Warren Wucinich is a freelance illustrator, cartoonist and comic book creator originally from Las Vegas.

Since he was young, Warren has wanted to be a comic book superhero. Discovering he doesn't quite have the body for spandex, he decided to try making comic books instead and in 2009 had his first short story Remember That Night published in Side B: The Music Lover's Anthology for Poseur Ink. Since then he has worked steadily in the comic book field on a number of titles as either writer, illustrator, colorist, or letterer. For twelve issues he served as artist and letterer on Invader Zim, a comic book that continues the adventures of the hit Nickelodeon television show. He served as colorist on the critically acclaimed all-ages graphic novel series Courtney Crumrin by Ted Naifeh, and in 2014 teamed up with Naifeh yet again for the adventure comic series, Princess Ugg, both for Oni Press. He has also worked on various projects for Dark Horse, Image Comics, and Pop! Goes the Icon.

Warren began his art career as a caricaturist drawing tourists on the famed Las Vegas Strip. There he spent several years learning several lessons in the fine art of caricature, and then several more lessons in the finer art of patience. These days, Warren draws caricatures at state fairs across the country and is quite content with referring to himself as a "part-time carny".

He also manages to find time to dabble in other media such as magazines, book and album covers, character design, fine art, and design for animation.

He currently resides in Durham, NC where he spends most of his time making comics, watching Batman: The Animated Series reruns and complaining about mosquitoes.