Tony DiGerolamo is a New Jersey screenwriter, novelist, comic book writer, game designer, comedian and actor.  He is best known for his work on The Simpsons and Bart Simpson comic books.  He has also been a joke writer for Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher, a scriptwriter for Space Ghost: Coast to Coast and a blogger for Comedy Central’s Indecision website.  He has written screenplays, including Mafioso: The Father, The Son starring Leo Rossi and the upcoming Becky’s Driving School.  His novels, Fix in Overtime and The Undercover Dragon are available through Padwolf Publishing.  After publishing his own comic books (Jersey Devil, The Travelers and The Fix) with SJRP, he eventually got a publishing deal with Kenzer & Company.  Kenzer published The Travelers.  Tony also wrote Everknights (another Kenzer comic book), as well as the Hacklopedia of Beasts Volumes 1 thru 8 and Slaughterhouse Indigo.  He wrote a graphic novel adaption of Personal Reflections of Joan of Arc by Mark Twain, a Robin Hood graphic novel of EJ Studios and a sitcom for Rip Roarin Productions.  Performing in the Philly comedy scene for over ten years, Tony performed and directed such improv groups as Next Line Improv, The Cabal, The Ninjas and Bulletproof Giraffe.  He produced, acted and wrote videos for and hosted Drunk Counter Drunk and The Walk Show on his YouTube Channel.

Tony has written for online websites like, Philly2Philly and  Tony wrote Lookin’ at Comics the comics review column for Knights of the Dinner Table magazine and comedy posts at  He was the marketing director for Silent Devil, creator of Tony DiGerolamo’s Complete Mafia for d20, creator/biographer for the online webcomic, Super Frat and the co-creator of the Webcomic Factory.

Tony would like to assure everyone that there is no Comic Book Mafia and if there were, he isn’t one of the most violent comic book publishers currently on parole.  Nor does he run a criminal syndicate that controls comic book dealers, art supplies and the smuggling of mylar bags across international borders.