Cover Artist – David Hollenbach
David was born and raised in Salisbury, Maryland. Linda Hamilton of Terminator fame was born there, too. So I guess its not all bad if you liked Terminator. David went on to discover art and study illustration at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, graduating in 1998. Since then he spends his time making pictures and freelance illustrating. David now lives and works in Philadelphia. http://www.davidhollenbach.com/
Pencils / Inks – Rowel Roque
Rowel Roque is a talented Comic Illustrator based in the Philippines. His credits include illustrating children’s textbooks for Phoenix Publishing, a local publisher in the Philippines. Also Rowel worked for an animation company as a Lay-out Artist and has done freelance comic work for a local magazine. But his favorite accomplishment is being a family man to a wife and two beautiful daughters. His passion for the art of drawing is constantly changing as he enjoys finding new ways to improve his style. http://paintingsforyou.multiply.com/
Colors – Anthonie Wilson
Thonie Wilson currently lives in Brisbane, Australia. In addition to his work as a comic book colorist, Thonie is also the artist/writer for DEADNEMO Comics. www.deadnemo.com
Letters – Brant W. Fowler
Brant W. Fowler has been lettering and designing logos for comics for near a decade having worked on titles for Image Comics, Arcana Comics, Ronin Studios and various other independents and small press companies. He also letters several webcomics, including New Comic Day (www.newcomicday.net), Spy6teen (www.spy6teen.com) and the webcomic based on the podcast he co-hosts, Zone 4 (www.zone4podcast.com/webcomic). When he’s not lettering, Brant co-owns and operates ComicRelated.com, a comic and pop culture news website, where he also contributes and hosts his weekly podcast, Zone 4. Brant also flats from time to time, working on such titles as Legion of Super-Heroes, Hulk, Punisher, Star Wars and Pocket Gods to name a few. He has also edited and written for various independent publishers, and does his own webcomic, Wannabez (www.wannabez.com). You can learn more about Brant at his lettering site, www.gonzogoose.com, or his personal site (currently being redesigned), www.brantfowler.com.