Currently, Jim provides regular content for Marvel.com, the official Marvel Comics website, and is a regular columnist for Toledo Free Press. Please visit him at http://sgtjanus.blogspot.com and on Facebook at       http://facebook.com/thebeardjimbeard

Andy Bennett is an Ohio-based comics artist and illustrator. He began his career in 1995 with independent publisher Caliber Comics in titles like Saint Germaine and Negative Burn, as well as the full-length graphic novel Ghost Sonata (which was recently re-released by TransFuzion Publishing). Andy's work can also be seen in Moonstone Books' Kolchak the Night Stalker, Vampire: The Masquerade, and The Phantom: Generations series, among others, as well as titles from BOOM! Studios, and IDW books. In 2011 he contributed an all-new story to Columbus, Ohio's Nix Comics Quarterly, and is currently serving as art director for Ferret Press' PANEL Comics.


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Craig Boldman has been a professional cartoonist since 1978. He has written and drawn over 10,000 greeting cards for such companies as Hallmark, American Greetings and Recycled Paper Products. He was a contract writer for Gibson Greetings for nearly a decade. In 1985, Boldman wrote the adventures of Superman for DC Comics, under the watchful eye of editor and living legend, Julius Schwartz. He has since written a variety of other well-known characters, including "Big Boy," "Bazooka Joe," and strips based on two Disney TV shows: "Disney's Doug," and "Disney's Recess." Craig Boldman currently writes the Jughead comic book for Archie Comics Publications, and has been writing the Archie newspaper strip since 1992, first in collaboration with artist Dan DeCarlo, and later with Henry Scarpelli, who continues drawing the strip today. He is the co-author/illustrator of a humor book from Andrews McMeel Publishing, "Every Excuse in the Book: 718 Ways to Say 'It's Not My Fault!'" Visit:  http://www.craigboldman.com/ for more information.

GEORGE J. BRODERICK, JR. began cartooning at age five when he peddled drawings of Mighty Mouse, Woody Woodpecker and Popeye from the back of his little red wagon to the unsuspecting neighborhood moms for a nickel a sketch (which George still considers one of the highlights of his freelance career).


George has worked as a professional in comics since 1982. Since then, he has written stories for DC Comics, Marvel Comics and handled both scripting and editing on the Lost In Space and Quantum Leap comic books for Innovation Publishing and editing on Lost In Space: Voyage to the Bottom of the Soul for Bubblehead Publishing.


George's art credits include work on Bozo the Clown and Santa Claus Adventures for Innovation, Speed Racer for Now Comics and The Munsters for TV Comics. His most current work includes Courageous Man Adventures, Stardust & Thor, Suicide Blonde and El Mucho Grande for Comic Library International; a series of Christmas themed comics for Cool Yule Comics; the Radio Active Man and Lure Lass/Weasel Woman features in Simpson’s Super Spectacular for Bongo Comics; Mummies, Ghosts, Kolchak, the Night Stalker and Suckulina, Vampire Temp for Moonstone Books; Life Maxx for A Way With Words Foundation and Popeye the Sailor for Premium Pop Comics.


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