Vince is a former animation student and freelance artist who enjoys making comics more than he does reading them. He enjoys drawing hot chicks in office attire shooting guns at terrorists, penguins, and can mangle a guitar every once in a while. He hopes to live off his silly drawn stories in the not-too-distant future. He lives in Seattle, and can be bugged at








Shannon Gretzon is the publisher of Exspastic Comics. (Pronounced X-spaz-tik.) He is the Artist/Writer/Creator of ‘The Disgruntled Avenger.’ The 100th issue of the Disgruntled Avenger comes out in July. He’s from Wisconsin and lives above an apartment that does not exist. He’s looking for freelance work and he can be reached at









Punt Speedchunk is one of the contributors to Premier Comics. He’s dabbled in writing, art, and lettering. So far, he’s contributed Zurk and Zurk II, a couple of comics about poorly drawn aliens, and Them’s The Breaks, a collaborative effort with Carnevale Guy, about a poorly drawn ex-supervillain and his poorly drawn taxi cab. His favorite things to eat are green bell peppers and a well made clam chowder, and his favorite thing to do in his spare time is slap together model robots. Currently, he lives in the oven that is Phoenix, Arizona, and he can be reached at Failing that, you’ll most likely find him on IRC grousing about his job or making bad puns.

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Al Sirois cites Firesign Theatre, the Beatles, Pieter Brueghel, Mervyn Peake, H. G. Wells, and Thelonious Monk as creative influences. A prize-winning writer as well as an artist, he has done hundreds of illustrations, and is probably best known for his work with famed comic artist Wally Wood on many projects for Marvel and DC, including Wood’s fantasy masterpieceThe Wizard King. Al writes as A.L. Sirois. His fiction has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize and has appeared in Amazing Stories, Flash Fiction Online, Electric Spec, and Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine, among other venues. He’s got several Young Adult and graphic novel projects in the works. He live in Bucks County, PA with his wife and occasional collaborator, author Grace Marcus. He can be reached through his website, or at Facebook —

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Posh Alligator, A.K.A. “Oscar Taylor-Kent” (and not the other way around) is a writer, humorist and occasional blogger studying Creative Writing in South-West England. You might know him from a couple of contributions to Premier Pulp, tearing people’s writing apart on the forums, or his biweekly online dating blog. Not one to be pigeon-holed he writes things ranging from dealing with suicide, to crazed burrito murder mysteries. He is a big fan of comic books about people that are like bats or spiders. He can never resist a good murder mystery or bit of intrigue. He is often found at his website.








Bizarro is an aspiring writer/artist who wrote a single story for Premier Comics. His real name is Brandon Waldmann, and he took the name Bizarro early on as a way to describe his method of drawing every single request made to him at the expense of quality. He would probably write more if he wasn’t too busy playing all of these video games, which tend to be a large source of inspiration, if not obvious plagiarism, for the material he writes. He lives in South Dakota, and if you want to speak with him for whatever insane reason, his email

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Judge Anon is a writer at Pulp Comics. He lives in Buenos Aires and enjoys hard-boiled tales of two-fisted action, westerns, war stories, sci-fi and all things badass. Working in the magazine has given him a chance to meet wonderful people and team-up with amazing artists to do what he loves most in life and then put it online for the whole world to see. This mistake will surely soon be rectified by cosmic justice. In the meantime, you can reach him at

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Sean Lee. He also goes by the name of “Schean Sagawa”. This artist started drawing around his years in elementary school. He’s an independent comic book penciler that worked on projects that varied from movie production to video games. At the moment he is creating skateboard decks for sale. His terms are unknown as go for his artistic influences. He can be found in an apartment in San Diego, CA (at the moment) and at .








Oruguin is a graphic design student that likes to make comics, she has made a couple of stories for this magazine, she wants to make comics that can make people happy or make them feel something someday but she still has to improve a lot before that can happen. She used to have a webcomic called Billy the Bad Luck Kid that she wishes she can resume soon. Her English can go from tolerable to terrible so she is having a bit of trouble writing this bio. She lives in a beautiful city with beautiful weather called Mexicali in Mexico. You can contact her at