Tee Franklin is a Black, queer, disabled, autistic, award-winning, bestselling comic writer, TV writer, and public speaker from New Jersey. She is the author of BINGO LOVE, currently on its third printing, and HARLEY QUINN: EAT. BANG! KILL TOUR, and she has written for Archie Comics and Marvel Comics. She is the first Black woman to write Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy, and the first Black woman to write multiple series with Image Comics. Her stories have also appeared in the New York Times bestselling and Eisner-winning graphic novel LOVE IS LOVE, as well as award-winning anthologies ELEMENTS: FIRE and FEMME MAGNIFIQUE.
Tee does not consider herself to be an activist or an advocate for disabled people; however, she uses her platform to discuss topics that affects her daily life as a Black, queer, disabled woman. She hopes to pave the way for more marginalized creators.
In addition to writing comics, Tee is a screenwriter, domestic violence survivor, and mom of adult children. When she's not writing (or tweeting), you can find Tee watching anime; enjoying Asian horror movies like Odishon, Battle Royale, and #Alive; or reliving the joy from rewatching The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes and the Justice League Unlimited animated series -- especially the episodes featuring Vixen!
Shawn Pryor is the creator and co-author of the graphic novel mystery series Cash and Carrie, co-creator and author of the 2019 GLYPH-nominated football/drama series Force, and author of Kentucky Kaiju and Jake Maddox: Diamond Double Play. In his free time, he enjoys reading, cooking, listening to streaming music playlists, and talking about why Zack from the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers is the greatest superhero of all time.
Gail Simone is an American writer of comic books. Best known for penning DC's Birds of Prey, her other notable works include Secret Six, Welcome to Tranquility, The All-New Atom, Deadpool, and Wonder Woman.
Alyssa Cole is an award-winning author of historical, contemporary, and sci-fi romance. Her contemporary rom-com A Princess in Theory was one of the New York Times' 100 Notable Books of 2018, and her books have received critical acclaim from Library Journal, BuzzFeed, Kirkus, Booklist, Jezebel, Vulture, Book Riot, Entertainment Weekly, and various other outlets. When she's not working, she can usually be found watching anime or wrangling her many pets.
Paulina Ganucheau earned her bachelor of fine arts degree from Savannah College of Art and Design, where she graduated magna cum laude. An experienced designer, Ganucheau is a freelance artist with clients such as Dirty Coast, Boom! Studios, and New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation. She is a native of New Orleans, Louisiana, where she resides.