Frank Brunner

Legendary artist of Dr. Strange, Elric, Creepy, Red Sonja, Man-Thing, Conan, and Howard the Duck Starting as a writer-artist on Web of Horror, Creepy, Eerie and Vampirella, Frank Brunner moved on to his best-known work, Marvel’s Doctor Strange in the early 1970s. Other Marvel credits include Howard the Duck, Man-Thing, Chamber of Chills, Red Sonja, Haunt of Horror, Unknown Worlds of Science-Fiction, The Tomb of Dracula and Silver Surfer. Brunner also adapted Robert E. Howard’s sword-and-sorcery pulp […]


Reilly Brown

Comic book artist, writer for Marvel and DC New Jersey native Reilly Brown in a fan-favorite comic book artist and writer for Marvel and DC Comics, known for bringing a sense of character and personality to the projects that he works on, balancing a combination of light-hearted humor with fast-paced superhero action. These talents have […]


Basil Gogos

Legendary artist Basil Gogos has a legendary fan following that just continues to keep growing and growing, as chronicled in the bestselling Vanguard book Famous Monster Movie Art of Basil Gogos. His original Famous Monsters magazine cover paintings of the 1960s and 1970s are highly sought after, and he has works in the collections of […]


Howard Chaykin

American comic book writer and artist Howard Chaykin’s influences include the comic book artist Gil Kane and the mid-20th century book illustrators Robert Fawcett and Al Parker. Chaykin is a longtime veteran of the comic book business, serving as an artist and writer for nearly every publisher of comics in the past four decades … […]

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Bob Camp

Co-creator of The Ren & Stimpy Show Bob Camp’s work on the groundbreaking animated series The Ren & Stimpy Show was nominated for two Emmys, a Cable Ace award, and an Annie Award. He also wrote many popular songs like “Happy Happy Joy Joy,” “Log” and “The Royal Canadian Kilted Yaksmen Anthem.” This beloved cartoonist/illustrator, writer, storyboard […]


Ryan Browne

Professional comic book artist Ryan Browne is a professional comic book creator responsible for co-creating Curse Words, full-creating God Hates Astronauts, and being a sweet fill-in artist on Manhattan Projects and Bedlam – all for Image comics.


JP Roth

Writer and self-published author JP Roth is a writer, artist and entrepreneur who has been freelance writing for the last 10 years. On the initial launch of her flagship series Ancient Dreams, she immediately became a convention favorite. Her subsequent series are heavily based in all realms of lore. As a mythology major, Roth sicks quite […]

Jeffrey Moy

Comic artist Born and raised in the Chicagoland area on a healthy diet of comics and science-fiction, it only seemed right Jeffrey Moy would strive to make his mark in storytelling. Throughout high school, his storytelling would always be accompanied by pictures. Having a taste of what the future held, Moy attended Northern Illinois University, where […]


Philip Moy

Inker and artist Philip Moy has worked as a professional comics artist starting with inking work in 1992 at Comico. He has worked as inker and penciler on a diverse set of characters and books from Marvel Comics. However, his biggest claim to fame is working on DC’s Powerpuff Girls comic, which included drawing nearly all […]


Greg Horn

Marvel Comics cover illustrator Greg Horn arrived at Marvel Comics in 1999 sporting a sensational new form of computer art that had never been seen before, ushering in the digital art movement which dominates the comic art industry to this day. Five years later, Horn was recognized for his artistic endeavors, winning Wizard’s Fan’s Choice […]

Prism Comics

Comic creator Tara Madison Avery Tara Madison Avery published her first professional comics in 1990 in the now-defunct Lawrence, Kansas, music newspaper, The Note. Since then, she has created the cult-favorite Web comics Dirtheads and Gooch, and contributed stories to Astrokitty Comics Presents, Pocketbook Heroes, Death Saves, and the groundbreaking bi/pan/fluid comics anthology, Anything That Loves. Avery […]


Greg Land

Professional illustrator Greg Land has been a professional illustrator for 32 years – the past 20 of them as a comic book artist. He is a native of Terre Haute, and before graduating from Indiana State University with a bachelor of fine arts degree, he started his professional career in the screen print industry. After […]