Comic Book Artist Brings Super Heroes To Life


By Ryan Ward | October 8, 2015

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An artist with a serious case of hero worship. Well, super hero worship. Jeff Butler has spent most of his life drawing and reading comic books. Now he’s come full circle and is helping other’s follow live their own hero driven dreams. He teaches a weekly class on how to become a comic book artist at the Madison Technical College.

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Ryan Ward

Ryan Ward is a videographer and editor for the “Wisconsin Life” project and can rest easy after he finally found the perfect jar of homemade dill pickles at the farmer’s market in Madison. … just like his Grandma Shirley use to make!
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