Born: 1956 January 27 in United States

Biography: Tom Vincent did primarily support work as a colorist for Comico, Pied Piper, Wonder Color Comics, First, and Marvel from the 1980s through the 1990s, with his work being reprinted continuously since then.

Vincent also did editing for Marvel's Lawdog feature in 1993 and painted the graphic album, Crossroads for First in 1988.

Tom's career included since 1973 oil and water color painting; books for the Society for Creative Anachronisms, from 1982 to 1984; and various promotions fliers and brochures.

Notes: Not to be confused with Tommie Vincent who is credited with writing a Cookie text story in 1945.


    Tom Vincent Type: Common Alternative Name

    Disambiguation: Primarily colorist Comico, Pied Piper, Wonder Color Comics, Marvel 1980s-1990s

Other Names:

  1. Bifrost Studios Type: Pen Name


  1. Junior College of Albany [NYC] ? to ?

    Notes: Work in Fine Arts.


  1. Tee Vee [generic]
  2. Tom Vincent [generic]
  3. TV [generic]
  4. VincenT

Art Influences:

Tom Vincent (b. 1956) stated influences by:
  1. Maxfield Parrish
  2. Barry Windsor-Smith (b. 1949)


  1. Capital District Illustrators' Club Type: member

Non Comics Works:

  1. Publication Title: ? (advertising) - Role: artist
    Employer Name : ?
    Work Title: ?
    Notes: Artist on unknown number of promotional materials, fliers, and brochures.

  2. Publication Title: ? (book) - Role: artist - Years: 1982 - 1984
    Employer Name : Society for Creative Anachronisms
    Notes: Artist for books produced by the Society for Creative Anachronisms, from 1982 to 1984. Unknown currently the titles.