Ron Fortier had been writing professionally for forty-five years. With over six hundred published comics, he has written comics featuring such well known characters as Peter Pan, Popeye, Gene Roddenberry’s Lost Universe and Rambo. He is best known for his work on the Green Hornet comic series for Now Comics and writing Alex Ross’ first comic project, Terminator : Burning Earth for the same company.
Ten years ago he co-founded Airship 27 Productions with artist Rob Davis. The company produces brand new novels and anthologies featuring classic pulp heroes from the 1930s, to include Ron’s revival of Captain Hazzard; Champion of Justice…and his original creation Brother Bones – The Undead Avenger. Currently they have over 130 titles in their catalog.
Ron won the prestigious Pulp Factory Award for Best Pulp Short Story two years in a row. In 2011 he won for “Vengeance is Mine,” which appeared in the anthology, “The Avenger Justice Inc.” from Moonstone Books and in 2012 for “The Ghoul,” which appeared in “Monster Aces” from Pro Se Productions. He considered one of the leaders of the New Pulp movement in American fiction.
His is a frequent contributor to many pulp fiction anthologies and is currently writing and self-publishing a new comic series, Mr. Jigsaw, Man of a Thousand Parts from Rob Davis’ Redbud Studios (http://www.mrjigsaw.com/).