Marcus P. Meleton Jr.
(AKA Marcus Pierce Jr.)
is well known for his satire and humor books, drawing appearances
nationally on Geraldo, Montel Williams, Leeza, Playboy Channel
and other national and local television shows. Coverage of his books
include USA Today, Los Angeles Times, New York Times, Mens
Fitness Magazine, Maxim, Dallas Morning News, San Francisco Examiner,
Complete Woman Magazine, Publishers Weekly, Orange County Register,
Fort Worth Morning Star, the National Examiner,
and Washington Times. In high demand for his satire
on interviews related to relationships and politics he has been interviewed
on over a 1,000 radio shows internationally including US, England,
Australia, New Zealand, and Japan.
background is wildly varied. He has a degree in Computer Science from
the University of Lousiana, MBA from the University of Georgia, and
30 years in the Aerospace industry including Rockwell International,
Panasonic Avionics, and Texas Instruments. Employment even encompasses
Air Force Officer, Editor of Home Business Magazine, and University
Cop. Now he’s become highly successful at Platinum Properties
Investor Network dealing in investment properties and traveles nationwide
while continuing interviews and publishing. His books include Nice
Guys Don’t Get Laid, Hunting For Lawyers, Pete the P.O.’d
Postal Worker and The Adventures of Liberal Man.
Marcus is married
to Marjorie with four children (Brittany, Marcus III, Cole, and Anneleigh)
and lives in Southern California.
career started with several small press comics. He landed his first
big job was as artist for the series The Adventures of Liberal
Man because, as he explains, his art “sucked less than
the other entrants.”
Pete is an all-around comic artist, handling everything from storyboards,
pencils, inks, and lettering to painting the covers. His art in Pete
the P.O.’d Postal Worker made it a hit.
Born in Lima,
Peru, Pete is primarily self-trained as an artist, having been a comic
and animation enthusiast since childhood. Pete currently resides in
California and continues his art training through books, various classes
and endless hours of Saturday morning cartoon viewing.