John Dell

Harvey-nominated Inker John Dell has been working in the comic industry since 1986. John first worked on smaller independent titles such as Americomics’ Fem-Force, Now Comics’s Speed Racer, and Dark Horse’s Pit Bulls before graduating to Marvel and DC. Some of the titles he has inked for DC include The Demon, Chain Gang, LOBO, JLA,…

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Barry Gregory

Barry Gregory is the writer, colorist, editor, and publisher of the hit independent comic John Aman Amazing Man. For the past twenty years he has worked every slot of the comic book assembly line – writer, penciler, inker, letterer, colorist – for publishers large and small. He’s written plays, scripts, and stories, and once spent…

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Roland Paris

Roland Paris has been a professional artist and comic book inker for over 15 years. He studied at and graduated with a degree in illustration from Ringling School of Art and Design in Sarasota, FL. Roland is currently an inker for Marvel Entertainment, and has worked on titles such as Amazing Spider-Man, Dark X-Men: The…

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Mike Grell

Mike Grell studied at the University of Wisconsin–Green Bay, the Chicago Academy of Fine Art, and took the Famous Artists School correspondence course in cartooning. His entry into the comics industry was in 1972, as an assistant to Dale Messick on the Brenda Starr comic strip. In 1973 Grell moved to New York, and began…

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Tony Isabella

Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Tony Isabella learned to read from comic books at the age of four and never stopped loving them. In 1972, that passion took him to Marvel Comics, where he began his career as an assistant to Stan Lee and Roy Thomas. In his 42-year career, Isabella has been an editor for…

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Neal Adams

“He revived Batman, saved the X-Men, challenged the system and changed comics forever.” – Wizard Magazine “Describe him in one word? Genius.” – Joe Quesada, Editor in Chief, Marvel Comics “He’s a pivotal figure in the world of comics. He has positively altered the state, the ethical structure of the industry, and always for the…

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Simon Bisley

Simon Bisley is a British comics artist best known for his 1990s work on ABC Warriors, Lobo, and Sláine. He has cited Frank Frazetta, Gustav Klimt, Salvador Dali, William Turner, and Richard Corben as influences. His distinctive style is predominantly rendered using acrylics on Bristol board; Simon does not regularly use airbrushes, contrary to popular…

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Jeremy Whitley

Jeremy Whitley is the creator of the original comic series Princeless, Illegal, and The Order of Dagonet. His work has been nominated for two Eisner Awards, Five Glyph Awards, and numerous other honors. In addition to his original creations, he has also been a regular writer for IDW’s My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and…

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Scott Shaw

Scott Shaw!

Scott Shaw! (yes, that exclamation point is a part of his name) is living proof of gonzo journalist’s Hunter S. Thompson’s statement: “When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro.” An experienced professional cartoonist/writer in the fields of comic books, animation, advertising and toy design, Scott is also a historian of cartooning in all…

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