Andy is an artist, illustrator, and painter as well as an all around swell guy. Andy is the artist for the new My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic comic book published by IDW!
Ben Templesmith is the award-winning author & artist of many graphic novels, such as 30 Days of Night, Fell, Wormwood; Gentleman Corpse, and Welcome to Hoxford.
He’s worked on Star Wars, Doctor Who, GI Joe, Army of Darkness, Silent Hill and Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, among others.
He does art for money in a strange thing some would call a “career” & follows the Giant Space Squid.
Chad Hardin is currently working with DC on the Harley Quinn Series, and is also known for his work on Blue Beetle, Zatanna, Dr. Fate, The Spirit, Reign in Hell, Amazing Spiderman Family, Warlord & much more.
During his career Rousseau has worked for various comic book companies, but is best known for his work on DC Comics titles like Harley Quinn, Batman Beyond and Impulse. He also worked for Disney Adventures (Kim Possible), Beckett (Ruule: Kiss and Tell, Ronin Hood of the 47 Samurai, The Cobbler’s Monster), Image Comics (Tellos: The Last Heist, Tales of Tellos, Invincible Handbook, Monster Pile-up) and Marvel Comics’ Creative Services.
He has additionally drawn, and co-created with Todd DeZago, The Perhapanauts for Dark Horse and Image Comics (Perhapanauts: First Blood and Perhapanauts: Second Chances). More recently, he has drawn Marvel’s Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane.
Dave Dorman (born 1958 in Michigan) is a science fiction, horror and fantasy illustrator best known for his Star Wars artwork.
Edward "Ed" McGuinness is an American comic book artist and penciller, best known for his work on books such as Superman, Superman/Batman, Deadpool, and Hulk. His pencil work is frequently inked by Dexter Vines, and as such, their cover work is known to carry the stylized signature "EdEx". McGuinness frequent collaborator, writer Jeph Loeb, had characterized McGuinness’ art style as incorporating elements of artists Jack Kirby and Arthur Adams.
We are proud to welcome Jeremy Bastian!
Jeremy Bastian is an American comic book creator and illustrator best known for the series Cursed Pirate Girl. He received an associate degree in fine art from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh.
Jim Taylor, is a 30 year veteran of the comic’s scene, primarily in the independent realm. His work has been seen in JGM Comics, Trinity Comics, Across the Pond, Illustration Studio, Moonstone Comics, and many others. He’s created cover illustrations, as well as interior sequential work for these various publications. Jim is also the co-publisher/editor of Recollection Magazine, along with fellow artist Rusty Gilligan.
Jim was also the production designer and costume designer for the independent film “The Wraith: Eyes of Judgement”
John Tyler Christopher
John is an illustrator from Seattle , Wa, currently based out of Indianapolis. Formerly of Studio Revolver.
Known for his Witchblade covers and now his fantastic work on over 40 marvel variant covers. Including the smash hit action figures based on the original Star Wars toys.He enjoys spending time with his wife and daughters, painting, playing his ps3 and waxing intellectually about the sh...ear awesomeness of the Gorn.
Kenneth Rocafort is an Puerto Rican illustrator of comic books, known for his work on titles including Superman, Red Hood and the Outlaws, Astonishing Tales: Wolverine/Punisher and Batman.
Ray Fawkes is a Toronto-based fine artist and writer of comics, graphic novels, prose fiction, and games. Ray’s work ranges in styles from introspective, dreamscape narrative to bombastic slapstick. He is an Eisner, Harvey, and three-time Shuster Award nominee, and a YALSA award winner for "Possessions Book One: Unclean Getaway". His recent book, "One Soul", debuted in July 2011 to critical acclaim, including a starred booklist review, and was nominated for the 2012 Eisner award and 2012 Harvey award.
Robert Q. Atkins is an American comics artist. He attended Illinois State University, earning an undergraduate degree in fine art, and then went on to the Savannah College of Art and Design, where he earned an MFA in Sequential Art.
Eisner nominated artist from a small town trying to make it in the big wide world of art, and kicking ass. ALLONS-Y!