Griffin #1 (1997)
Phil Allora has been working in the commercial art field since the 1990s. He began his career illustrating adventure comics both on the web and in print, storyboarding for film and creating marketing conceptual artwork. Among his early comics was 'Griffin' with Dan Vado for Amaze Ink. As an animator he worked on Disney films like 'Mulan', 'Tarzan', 'Lilo & Stitch' and 'Brother Bear'. He also illustrated comic stories with Disney's 'Brother Bear' and 'Kim Possible'. He eventually settled in New York and returned to storyboarding, writing and illustrating children's entertainment.
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