June 15, 2021
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About the Author
Mark Schultz is an American cartoonist, illustrator and author whose interest in adventure fiction and the sciences led him to create his award-winning Xenozoic Tales comics, as well as SubHuman, in collaboration with paleontologist Dr. Michael J. Ryan. He has illustrated a collection of Robert E. Howard's Conan of Cimmeria and written the science primer The Stuff of Life: A Graphic Guide to Genetics and DNA. His illustrated novella, Storms at Sea, was released in 2015. Currently, he writes the adventures of Prince Valiant for King Features Syndicate and is in the process of creating a new Xenozoic story. His illustrations, commissions and sketches can be found collected in the Carbon series.
J.G. Jones is a Cover Artist, Painter, Penciller, Inker, and Writer. He has been nominated for 3 Eisner Awards, as well being credited for his work as Co-Producer for Universal Pictures film version of the graphic novel, WANTED along with Mark Millar. He has contributed both covers and interior art for DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Wildstorm, Dark Horse, Dynamite, BOOM!, Top Cow, Valiant, Defiant, Broadway, and Crusade Comics. J.G. and writer Devin Grayson introduced the Yelena Belova character in Marvel Knights Black Widow limited series, followed by creating and drawing Marvel Boy with Grant Morrison, before working on Greg Rucka's Wonder Woman: The Hiketeia. J.G. has always been a prolific cover artist, painting covers for Brian K. Vaughan's Y: The Last Man, as well as Wonder Woman. His cover work included many titles, but he may be best remembered for providing all 52 covers for DC Comics' groundbreaking weekly title, 52. He then co-created Top Cow Comics' breakout sensation, WANTED, with writer Mark Millar, before to DC, to work with Grant Morrison on the epic Final Crisis, and Brian Azzarello's Before Watchmen: The Comedian. Jones recently teamed up with Mark Waid to write Strange Fruit for BOOM! Studios, for which he provided the lushly painted art.