Carrie Robare | November 15, 2010
Edith Burney is the Youth/Teen Librarian at the Chelsea District Library in Chelsea, Michigan. She is an avid reader of comics, graphic novels and manga which allows her to relate easily with the kids and teens she serves in her job. Her strong desire to get kids interested in comics and further foster a love [...]
Shawn Robare | November 12, 2010
Todd Goodman is the owner and main writer of Old World Comics. Having owned a comic shop in the 80s, Todd has since gone on to work on two self-published series, The Book on Me and The Powers That Be!
Dan Frazier is the writer & artist behind the Adventures of Nightcrawler and Prowler. He has [...]
Shawn Robare | November 11, 2010
Ray Coffman is a ronin artist from the small village of Harrodsburg, KY. From an early age, Ray had begun to secretly master his ability to transform blank pieces of paper into illusions that created windows into other dimensions that people knew not existed. No one knows whatever became of him. It is said that [...]
Shawn Robare | November 10, 2010
Born and raised in Southeast Ohio, Chad Strohl has been a writer/creator in various ways since childhood. At the age of 18 he finished in the top 100 of a national competition for writing and illustrating a children’s book. From there he has gone on to work on various projects and disciplines. Chad has done [...]
Shawn Robare | November 9, 2010
Barry Gregory is one of the owner/operators of Ka-Blam Digital Printing, a publisher services company which offers digital printing (as well as a growing list of other services) for independent comic book publishers.
Digital printing uses high end laser technology to simulate the look of traditional offset printing. This allows them to produce comics and paperbacks without [...]
Carrie Robare | November 8, 2010
Jennifer “Scraps” Walker is a Louisiana native who now makes her home in North Florida. When not counting shekels as the Bookkeeper for a commercial print shop she works on various comics projects, including the newly launched Where the Geeks Are, a webcomic about geek dating and relationships, as well as Cocktail hour (nee Random [...]
Carrie Robare | November 5, 2010
Matt Zolman is currently 34 years of age living in southwestern Ohio with a beautiful wife and 2 youngins’ that keep him busy. He has journeyed through this life as a graphic and multimedia designer which he loves and has treated him well.
After Matt’s father died when he was 7, his mom would take him [...]
Shawn Robare | November 4, 2010
Wayne C. Spencer is the writer and artist of the comic series Clock Jumpers, which centers on two characters Alan and Mandy, Chronal Officers charged with the task of bringing down Clockjumpers (those who violate the laws of the space/time continuum.)
To find out more about Wayne, you can visit his website or sketch blog.
Shawn Robare | November 3, 2010
Joe Combs is the creator of the business and technology webcomic Business Casual and the offbeat, single panel webcomic, Rusty The Wonderdog. A Kentucky native now living in Minnesota, Joe has published comics online since 2003. Recently, Joe completed his first minicomic, Infinite Loop and published his first collection of Business [...]
Shawn Robare | November 2, 2010
Jenny M. Stead, is a self-taught artist from London, KY who’s been drawing since age 4. Her signature character, Ally, from her comic Ninja’d, is based on her, and has been since age 16 when Ally was created for her High School Senior Project. Jenny loves to write and draw and is [...]