Hi! My name is Ramon Gil and I am a comic book writer and artist. I also teach and organize events for other comic creators. Below are some of my work.
Truer Than Trousdale
The University of Southern California commissioned me to produce a bi-weekly public service comic strip to help prevent students from dropping-out. The strip was posted all over campus on kiosks, bulletin boards, video monitors and the school paper.
Phantom of the Subway
A class project for my Masters in Fine Arts in Illustration class at FIT. This is based on an actual event that I experienced back in the early 90s when I first moved to New York.
What happens when a deranged writer gets a hold of some public domain pages from the golden age of comics? Well, you’re about to find out! This story appeared in the Scifies 2020 Anthology from Story Ark.
A Brief Conversation In Time
A Preview of a short story for an upcoming anthology from Comics Experience. What happens when the smartest person on the planet figures out how to actually communicate with the planet? Art by Jan Marc Quisumbing. This story appeared in Roads Not Traveled from Source Point Press.
A historical science fiction tale that has been knocking around my noggin for a few years now. Air Force test pilot Alexes Ozuka stumbles across a NASA conspiracy, her long lost astronaut father and a secret alien armada in space. Illustrated by Ian Waryanto.
Race Encounters Of The Third Kind
A prodigal son returns to his parents’ farm in the Philippines only to discover the dirty secret of local agriculture. Animal racism! Pictures by Len Peralta. This Story appeared in Asia World Magazine.
The Digit Debacle
Lead by an incompetent president, United Earth finally makes first contact with an alien world only to have everything fall to pieces and lead to war all due to a math error. Drawn by Lui Antonio. This story appeared in Out Of The Blue from Stache Publishing.
Driving Mister Stewart
What happens when an aging former starship captain, on a mission to the best pastrami, gets into a Brooklyn taxi cab ? Cartooning done by Len Peralta. This story appeared in Scifies Greatest Hits from Atlas Unleashed.
Under orders from the mayor, a detective and former Navy SEAL creates the illusion of a mysterious crimefighter protecting the city but soon finds out that while playing superhero is dangerous, playing politics is deadly. Art by Lui Antonio
What if Steve Jobs and Apple Computers wanted to take over the world? This is how they’d do it. Pictures by Bill Walko. This story appeared in Scifies Greatest Hits from Atlas Unleashed.
The Hairiest Ride
Not that long ago from a galaxy not that far way, fugitives arrive on Earth and create one of our most enduring legendary myths in this epic poem. Illustrated by Derwin Roberson. This story appeared in Scifies Greatest Hits from Atlas Unleashed.