Bill Black is the publisher and editor of AC Comics. Graduating from Florida State University with a degree in Advertising Design he then went on to work for several advertising agencies, two educational film companies and spent several years as a media supervisor at Florida State. During this period he freelanced in the comic book industry as an inker and produced prozines on his own. Here he created many of the characters that became part of the AC Universe, such as 'Ms Victory' and the 'Femforce'.
Black started the independent publishing company Americomics in 1982, and the company later changed its name to AC Comics. Besides working on AC projects as primary writer, Bill occasionally pencils and inks. Among his freelance comic book projects are inks on 'Heroes Vs. Hitler' and 'The Eye for Hamster Press', and the 'Star Wars: Tales Of The Jedi' mini-series at Dark Horse.