Ted Slampyak entered the comics world with 'Jazz Age Chronicles' in 1989. The series lasted two years and two publishers. From there, Ted went on to other projects, including 'Roadways' from Cult Press, Neil Gaiman's 'Mr. Hero' from BIG Entertainment, and contributions to several of Paradox Books' Factoid Big Book Of... series. In 2002, Ted returned to his roots, bringing back Jazz Age Chronicles as Jazz Age, a weekly adventure strip, available free every week at GraphicSmash.com. In 2004 he took on the job as artist for the long-running and world-famous daily comic strip 'Annie', originally known as 'Little Orphan Annie', and has been drawing it since. It can be seen in papers across America, including the New York Daily News, and on the internet.
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