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Danny Phillips has been working as a free lance artist for over the last 2 decades. He got his start in the late 90's doing Slice of Life comics such as Katmandu and Shanda the Panda. He eventually went on to draw other comics such as Kreetor, White Knife and his own comic Starbomb. He is currently working on a new project called Dex Corrigan: Space Ace and is constantly working on commissions, keeping himself busy way too much of the time.
Becca Farrow is a freelance illustrator making her way in comic books and graphic novels. She graduated with her BFA from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, and has since worked with several companies including IDW, BOOM! Studios, Marvel Entertainment, and Black Mask Studios. She currently resides in Madison where she alternates between playing D&D and drawing until her hand falls off.
Steve Kurth entered the comic book industry in 2001 as an artist for G.I. Joe, and continued to work on such properties as Micronauts, Ghostbusters and Dragonlance Chronicles until being tapped by Marvel Comics. At Marvel, Steve worked on such titles as Hulk, Marvel Boy, Last of the Mohicans, Wolverine, X-men, Avengers , Black Widow, and New Mutants. The high points of Steve’s Marvel career being his work with Warren Ellis on Ultimate Iron Man: Armor Wars and with Fred Van Lente on Iron Man: Legacy. Steve also worked with Fred when he returned to G.I. Joe followed by an acclaimed run with novelist Karen Traviss. Steve is currently working for Disney.
Painter, illustrator, and writer, Ned Gannon attended the Kansas City Art Institute and the School of Visual Arts in New York where he received his M.F.A. He lived and worked on the North Shore of Staten Island in New York City for seven years before moving to Wisconsin.
His work has appeared in New York galleries, the Society of Illustrators of New York and Los Angeles and in Communication Arts. His clients include American Airlines, Boyds Mills Press, Cobblestone, Cricket, and Odyssey Magazines, Woodbine Publishing, and St. Vladimir’s Press. His work is in private collections in Australia and the United States, including the Staten Island Museum.
Ned was the youngest of six siblings. This may have exacerbated a terrible tendency toward daydreaming or “traveling” as his wife, Sara, kindly prescribes it.
Originally from the midwest, he currently teaches at the University of Wisconsin in Eau Claire, where he works and exhibits. He lives with his wonderful wife and two wonderful kids. You can follow his work more closely at gannonned.wordpress.com
"David Recine got his bachelors at UWEC in 2005, and eventually went on to teach classes on writing, comics and cartooning at UWEC. He's been publishing his own local comics anthology, Fanboy Comics, since high school, and has also works professionally at a cartoonist and blogger.
"Mark Lone is a Wisconsin-based illustrator who has had artwork and screen prints in galleries and publications around the world."
Satyrn Studios, LLC is an American character based entertainment company founded by Executive Producer Jay Reiter in 2010. The company currently has six intellectual properties that focus on transmedia storytelling through various media outlets including but not limited to film, comic books, graphic novels, action figures, various web content and entertainment, home entertainment, and interactive gaming platforms. Satyrn Studios’ content and characters span various different genres such as horror & thriller, science fiction, fantasy, super hero, comedy, and drama.
Matthew Bergs is a senior Illustration Student at UWEC, and is currently working on several book projects. An avid scarf wearer, Matt enjoys creating narrative content, particularly stuff with animals, fantasy, and mythology in mind. You can find Matthew at Geekcon creating caricatures that will definitely not appear feline in nature.