Jim Taylor busted his way into this world in December of 1963, but adamantly denies he was the inspiration for that silly song. He is a self taught artist living in the hidden regions of New England. Even his family doesn't know where he resides; most say it's a Witness Protection thing. He's produced art for several independent companies, including One Shot Press, Trinity Comics, Steve Woron's Illustration Studios and has done some trading card artwork. Jim is an avid Batman fan, and collects almost anything he can that pertains to the character. He has even gone so far as to design his own Batman tattoo. Jim can produce finished page of art on four pots of coffee, and is currently going for the record of most nights without sleep to get his artwork out there. Presently, he works freelance, but is producing covers for Mainstream's awesome line of books. Jim's art inspirations vary and include Frazetta, Neal Adams, Alex Toth, Adam Hughes, Jim Starlin, Curt Swan, Andy Smith, Stuart Immomen (for comic work) and classic artists such as Leonardo, Renoir, Michelangelo, Rockwell, and more obscure names. In his spare time, Jim performs stand-up comedy, so please, take better than half of this bio as tongue in cheek.
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