"Milton Knight Jr's Fairy Tales for Adults." Written & illustrated by Milton Knight Jr. B&W, 32 pages of comics, with a full-page house ad for the first issue of Love & Rockets, standard paper stock. Mature readers.
About the artist:
From 1979, Milton Knight illustrated for national magazines and newspapers: The Village Voice, Nickelodeon Magazine, The Electric Company Magazine, National Lampoon, High Times, Heavy Metal, and others. He created theatre posters, music CD covers, greeting cards, candy, T-shirts, paintings, and other products.
Knight's first published comics work was Hugo, a one-shot published by Fantagraphics in 1982. Knight also wrote and drew the ten-issue Marvel Comics series Mighty Mouse, a spin-off of the Ralph Bakshi project The New Adventures.
Knight moved to California in 1991 where he became an animator for TV cartoons. He developed the art, character, props, background, storyboard, and color designs of animated cartoons for Disney TV, MGM TV, Saban, Rhythm & Hues, Warner Bros. Animation, HBO, and others; notable titles included Ralph Bakshi's Cool World, Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog, and The Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat.
Knight teaches art at The Colonnade Art Gallery and Studio in Pasadena, California.