(March 9, 1952 – )
James Shull, a California fan artist, was active in the 1960s and ’70s. His distinctive and well-executed art seemed like it appeared in nearly every major fanzine. He published the fanzine Crifanac and was co-editor of The Essence and a longtime member of CAPA-alpha. He joined LASFS in April 1970.
After gafiating in the late ’70s, Shull worked for Marvel Studios and other animation companies, then became an Executive Creative Director for Walt Disney Imagineering, a job he held for 33 years, until retiring in 2020.
Awards, Honors and GoHships:
- 1973 -- 1973 Best Fan Artist Hugo nomination
- 1975–78 -- Best Fan Artist Hugo nominations
- 1975–78 -- FAAn Awards for Best Artist/Serious
- 2023 -- Rotsler Award
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