Sandy Jimenez

(he/him)

Sandy Jimenez is an American comic book artist, writer and editor of Dominican descent from the South Bronx.

Sandy Jimenez’s ongoing comic book series began publication in World War 3 Illustrated magazine in 1991. Along with his work on Marley Davidson: Bronx Exorcist, he has written and directed for film and stage, most recently on productions for The Dramatic Question Theatre in New York city. He helped Veronica Santiago Liu found Word Up Books in 2011, a community bookshop in Washington Heights. He and Annabelle Heckler created and run The CCPG, The CUNY Comix Programming Group; responsible for bringing guest speakers and original events to the Graduate Center. Sandy Jimenez teaches Foundation Drawing at City-Tech, The New York City College of Technology.

Academic Interests

Biography and Memoir; Graphic Novels; Comic Books; Writing.

Education

The Graduate Center, History- Biography and Memoir, MA (in progress;) The Cooper Union, BFA; The Calhoun School, HS.

  • Leon Levy Master’s Scholarship
  • Dean’s Merit Scholarship
  • Dean’s University Fellowship
  • Mina Rees Open Knowledge Fellowship
  • Publications

    World War 3 illustrated; The Graphic Canon.