Artists


Al Williamson

Williamson's professional credits are both legion and legendary. Developing an elegantly illustrative cartooning style, he first came to prominence with the highly influential EC comics line of the 1950s. A highly-regarded half-century career in comics and comic-strips followed.

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Brom

Brom is the writer and artist of the award winning horror novels: “The Plucker,” “The Devil’s Rose,” “The Child Thief,” and his latest concoction, "Krampus, the Yule Lord."

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Bruce Timm

Bruce Timm is an Emmy Award-winning artist, writer, director and producer who has been working in the animation field for nearly three decades. The majority of his career has focused on the DC Animated Universe for Warner Bros. Animation.

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Craig Elliott

Craig has had a hand in designing many of today’s most popular animated films from studios such as Disney and Dreamworks. A multi-faceted artist, he is also an accomplished landscape architect, sculptor and most recently, jewelry designer.

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Gary Gianni

The Eisner Award winning artist, Gary Gianni, has adapted and illustrated a wide variety of books and comic-books. Gianni served as the illustrator of the Prince Valiant Sunday comic strip for nearly ten years.

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James Bama

Bama is the legendary artist who progressed from a highly successful illustration career, to a more personal direction, which was inspired by the environment of his Wyoming home. His peers and fans alike have heralded his realistic approach to the traditional and modern west.

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Jim Silke

Silke's books include, Bettie Page: Queen of the Nile, Bettie Page: Queen of Hearts, Bettie Page Rules and Pin-Up: The Illegitimate Art. Silke has won many awards, including a Grammy for the cover of Judy at Carnegie Hall, and an Emmy citation for AFI's James Cagney Life Achievement Award.

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Mark Schultz

Mark Schultz is an American cartoonist, illustrator and writer. His lifelong interest in the sciences and natural history informs his fictional work, highlighted by the award-winning Xenozoic Tales series and the undersea adventure SubHuman.

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Petar Meseldzija

Netherlands based artist, Petar Meseldzija, began his career in 1981 drawing comics in his native Serbia. Soon after, he dedicated himself to illustration and painting for both the fine art market and commercial projects and books.

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Steve Rude

Rude's career began in 1981 with his and co-creator Mike Baron's groundbreaking "Nexus" comic series. This space saga catapulted Rude into the field of comics, where he continues to devote his energies, along with a more recent direction of focusing on personal works.

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Terry Dodson

Oregon-based Terry Dodson has been a comic-book professional since 1993. He has worked on such books and characters as Harley Quinn, Spider-Man, Star Wars, Superman and Wonder Woman and Uncanny X-Men.

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Warren Chang

All of Chang's paintings represent a personal truth through his reflections of real life. He has been honored as a Signature Artist member of the California Art Club and a Master Signature member of the Oil Painters of America.

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William Stout

William Stout is one of America's foremost fantasy and film artists, dinosaur muralists and illustrators. His previous books include, The New Dinosaurs, Prehistoric Life Murals and Dinosaur Discoveries. He has been awarded the Gold and Silver Medals from the Society of Illustrators.

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