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Jill Thompson

Author of The Sandman: Fables & Reflections

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Jill Thompson is a graduate of the American Academy of Art in Chicago.  She has been working professional as a comic book creator since she was a teenager and her work has been published around the world.  She is the creator of the Scary Godmother, which has graced comics, stage, and screen, as well as the graphic novel series for younger reader, Magic Trixie.  Jill considers herself fortunate to have collaborated on comics such as Wonder Woman, Sandman, The Invisibles, Finals, Beasts of Burden, and many, many more.

Jill is the proud recipient of 7 Eisner Awards.  She loves creating comics and has no plans of stopping anytime soon.  [from Wonder Woman : the True Amazon]
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