Ross was an American comic book editor and artist. He drew for Wonder Woman and was one of the co-creators of the Metal Men. He worked mostly with his friend inker Mike Esposito and they worked together on different projects for almost 40 years. They became owners of a comic book company MR Publications and tried self-publishing a couple of times with other companies. He published Get Lost and 3D Love along with a few others. He tried again in the early 90s but couldn't fit the budget. Although best known for his works on Wonder Woman and the Metal Men he's also worked on many Marvel titles like Spider-Man and being a co-creator of the Punisher. He started with DC and ended with DC with his death at the age of 66. His last works were Intergalactic Ninja and Archie's Comic Zen. Later a biography was written for Ross and Mike titled, "Partners for Life."
- Ross Andru/Executive Editor
- Ross Andru/Editor
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- Ross Andru's Images as a Penciler
- Ross Andru's Images as an Inker
- Ross Andru's Images as a Cover Artist
- Although a long time Marvel and DC artist he's published his own comics, owned his own company, started with the unaffiliated "Tarzan" and ended with the non-DC or Marvel "Archie's Comic Zen".
- In an issue of the Ultimate Spider-Man, a man named Ross Andru was seen in the principal's office as a cameo and homage to the late Spider-Man artist.