Joe Keatinge

Joe Keatinge is the writer of Image, Marvel and DC Comics titles including Shutter, Glory,  Tech Jacket, Hell Yeah, Marvel Knights: Hulk, What If Age of Ultron, Morbius: The Living Vampire, Batman Inc. Special & Amazing Spider-Man as well as the Executive Editor of Eisner & Harvey award-winning Image Comics anthology, Popgun, and the Courtney Taylor-Taylor penned One Model Nation.

Keatinge, based out of the Portland, OR comics studio, Tranquility Base, also writes for the premiere French-language magazine on American comics, Comic Box. 

Jen Van Meter is a writer of comics best known for her Eisner-nominated Hopeless Savages series from Oni Press, which follows the adventures of a pair of semi-retired punk rock musicians and their eccentric children. She has also written short stories, single issues and several miniseries for Dark Horse, DC & Marvel Comics, including the Glyph-nominated Black Lightning: Year One and 2010′s Amazing Spider-Man Presents: Black Cat.

Born and raised in Fresno, California, Jen received a B.A. in English from Vassar College and an M.A. in Folklore Studies & Literature in...

Paul Tobin has written hundreds of comics with such characters as Spider-Man, the Hulk, the Avengers, Batman, Superman, and so on. He has done extensive work for Dark Horse on media properties such as Falling Skies, Predators, Conan, and on his upcoming (Nov.) creator-owned titled, Colder. Bandette is in conjunction with his wife, Colleen Coover, and their previous collaborations include Gingerbread Girl and Banana Sunday, the latter of which placed on Yalsa’s “best graphic novels for teens” list. He is currently establishing background stories and characters for Angry Birds, and expanding...

David Hahn grew up in Albuquerque, NM and currently resides in Portland, OR and is a founding member of Periscope Studio.  David is known for his past work on Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane, Marvel Adventures: The Fantastic Four, Fables,and Bite Club, and is currently writing and drawing his own creator-owned sci-fi series, Dayglow.  David enjoys good movies, coffee, firearms, and intelligent discourse.

Natalie "Tally" Nourigat is a cartoonist from Portland, Oregon, currently residing in Paris. She loves traveling, meeting new people, and drawing as much as humanly possible. You can read her graphic novels "Between Gears" (Image Comics) and "A Boy & A Girl" (Oni Press), and follow her European adventures on her traveling webcomic "Home Is Where The Internet Is".

Ben Dewey is an internationally published freelance artist living in Portland, Oregon. As a graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Art, he brings a traditional sensibility to comics informed by his training as a painter.

Ben started drawing sequential graphic narratives in third grade and then developed an obsession with superhero comic art which continues to this day. He is currently a member of Periscope Studio where he works on projects for noteworthy clients like Marvel Publishing Inc., Dark Horse Comics, IDW Publishing, and others....

Lucy Bellwood is a freelance illustrator and cartoonist born in 1989 to a pair of eccentric British ex-pats. She was raised in the orange-laden valley of Ojai, CA with a healthy disrespect for clothing and a backyard menagerie of chickens, goats, rabbits, and cats.

Since 2007 she has been an avid lover of sailing and tall ships, working as a deckhand aboard the Lady Washington and immersing herself in the golden age of sail. During her time at sea she has traveled from Victoria, B.C. to San Diego, participated in several tall ship festivals, taught countless schoolchildren, and...

Rachel Edidin spent seven years as an editor at a major comics publisher until leaving in 2013 to pursue a freelance career. As a pop-culture journalist, she sometimes gets paid actual, legal tender to explain the X-Men, which you can tell your parents next time they ask how knowing that Cyclops’s eyes shoot concussive force beams will help you find a job.

I draw entirely with numbers and formulas. Much of my work is geeky/sciency in nature.

My new series focuses on drawing awesome or beautiful subjects with the underlying data that is responsible for their function. For instance, I drew a flame with a temperature map corresponding to it's color values, and it's wax with an average chemical formula for Paraffin. In my first series, Perpetual Motion, I drew with the numbers of the clock, 1 - 12, to represent time in a fleeting moment, to remind us of the importance of being here now. You can find me every Saturday and Sunday at the...


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