John Romita Jr.

John Romita jr has been working in the business for 38 years. He doesn't remember half of what has gone on. He's worked on some books and drawn some characters that you may have heard of.

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His recipe for the worlds greatest
red sauce in existence is as follows:

- Full, peeled tomatoes, liquefied,
strained of seeds.

- Olive oil in a large pot, brown
mild sausage, pork ribs and or beef ribs along with chopped onions and garlic
in said pot.

- Add liquified tomatoes, and let
simmer........all day and night in a low flame!

- Meatballs are vital!

- Two parts ground beef to one part
sausage meat along with ground oatmeal, eggs(...4 per pound of meats...) and
seasoning......(...up to the cook...).

- Never, EVER roll and compact the
meat! Pinch a small bunch with finger tips and drop into a frying pan with
olive oil. Let all "balls" brown on both sides then drop all into pot
of simmering tomatoes.

- A good long low flame simmer over
a day and a night, skim off the fat, if so desired.

- Alora, you are a neo Sicilian!

"We got the opportunity to speak with Romita as the film's publicity campaign gears up, and discussed his involvement with the adaptation, the difficulty of developing a property as a comic and movie simultaneously, and his plans for upcoming projects..."

Read more here.  On Friday May 4, 2012 at 11am, in at the Hard Rock Cafe in Las Vegas, Nevada, legendary Marvel artist John Romita Jr. will attempt to break his own Guinness World Record for most continuous cartooning to support Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation of Nevada - a non-profit that provides support and services for families of children diagnosed with cancer. Romita will try to continuously sketch characters and sign comics for 50 hours straight!

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John Romita Jr interview on Sequential Tart: Read more here. 

John Romita is the son of John Romita, Sr., the co-creator of several notable Spider-Man stories in the 1960s and 1970s. He began his career at Marvel UK, doing sketches for covers of reprints: his debut was with a six pages story in Amazing Spider-Man Annual #4.

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"After becoming a modern day legend thanks to his ground-breaking work on comics like "Uncanny X-Men," "Iron Man," "Daredevil," "Punisher" and "Amazing Spider-Man," John Romita Jr. has finally experienced the unique joy of seeing his own creations on the big screen. Romita created the "Kick-Ass" world alongside writer Mark Millar in 2008. Romita recently spoke with MTV Geek about the upcoming sequel, "Kick-Ass 2," and revealed just how much of what's on the big screen comes directly from his penciled pages."
"Over the past few days I’ve been posting my video interviews with the Kick-Ass cast (Aaron Johnson and Clark Duke/Chloe Moretz and Christopher Mintz-Plasse) andscreenwriter Jane Goldman. Today I’ve got John Romita Jr."