member of the National Caricaturist Network, he was named "Artist Of The Month" in March, 2003. He has also done work as an "extra" in music videos and feature films. His production company, Table For One Productions, is involved in the development of projects for visual media.

Occasionally, he relaxes by watching TV. Sometimes, even sleep is an option.