John-Marc Grob has been an artist since the age of 7. His well developed inventory of skill sets as an artist includes Cartoons, Photography, and Graphic Design. He has worked with numerous major companies including Warner Bros., Marvel Comics, Shelcore Toys, and Absolute Entertainment. He has created and marketed his own set of cartoon characters, selling his animation products throughout the United States and world-wide. His characters and licensed products are currently marketed through numerous retail outlets, including Barnes and Noble, Wal-Mart, LifeWay Stores, and Amazon.com, along with countless smaller chains and “mom and pop” stores. John-Marc has worked closely with such notable artists as Joe Kubert, for whose studio he colored comics for Marvel’s “The Punisher” and “X-Men”. John-Marc also worked directly with Milt Neil (best known for his “Howdy Doody” character and his contributions to Walt Disney’s classic productions of “Dumbo”, “Pinocchio”, and “Fantasia”). John-Marc’s recent accomplishments include establishing an Art Gallery (Geneva Gallery) in Morristown, New Jersey which provides opportunities to both local and international artists as he continues his craft.
He currently lives in Northern New Jersey with his wife Mary and two kids.
He contributes his Art to the fact that God has given it to him.