Facts of Tony Caputo
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Tony Caputo is an American author, visual artist, and entrepreneur. He is the creator of Draw for Battle Card game. He also wrote scripts and provided illustrations for some comic characters. He wrote an article on comic book markets in America. In 1985, Caputo founded a multimedia company called NOW Comics and ran the company till the fall of 1994. The same year Caputo left the entertainment business and pursued the field of technology and started working with Ahrens Interaction and HyperLOCK. In 2010, he joined IBM on Homeland Security project and have been working here since then.
As a writer, Tony Caputo's works include How To Self-Publish Your Own Comic Book (Watson-Guptill), Visual Storytelling: The Art and the Technique, Build Your Own Server (McGraw-Hill) and Digital Video Surveillance and Security (Elsevier/Reed). His articles have been published by Tech Republic, ICv2.com, and the Chicago Tribune. Further information about Caputo's private life has not been revealed, and virtually no clue is available about his affairs, marriage, parents or his children and so on.