Rich Koslowski's first graphic novel with Top Shelf, Three Fingers, earned an Ignatz Award for creatively blowing the doors off the world of animated characters. His next graphic novel, The King, tells an amazingly redemptive tale; a fitting tribute to Elvis and the impact he had on people's lives. In 2007, he wrote his first novel, a Christmas thriller entitled The List. 2008 brought Koslowski his first writing assignment for Marvel Comics, rebooting their popular Guardian character, now named Weapon Omega. Koslowski’s writing of Weapon Omega was recognized with a Prism Award. In 2010, he joined writer J. D. Arnold for BB Wolf and the Three LPs (Top Shelf), winning the Glyph Award for Best Artist.
He has worked as a writer and artist for companies such as Marvel, Dark Horse, Bongo, Archie, Boom! Studios, DIC, Saban, and many more. he lives and works in Wisconsin.