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James Romberger

James Romberger
Romberger at a November 2014 signing for The Late Child at Jim Hanley's Universe in Manhattan
Born 1958 (age 56–57)
Area(s) Cartoonist
Notable works

Post York
Seven Miles A Second

James Romberger (born 1958) is an American fine artist and cartoonist known for his depictions of New York City's Lower East Side.

Romberger's [4] Gracie Mansion,[5] The Proposition[6] and the New Museum of Contemporary Art.

James Romberger's The Saint. Pastel on paper, 1992

Romberger has long contributed work in the comics medium to alternative publications such as World War 3 Illustrated. Ground Zero, his science-fiction strip collaboration with his wife, filmmaker Marguerite Van Cook, was serialized through the 1980s and 1990s in various downtown literary magazines.

His efforts for commercial comics publishers include work for Marvel Comics’s Epic Illustrated, Image Comics' NYC Mech, Paradox Press' Big Book series and Papercutz' Tales from the Crypt. DC/Vertigo published Romberger's work on The Bronx Kill with writer Peter Milligan, the Renegade storyline in Jamie Delano's 2020 Visions and the critically acclaimed Seven Miles A Second [7][8] Romberger and Van Cook's graphic novel done in collaboration with artist, writer, and AIDS activist David Wojnarowicz [9] which was reissued by Fantagraphics Books in February 2013. Romberger's book "Post York," which included a flexi-disc of a song by Crosby Romberger, was nominated for an Eisner Award in 2013 for Best Single Issue (or One-Shot).[10] In 2011, "Aaron and Ahmed," a collaboration with MacArthur Prize fellow Jay Cantor, was released by Vertigo/DC Comics.[11]

Romberger is also a critic and writer for Publishers Weekly and the comics blog the Hooded Utilitarian.


  1. ^ "The Battle of ABC". Metropolitan Museum of Art. 
  2. ^ "Houston Street Window Washers". Metropolitan Museum of Art. 
  3. ^ "Collections: James Romberger". Brooklyn Museum. 
  4. ^ Reid, Calvin. James Romberger at Grace Borgenicht. Art in America, June 1994, P 104
  5. ^ Reid, Calvin. James Romberger at Gracie Mansion. Art in America, December 2002 P 114.
  6. ^ The Proposition Gallery, accessed May 23, 2011.
  7. ^ "Remembering David: A Graphic Tribute: James Romberger and Marguerite Van Cook". Publishers Weekly. 
  8. ^ "A Renegade of Expression: David Wojnarowicz's Autofiction in Comics by David A. Berona". Image and Narrative site. 
  9. ^ This Brighter Path": An Interview with James Romberger & Marguerite Van Cook""". 
  10. ^ "Will Eisner Comic Industry Award Nominees 2013". 
  11. ^ "Aaron and Ahmed By Jay Cantor and James Romberger, Reviewed by Greil Marcus". 

External links

  • James Romberger at the Comic Book DB

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