|Our Roster of Distinguished Members|
|Josh Adams is an American comic book and commercial artist best known for his work on House of Mystery for DC Comics, as well as design work for shows on the Syfy Channel. Josh Adams is also the youngest of comic book veteran Neal Adams’s three sons.|
|Kevin Colden||Kevin Colden is the author of the Eisner Award nominated, Xeric award winning graphic novel Fishtown. He is a veteran of the Act-I-Vate and Chemistry Set webcomic collectives and his work has been published by such notable publishers as DC Comics, IDW Publishing, Image Comics, Alternative Comics and Top Shelf Productions. He also plays drums in the NYC band Heads Up Display.|
|Steve Ellis||Steve Ellis is a high caliber class of gentleman.|
Named “Breakout Creator of 2008” by Comic Foundry Magazine, David Gallaher won a Harvey Award with his high-energy, deeply researched fusion horror/western webcomic, HIGH MOON. In addition to HIGH MOON, David has written the critically-acclaimed BOX 13 for comiXology, JOHNNY DOLLAR for Moonstone Books and the cult-favorite DARKSTAR & THE WINTER GUARD for Marvel Comics.
|Daniel Govar||Daniel Govar (aka saulone), is the artist/writer of the top-selling comic AZURE on DC Comics. He has illustrated dozens of books, was an animator for SciFi, is the mastermind and artist of one of the most popular Tolkien sites - ThereAndBackAgain.net, and has an awesome boxer named Sandor. He participated and developed the site 30characters.com, where each year 100’s of artists create a new character and post each for every day in November. He also maintains his personal site (danielgovar.com) and is active on deviantart, twitter, and facebook.|
|Caanan Grall||Caanan is an Aussie cartoonist living in small town Nova Scotia. His first published book, Celadore, was released in October, 2010 from DC’s defunct label, Zuda Comics, and he currently works on his webcomic, Max Overacts, which updates three times a week at occasionalcomics.com. He is also a part of the weekly sketch feature at Comics Should Be Good on CBR, drawing mashups of crazy things suggested by crazier people via twitter.|
|Matthew Petz||Matthew Petz is a man with fortitude of character. He’s currently working on his Zuda winning comic, “War of the Woods“. You can check it out through Comixology .|
|Juan Felipe Salcedo||Juan Salcedo is a Mechanical Engineer and Comic Book Artist, co-creator of Re-evolution with Gus Higuera, published by Zuda and now by DC comic online. In 2010 he and other great Latin American artists explored the integration of comics into contemporary society in the Fantastic Fuerzas/Forces Exhibition. He lives at Bucaramanga, Colombia and loves to go to the conventions all around the world.|
|Bobby is a cartoonist and storyboard artist working in New York City and living in Brooklyn with his wife and two bunnies. He is a member of the National Cartoonist Society and co-creator of the wildly popular DC Comics series “The Night Owls” which ran for 3 seasons on Zuda Comics and was nominated for 3 Harvey Awards, including Best Online Series, Best Ongoing Series, and Best New Talent.|
|Peter Timony||Peter Timony is the one of the Timony Twins, the Most Famous Twins in Comics (TM). He wrote THE NIGHT OWLS, which was illustrated by his twin brother Bobby and published by DC Comics in March, 2010. He has written scripts for independent films, one of which was shown in the Short Films Corner at the Cannes Film Festival. Peter’s play, KISS o’ DEATH, was performed Off-Broadway. Peter lives in New Providence, NJ with his wife Kerry.|
|Over the course of his professional career, Mike Zagari has illustrated and designed for DC Comics, Marvel Entertainment, Transformers, the Simpsons, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, GI Joe and several Nintendo properties. Currently freelance designing and illustrating, Mike also self-publishes an ongoing comic called Human on the Inside, enjoys sushi and dislikes talking in the third person.|
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