Monday, April 1, 2013

SPACE Exhibitor Bios Part 6

Tim Fuller:
Tim Fuller began self publishing cartoons in Hooha Comics in 1978. He contributed the series “The Blue Beagle,” to Fantagraphics’ Critters and “Cap’n Catnip” to Charlton Bullseye. Tim created countless strips and cartoons for various fanzines, mini comics and magazines, including The Comic Buyers Guide and Starlog.
In 2006, after a self-imposed exile from making comics, Tim came full circle and began actively publishing his cartoons again. He collected his various “Blue Beagle” stories into a book. In 2009 he began assembling a Cincinnati-based anthology, deliciously titled “Twelve-Way with Cheese.” The collaborative effort brought together a dozen like-minded artists who branded themselves The Zombie Marge Comix Group. His ongoing projects include a “Zombie Marge” webcomic, and SHAM Comics, his rewritten golden age stories.
His work cam be seen at and
Deshawn Hall:
Manneristic Studios is an animation and publishing studio that focuses on Christian and Educational based content. We have integrated 3D modeling into the comic book format to create a unique and photorealistic look to match our energetic storytelling.

Tom Hart:
Tom Hart is the creator of SAW as well as the cartoonist of Hutch Owen, Daddy Lightning and others. The Sequential Artists Workshop (SAW) is the premier alternative comics school in the country, offering a single-year intensive program, several week-long visiting artist workshops per year and various other classes and workshops.
Scott Hedlund:
Scott Hedlund is the artist for the web comic: Weirdlings. Under the creator-owned imprint, Weirdlings ( ), Scott has also added his artistic talents to Chaos Punks, World of Orenda, Fairhaven, Dark Times and Reverie.

Taylor Hicks and Dorian Lafferre:
Taylor Hicks and Dorian Lafferre are illustrators from Columbus Ohio, currently attending CCAD. They make verything: Comics, posters, prints, drawings, paintings, sculptures, and even twist-tie figures.

Stephen Hines:
I was born a poor white boy in a little Ohio hicktown up north (Willard: where the men are men & the sheep are nervous) and moved to southwestern OH in 1998. Now I'm an older albino leperboy who works too much (I teach, therefore I'm insane).
So far I've written one novel, Hocus Focus, published in 2008, and one graphic novel, Valedictorian USA, which is being published issue by issue. There are samples of Valedictorian on the book's section of my site (click the title on the main menu). Please buy a copy if you like what you see.
Also, I recently finished a web comic strip series called Clyde the Redneck.
What am I working on now? Well, for now: a memoir mini-comic series called Crackerstacker, and a few assorted comic book series and one-shots. Stay tuned!

DJ Hufford:
DJ was born and raised in the Central Ohio by British parents and incorporates those sensibilities into his writing. He was first published in the 5th grade, and wrote movie reviews for the now defunct Currently DJ is writing the indie comic sensation Yuri: The Awakening
R. Hendricks:
Stranger Two Stranger is a mini comic by R. Hendricks that illustrates Craigslist's missed connections from Chicago, Detroit, New York and San Francisco.
The idea of illustrating anonymous people’s attempts at getting the attention of others fascinated me. Some descriptions are very detailed about their encounters, while others lack specifics and could happen anywhere. Yet these notes are typed up and sent into the wide world of the internet in the hopes that they will hit their mark. The stories range from the sweet to the strange, yet I always find them interesting.
Note:**My mini comic was inspired by a great anthology of comics edited by Julia Wertz called “I Saw You…” that compiles comics from many talented artists to illustrate tales of real-life missed connections from Craigslist and newspapers around the country.**
Erik Hodson:
Erik Hodson has been in the comics industry for over 7 years as an independent publisher and creator. Most recently Erik has worked illustrating sketchcards for Breygent Marketing on properties such as Transformers and Warlord of Mars. Despite being disabled by the disease Scleroderma, Erik has worked hard to become a professional artist. From his lighthearted webcomic Chad the Fat Kid to his contemporary comic related art Erik has become a fan favorite at conventions across the nation.
Thom Hotka:
The Ocean Shard- with it, you could give energy to an entire city, or raze it to the ground, so the legends on the planet of Nextuus go.
Though many have tried to find the shard and failed, a new group of adventurers takes up the challenge.
Many obstacles will stand in the way of their goal; the mysterious psychic Ways, the powerful and dangerous NIX organization, and their own doubts about the very existence of the prize they seek.
Lora Innes:
Lora Innes graduated Suma Cum Laude in 2002 from the Columbus College of Art and Design with a Bachelors in Fine Art. She worked for several years at the Artifact Group, doing illustration for clients such as Fisher Price, Mattel, McGraw Hill, Nickelodeon, Scholastic and Simon & Schuster. Now she writes and draws The Dreamer and wouldn’t trade it for the world.
Ted Intorcio:
Ted Intorcio is the  Owner/Operator of Tinto Press LLC and creator of the auto-bio comic Head & Torso. ( )Tinto Press recently published HOMESICK by Jason Walz; part autobiography, part fiction.
Cara Kennedy:
 In the Grim Darkness of the far future in the Warhammer 40K universe, a hodgepodge squadron is formed to handle the toughest and strangest of missions.
Matt Kish:
Matt Kish lives somewhere in Ohio with his wife and their two frogs. He talks to planets.
Chad Lambert:
Chad Lambert is an award-winning comic book writer known for his work in small press comics, including Possum At Large, Kill the Revisionist, and Return to Point Pleasant. Ray Bradbury referred to Return to Point Pleasant as “superb and frightening! Bravo!”
Chad also appeared in the feature-length documentary Eyes of the Mothman, which explores the Appalachian folklore of paranormal activity in West Virginia. He will also be appearing in the Discovery Channel’s American Monsters & Mysteries later this spring.
Chad was also one of the writers of the Megamind and Kung Fu Panda comics from Ape Entertainment and DreamWorks Animation, as well as BloodRayne for Digital Webbing Press. Chad is also editor on Bluewater’s COMICS, a new biography series that focuses on stand-up comedians, television sitcom stars and other influential funny people from the past 50 years.
Chad is currently appearing in the pages of Dark Horse Presents in a series of autobiographical stories about his days in radio.
Chris Ludden:
Welcome to Harrison: Chicago's ugly step-sister and home to two brothers Grant.
Sam is the city's grumpiest bounty hunter. He spends his days on the gray side of the law and his nights watching CSI marathons. Kevin is an author who hit big on his first novel. The second isn't coming as easy.
Together, they will make terrible decisions in pursuit of justice.

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