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Tom Williams

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Williams is a freelance artist/cartoonist living in Columbus, Ohio. His first collaboration, No Dead Time (w/Brian McLachlan) came out in *2004 from Oni Press. He continues to work in print and in the digital realm. Creating webcomics, freelancing, and working on his next book. He's also contributed to a number of comics anthologies: Lifelike, No Formula, 24seven vol.2 and Comic Book Tattoo. In 2002, he was awarded the Howard E. Day Prize (for best self-published work) by Dave Sim.

Previews & news on upcoming works can be found at opencrashcomics.com.

*also as a spanish edition 2006. from Dibbuks.

Average rating: 3.48 · 90 ratings · 11 reviews · 4 distinct works
24seven: Volume 2

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3.41 avg rating — 39 ratings — published 2007
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No Dead Time

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3.28 avg rating — 25 ratings — published 2004
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Lifelike

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3.60 avg rating — 20 ratings — published 2007 — 3 editions
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message 3: by Tom

Tom Geesh, silly hotmail. I haven't seen any of these till now. My apologies. Thanks for the kind words Megan. I'm glad you liked the story.


Andrea Kulman Hi & thank you for being a friend on Good Reads.


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Megan RFA I loved the Northern Lad story you did. It made me think of the song in a new way, and it almost made me cry.


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