Michael Jasorka was born and raised in a rural New Jersey town named after George Washington's secretary, General Thomas Stewart. The rural farmlands and backwoods with rich history allowed a place for Michael to draw from his imagination. 

A graduate from New Jersey's Rowan University in 2007, with a studio art degree focusing in Illustration, Michael had begun to self-publish and produce his own line of comic books under his own imprint, Bombshell Comics.

After his self-guided roller rink art tour of his Roller Dames pinup skaters in 2008, Michael became published internationally with his comic strip, 
'As The Wheels Turn' for Rinksider Magazine – a 60+ year running roller skating industry magazine.

Upon moving to California in 2009, Michael continued to produce comic books, even for toy and litigation services companies, writing and entirely drawing comic adventures for both web and print media.

On December 3rd 2011, Michael produced ‘December 3rd 1967: An Alien Encounter’ the first comic book read-along experience of its kind, with the true story and found U.F.O. conference audio of ex-state patrolman, Herbert Schirmer and his journey of being taken aboard an alien spacecraft while on duty.  

Along with creating his own comics line, during the last seven years, Michael has found over-the-top fulfillment as a lead cartoonist at Venice Arts, a non-profit multi-media arts organization focusing on empowering youth in Venice Beach, California. 

In 2014, Michael received a WAVE award, recognizing his excellence in teaching at Venice Arts by the Venice Chamber of Commerce. 

Just this past year, Michael and his Venice Arts students created, “Energy Vampires and Water Goblins” a water and energy conservation comic book under a grant from the Los Angeles Department of Water & Power. 

He currently resides near downtown in Los Angeles, where he continues to provide the entertainment industry with storyboards and concept art.