You can find his work and various social networking links at www.joelcarroll.com
She’s worked on licenses ranging from Star Wars to Marvel Comics to Lord of the Rings to Fraggle Rock and more. Cartooning is all she’s ever wanted to do with her life (besides her ambition to be a muppet or a robot as a child).
Katie’s art as well as a lengthy history of her work can be found at www.katiecandraw.com
Otis Frampton is a writer and artist best known from creating the Oddly Normal graphic novel series. He has done illustration work for Lucasfilm, New Line Cinema, Marvel Comics, DC Comics, The Topps Trading Card Company and Upper Deck. You can see more of Otis’s work at otisframpton.com!
James Anderson, disguised as a graphic artist and illustrator by day, in the evenings and weekends becomes a volunteer at the famed Strang Institute’s Mission Control. There he transcribes the exploits of Ellie on Planet X into comic form for everyone to enjoy on the world wide web.
Dani Jones is a children’s illustrator whose work has been featured in picture books, magazines, and educational publishing. Her clients include Price Stern Sloan, Houghton-Mifflin Harcourt, McGraw-Hill, and Scholastic. She’s illustrated several picture books including Elfis and The Best Mariachi in the World. My Sister, the Freak is her first venture into comics.
Mike Maihack is a fan of ice cream. But not soft serve ice cream. Technically that’s not even considered ice cream. It’s called "frozen custard" and should be classified as such. Although, when you swirl candy in it like those Blizzards they have at DQ, it’s pretty good.
Eddie Pittman grew up in Atlanta, Georgia, where he taught himself how to draw in the back row of math class. After years in the animation industry, he decided to break out into the lucrative world of webcomics. Red’s Planet is his first graphic novel.
Eddie currently resides near Orlando, Florida with his beautiful wife, Beth, his brilliant daughters Ginny and Teagan and his cat Dr. Dean Frederick Ferdinand Finster Newton Amadeus Montague IV.
Comic: Red’s Planet
Favorite Nebula: Mutara Nebula! (from Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan)