Colleen Doran is an American writer/artist, film conceptual artist, and cartoonist.
She has illustrated hundreds of comics, graphic novels, books and magazines, and dozens of stories and articles, including works written by Neil Gaiman, Clive Barker, Joe R. Lansdale, Anne Rice, J. Michael Straczynski, Peter David and Tori Amos, including The Sandman, Wonder Woman, Legion of Superheroes, Teen Titans, Walt Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, and her own space opera series, A Distant Soil.
“A Distant Soil” is considered a classic of graphic novel art and has been profiled in books, magazines and documentaries. It is listed in The 101 Best Graphic Novels by Stephen Weiner, and is a perennial in American libraries. It’s themes and style predate the now common manga influence in American art, and it’s epic scope, a story of more than 1,000 pages, was almost unprecedented when first published. The series has also seen print in Spanish and Italian language editions, and to date has sold some 700,000 copies.
Comix Gorilla GABRIEL BAUTISTA is the artist of John JG Roshell’s CHARLEY LOVES ROBOTS series. His incredible watercolors graced the pages of ELEPHANTMEN #50. In some circles he is known as “Galvo” or “Gabo” and he has brought his brofu color skills to the pages THE SPIRIT, ALL STAR WESTERN and also illustrated JESUS CHRIST, IN THE NAME OF THE GUN. He is also the creator of comic battling site ENTERVOID.COM and indy press PULPOPRESS.COM. He loves his girl, his dog lulu and his font.
Dan Panosian has worked in comics as penciller, inker, letterer and cover artist. Dan has worked for Marvel, DC, Image, and Detective Comics. He has illustrated many popular comics such as Captain America, Spawn, The Flash, Spider-Man, X-Men, Spelljammer, and Green Lantern.
Dan was also storyboard artist for the short film The Big Bang Theory (2007), and was part of the production crew for Warner Brothers' Harry Potter film (2001). He has also done award-winning commercial art including for logos and brochures.
Besides being an artist, Dan Panosian has also acted and designed video games. Dan played “Mr. Clark” in the film The Source (2002), and designed video games such as Duke Nukem Forever (2007). He also wrote and did the art for the initial issue of the comic Prophet (1993).
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