Bobby Rubio - Alcatraz High creator & artist
Bobby Rubio was born and raised in San Diego, California, and has been drawing since he was a child.
While attending Morse High School, Bobby won a cartoon contest with the San Diego Union newspaper
(now known as the Union-Tribune.) For college, Bobby attended the California Institute of the Arts,
which is an art school founded by Walt Disney. While in college, he freelanced as a comic book artist
for Dark Horse Comics. After earning his Bachelorís Degree in Fine Arts, Bobby entered an internship
with Jim Lee at Homage Studios (Image Comics.) After completing his internship, he entered an
animation internship with Walt Disney Feature Animation in Orlando, Florida. After completing that
program, he was hired on to work for Walt Disney Feature Animation in Burbank, California, where,
in the course of 9 years, he completed several films as a traditional animator and as a storyboard
artist. Bobby is currently an assistant director/storyboard artist for Nickelodeon on the series -
Bobby will be appearing at the Comic-Con event in San Diego, July 19-23, 2006.
To learn more about Bobby Rubio's artistic creations, click on the link below.
Dan Plante introduces Bobby Rubio
Bobby is the creator of the graphic novel series "Alcatraz High."
Bobby will be at booth 1943 at Comic-Con, where he will be happy to sign autographs.
Bobby is happy to draw sketches for his fans.
Bobby on the "big screen."
While at Disney, Bobby worked on Treasure Planet, The Emperor's New Groove, Tarzan and Mulan
He also worked on Hercules, The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Pocahontas.
Bobby, his wife & son.
The are copies of the covers of Alcatraz High 2 & 3
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