Creator Profile: Robert Sodaro

Name: Robert Sodaro Primary Role: Writer Other Roles: Production / Designer, Editor, Writer Genres: Superheroes, Espionage, si-fi, Mythic 
Location: VA, United States Contact: rjsodaro@gmail.com Website: http://freelanceink.blogspot.com/
Delivers Or Pays On Time: Professionalism: Communication: Quality Of Work: Price Range:

Bio:Robert J. (“Bob”) Sodaro is perhaps best known for writing about comicbooks for numerous publications during the ‘80s & ‘90s. He continues to write about comics for HubPages.com, and contributes stories to a number of independent comicbook publishers. He is the creator of the intellectual properties Agent Unknown, Wülf Girlz, Girl Skout Wars, and Hot Girl & Totally Hot Girl. He wrote First in Flight, a mini-comic about Gustave Whitehead, who flew two years before the Wright Brothers. Currently he is writing Cyberine Corps for Red Anvil. ??

Credits:

  • Creator, Writer: Wülf Girlz (Atlas Unleashed)
  • Writer: Cyberines, Owlgirls (Red Anvil Comics)
  • Creator, Writer, Production: The Adventures Hot Girl and Totally Hot Girl, First in Flight, Perceptions
  • Business Clients
    • Aegis Resources: Technical editor, writer (Planet Corp.)
    • Cowles/Simba Information: Editor, writer, interim webmaster
    • Guild Works Production: Writer, Director of Communications, Web content creation/management
    • i3 Mobile: Writer, marketing, promotional, Web content creation/management
    • IBM: Copy editor, OS/2 Developer
    • Ion International: Managing Editor, writer; (Ahoy!, Video & Computer Gaming Illustrated)
    • Lillian Vernon: Copywriter, desktop production
    • New Science Associates, Inc.: Editor, desktop production
    • Pitney Bowes: Editor/writer: electronic newsletter production
    • Rapp Collins Worldwide: Copywriter, direct mail; (Pfizer, Stadtlanders)
    • Silver Lining Publications: Editor, writer
    • The Hour Publishing Co.: Writer, Editor, columnist, (The Hour, Stamford Times, Wilton Villager)
    • VSI Communications, Inc.: Writer new media
    • WestchesterGov.com: Web editor, editorial and content manager for Web site.
    • WICC, WAVZ/KCI, WMMM, WNLK/Q-96, WEZN Copywriter, Traffic, & Production
    Writer, reporter
    • Marvel Comics: Marvel Age, Marvel Vision, Marvel Year in Review
    • Writer, editor, columnist, reporter for Connecticut Magazine, Connecticut Post, Fairfield County Weekly, Fairpress, Local Matters, The News Times, Norwalk Plus, More Sugar, others
    • Marketing/PR for comicbook companies (Marvel, DC, Image, Dark Horse, Valiant/Acclaim, JC Comics)
    • Features, interviews, and profiles for various publications and the Web (www.norwalk.ws.com, www.popthought.com, www.spiderfan.org, others)
    Fiction
    • Marvel Comics: Marvel Year in Review
    • Guild Works Productions: Writer; Psychosis! (various)
    • Renegade Press: Creator/writer series, Agent Unknown
    • Copywriter: Print, radio, TV/video, relationship marketing/direct mail
    • Author: Kiddie Meal Collectibles; (Krause Books), writer, editor, design/production, Trivia Mania: Commercials and Ads (Zebra Books), writer, Comics Values Annual (Krause), features editor
    • Columnist: Fairfield County Woman (male view); Flux Magazine (trading cards); The Guide to Computer Living (computer games); Amazing Heroes (comicbooks); Hip (From the Shadow of the 14th Row — movies); Intermixx (MixxFlixx — movies; FunnyBook City — comics); MoneyCard Collector (phone cards); More Sugar (More Movies — Film reviews);The Stamford Times (movies); Tuff Stuff’s Collect (trading cards); Tunes ‘N’ Times (movies)
    • Electronic production: Corporate communications, editorial, digital/electronic production, online newsletter delivery, interactive presentations
    · Desktop publishing: Newsletters, reports, slides, journals, documents, advertising, editorial, layout

Peer Reviews: (1)

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Ramon Gil Date 06/09/2016

Review: Bob wrote the Introduction for my first TPB. I asked him as a favor and not only did he get in to me on time despite tight deadlines, but he did a great job!!

Response: It is amazingly easy to not only work for, but help promote people who are not only talented, and gracious, but whose work you respect and enjoy.