is an American comics artist known for his work for Marvel Comics. He is well known for his 1980s work on The Amazing Spider-Man and later for his work on Spider-Girl whom he co-created with writer Tom DeFalco. Frenz and DeFalco had earlier co-created the New Warriors in the pages of Thor.
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|Date of Birth||February 1, 1960|
|Birth Day||February 1|
|Age||62 years old|
|Birth Place||Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.|
|Birth Country||United States of America|
|Famous As||Comics artist|
|Also Known for||Comics artist|
Also Known by the Full name Ronald Wade Frenz, is a Good Comics artist. He was born on February 1, 1960, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.. Pennsylvania is a beautiful and populous city located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S. United States of America.
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Ronald Wade Frenz Net Worth
Ronald Wade Frenz has a net worth of $1.5 million (Estimated) which he earned from his occupation as Comics artist. Famously known as the Comics artist of United States of America. He is seen as one of the most successful Comics artist of all times. Ronald Wade Frenz Wealth & Primary Source of earning is being a successful American Comics artist.
Ron entered the career as Comics artist In his early life after completing his formal education..
|Estimated Net Worth in 2022||$0.5 Million to $1.5 Million Approx|
|Previous Year’s Net Worth (2021)||Being Updated|
|Earning in 2021||Not Available|
|Annual Salary||Being Updated|
|Cars Info||Not Available|
|Income Source||Comics artist|
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Life Story & Timeline
In 2017, Ron Frenz and long-time inking collaborator Sal Buscema began working on The Blue Baron, written by Darin Henry and published by the new company Sitcomics.
On June 4, 2009 Ron Frenz was the recipient of the 2009 Nemo Award for Excellence in the Cartoon Arts.
Frenz returned to Marvel with the Spider-Man: Hobgoblin Lives limited series, written by Roger Stern, in 1997. DeFalco and Frenz reunited and introduced Spider-Girl in What If … ? vol. 2 #105 (Feb. 1998). Spider-Girl became an ongoing series in October 1998 and ran until issue #100 (Sept. 2006). A new series, The Amazing Spider-Girl, was launched the following December, Frenz drew all 30 issues until the series’ cancellation in 2009.
In 1995, Frenz moved to DC Comics and became the artist on Superman. The following year, he was one of the many creators who contributed to the Superman: The Wedding Album one-shot wherein the title character married Lois Lane. Superman received a new costume and new superpowers in Superman vol. 2 #123 (May 1997). Frenz drew part of the Superman Red/Superman Blue one-shot which launched the storyline of the same name which ran through the various Superman titles.
Jim Owsley, editor of the Spider-Man titles at the time, has noted that “Frenz was passionate about Spider-Man, verging on fanatical.” In 1986, Frenz and DeFalco were removed from The Amazing Spider-Man by Owsley. Frenz and DeFalco became the creative team on Thor in 1987 and introduced the Eric Masterson character in Thor #391 (May 1988). Eric Masterson later became the superhero known as Thunderstrike and received his own series by DeFalco and Frenz in 1993.
Frenz became the regular artist on The Amazing Spider-Man in 1984 and the stories he pencilled included “The Kid Who Collects Spider-Man” in issue #248 (Jan. 1984) and the first appearance of Spider-Man’s black costume in issue #252 (May 1984). Among the new characters introduced during his run were the Puma in issue #256 (Sept. 1984) and Silver Sable in #265 (June 1985). Frenz and Tom DeFalco revealed that the “black suit” was an alien creature in issue #258 (Nov. 1984). Frenz drew The Amazing Spider-Man Annual #18 (1984), a story written by Stan Lee, which featured the wedding of Spider-Man supporting characters J. Jonah Jameson and Marla Madison. Frenz had originally been brought onto the series as a short-term substitute for John Romita Jr., but was retained when it became apparent that he meshed well with series writer DeFalco. Frenz recounted:
Frenz began working for Marvel Comics in the early 1980s. Frenz’s early work includes such titles as Ka-Zar the Savage, Star Wars, The Further Adventures of Indiana Jones, and Marvel Saga. His first credited story for Marvel was published in Ka-Zar the Savage #16 (July 1982).
Ronald Wade Frenz (born February 1, 1960) is an American comics artist known for his work for Marvel Comics. He is well known for his 1980s work on The Amazing Spider-Man and later for his work on Spider-Girl whom he co-created with writer Tom DeFalco. Frenz and DeFalco had earlier co-created the New Warriors in the pages of Thor.