Mark Poulton


Mark is a comic book writer/children's book author who has worked for DC Comics, Image Comics and Arcana Studio. He most recently scripted SAVAGE HAWKMAN for DC Comics, as part of the New 52. After his Image Comics’ series, AVENGELYNE, finished publication, it ran as a webcomic at where it has amassed a readership over 500,000. His children's book, A CAT NAMED HAIKU, was nominated for Best Single Issue Story in the 2011 Eagle Awards, and was selected to be part of the TogetheRead Program by The latest installment of A CAT NAMED HAIKU is entitled CTHULHU LOVES KITTENS. It is due out in Spring of 2016. Mark lives in Lindenwold, NJ with his wife, Chrissy, and their son, Chase.



Chris Ivy


A graduate Of Parsons School of design In New York City Chris Started his Career in comics in The Marvel Bullpen. He started working with John Romita and Don Perlin. He has worked as penciler, inker, and colorist. He is well known for his inking work at Marvel on such titles such as Alpha Flight, Moon Knight, and Ghost Rider. He has worked for many comics’ publishers on titles such as Sovereign Seven, Justice League of America, Flash, Beast Boy, Shadow hawk, and Star Wars Bounty Hunters



Mike Capprotti


Mike Capprotti has created artwork  in the comic book industry ,fantasy art , gaming industry his work can be found on the covers of Deadpool and Deadpool Corps as well as covers for Zenescope Entertainment. He has also worked in the collectible card game industry For Fantasy Flight Games, Game of Thrones , Star Wars and many more..


Matt Dalton


Matt Dalton is a sequential artist and concept illustrator who has worked in comics, children’s books, video games and film.  In 2003 he graduated from Savannah College of Art and Design with a Bachelors degree in Sequential Art. Matthew enjoys historical biographies as well as philosophical studies and is an amateur bodybuilder.  His greatest inspirations are Norman Rockwell, Frank Frazetta, and Mike Weiringo. He currently lives in Sewell, NJ with his wife and son.  Clients have included Nike, TokyoPop, Image Comics, Radical Comics, Blizzard Entertainment, CBS among others


Ian Glaubinger

Ian Glaubinger and I've been doodling since dinosaurs roamed the Earth. My work is a blend of fun and retro mixed with modern and ultra clean graphic style. You can see my work regularly at such galleries as Gallery 1988, Bottleneck Gallery, Spoke Art and more. I've worked with such clients as:
Disney, Lucas Film,
 Dreamworks, Bad Robot, Sony/AMC, Marvel Comics, Image Comic.



Dave Perillo


Dave Perillo was born in 1974, the same year Wham-O introduced the Slip N’ Slide. He has done work for prestigious clients such as Disney Consumer Products, Disney Television Animation, Target, Mondotees, Acme Archives, Mattel, Simon & Schuster, Warner Bros & CBS Television. He has had his work showcased in many galleries, including a recent solo exhibition at Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles, CA. 

Dave draws inspiration for his work from many of the following sources: 1950’s Sci-Fi Movies, Charles Schultz, Jim Flora, Ray Harryhausen, Roy Lichtenstein, Jim Henson, Hanna Barbera, The Twilight Zone, Alfred Hitchcock & Character Advertising Icons. Dave currently resides in the ‘burbs of Philly, believes that bowling is the sport of kings and a bag of Swedish Fish is a seafood dinner. You can see more of his work over at:


Pat Shand



PAT SHAND writes comics (Robyn Hood, Hellchild, Family Pets, Vampire Emmy & the Garbage Girl), novels (Charmed for HarperCollins), and pop culture journalism (Sad Girls Guide, Blastoff Comics). He lives in New York with his girlfriend and their veritable zoo of cats.


Ben Harvey


Ben Harvey is a professional Illustrator/ Sequential Artist residing in Philadelphia, PA. He found an attraction to art at an early age through cartoons and videogames then later on, in comic books and anime. Attending the Art Institute of Philadelphia exposed him to the world of digital art which he takes advantage of in almost all of his work. Style-wise he can be described as “Heavily Manga Influenced” to “Comic booky with hints of Manga”.  He has created work and assisted on projects for such publishers as Tokyopop, Radical Comics, Beach Studios, Image Comics, and IDW as well as online publications like




Ryan M. Brady is a self-taught artist, who has been drawing comics his whole life. Gifted with an overactive imagination, his ideas kept finding their way onto paper. In 2013, he co-founded the site, where he introduced his first two comics, The Bolt and Anomaly. Brady single-handedly writes, draws, and colors each comic himself.


Philip McNulty


It started at the age of 3, while illustrating an amalgamation of a man and a spider swinging on the back of an uncolored page from a coloring book. Since then, Philip McNulty has been bringing his 90's comic influence through outlets such as William Shatner's Man O War, Kevin Smith's SModCo. Cartoon show, and Marvel's X-Men. Quite Simply, Philip McNulty is an animator, illustrator, and comic book geek.