Will Eisner (born William Erwin Eisner) is considered one of the founding fathers and most influential comic book artist of all time. Comics highest award, the Eisner Award, is named for him.
Jerry Iger (born Samuel Maxwell Iger), was a business partner with Will Eisner and one half of the Eisner & Iger company. Sometimes credited as S.M. Iger as a writer, artist, and editor.
Tim Seeley is an American comic book writer and artist. He is also the co-creator of HACK/SLASH and Revival. Tim is best known for working on G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero, New Exiles and G.I. Joe vs. Transformers. A large portion of his work was done at Devil's Due Publishing.
Brian J. Crowley worked as full time as a graphic designer & letterer for Devil's Due Publishing and freelanced for a ton of other publishing companies such as Image Comics, Publications International, Lerner Publishing etc. Currently he works as an illustrator & graphic designer in Chicago. He's the writer/artist creator of the webcomic Hamster Rage.
Senior Editor for Devil's Due Publishing.
Robert Rodi is a novelist, playwright, and sometimes comic book writer. He is perhaps best known for exploring gay themes in much of his work, and is himself openly gay.
Artist and inker of the 90's.
Canadian Comic book artist. Best known for her work on Saga with Brian K. Vaughan.
Editor in Chief at Archaia.
Joseph Michael Linsner, a native New Yorker, is most famous for the women he draws and his creations Dawn, Sinful Suzi and Dark Ivory.
Talented American artist; noted for having a realistic painting style.
A British comic book artist.
Penciller and inker.
Artist on G.I. Joe: America's Elite from Devil's Due Publishing.
Blond is a digital colorist working for DC Comics.
Artist. Cool dude.
David Nakayama is an artist that has worked for Marvel Comics.
Alex Horley was recently the cover artist of Purgatori's newest origin story by Devil's Due Publishing.
Cummings is an American artist.
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