Steve Horton 5/29/13
Steve Horton is the writer of the Dark Horse epic steampunk fantasy, Amala's Blade, with one miniseries out in 2013 and another in 2014. He's also done short stories for DC Comics and the non-profit Reading with Pictures anthology. When not writing comics and editing at the day job, Steve plays a lot of Magic and other games. He lives near Indianapolis with his incredibly patient wife and three incredibly impatient kids. And one beagle.
More info about Steve can and his comics can be found at about.me/tropicalsteve or follow him on Twitter at @TropicalSteve
Kyle Starks 6/1/13
Kyle Starks is a comic book writer/artist living in Southern Indiana. He is the creator of the Robot Mountain webcomic series which includes Adventure Wizard, Punch Captain and the book comicsalliance.com called "the best wrestling comic of all time", The Legend of Ricky Thunder. Last year a short comic, This is Wild Dog! was included in the Comics Bulletin's 10 Best Online Comics of 2012.
He might be a time traveller. I'm not sure. I heard he punched out a dragon once, though. Seriously. Dragon punching.
More info about Kyle and his comics can be found at www.kylestarks.com or follow him on twitter @starr226 or visit his tumblr www.robotmountain.tumblr.com
Ryan Browne 6/5/13
Ryan Browne is a comic book writer/artist living in Chicago. He is the creator of God Hates Astronauts and Blast Furnace. He's also worked on books like The Manhattan Projects and Hoax Hunters.
"I don't want to oversell what Ryan has accomplished here, but I gave God Hates Astronauts to a blind man and he regained his sight." -Jonathan Hickman (The Avengers, Fantastic Four, The Manhattan Projects)