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Rick Veitch

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Richard Veitch (viːtʃ; born May 7, 1951) is an American comics artist and writer who has worked in mainstream, underground, and alternative comics. Biography Rick Veitch is a native of the small town of Bellows Falls, Vermont. One of six children, he was raised Catholic. One of his elder brothers was the writer Tom Veitch, his first collaborator in comics. In an interview, Veitch recalled visiting the [WPA] muralist Stephan J.Belaski to ask his advice on becoming an artist. "He just said, 'Don't do it, kid.'" Winning honorable mention in a "draw a monster" contest hosted by Ed "Big Daddy" Roth, for DRAG Cartoons when he was in seventh grade reassured him that he was on the right path. Today, Veitch lives in West Townshend, Vermont with his wife Cindy. His sons Ezra Veitch and Kirby Veitch are also artists, contributing to Eureka Comics. Career Early career While still in high school, Veitch and his brother Tom created the comic strip Crazymouse, which ran
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