Wednesday, July 15, 2015

SPACE Exhibitor Part 7!!!!

Ann Uland and Emily Willis:
Ann Uland and Emily Willis are a comic creating duo that have been working together since 2012. Their mission is to create comics that highlight the inherit uniqueness and diversity in everyone, as well as make the kinds of LGBT comics they would have loved to read growing up!

Noah Van Sciver:
Noah Van Sciver started self-publishing comics ten years ago. Since then he has put out dozens of comics with some of the best publishers in the country, and his work is available around the world. In 2015, he has released three new comics, including 'My Hot Date', which is a SPACE debut.

Jack Wallace:

Disposable Fiction is a one-shot anthology of 15 self contained stories ranging from five to
twenty pages each. They book is 126 pages long, including credits. All of these stories are in black and white. Each story has a different artist, but the same writer. The material of each story is quite different. In one story, a schizophrenic homeless man is driven to save a young boy in peril. There's a story where a gay man and a bachlorette move in together once the government passes a law that states that all single people must be married to someone of the opposite sex by the age of thirty. In another story, a forest nymph becomes human and takes over the corporation that is poisoning her forest. There's also an actiontale about a race across town to get into a secret spy organization. All this and still eleven to go. 

John M. Waller Sewell:
John M. Waller Sewell is the writer and publisher of Beautiful, Silly, & Terrible Things, an anthology series devoted to telling differing genres of stories with a variety of new and upcoming artists. He also has stories published by Incubator Press.

Michael Watson:
The Definition of Freestyle Komics- An unrestricted free movement of thought expressed
through hand and received in Komic form.

Anne Knight Weber:
Anne Knight Weber loves to make books, but she is not a bookie. While in pursuit of a Masters in Writing she fell in love with telling stories using images. She was surprised and confused by the strong reactions her fellow writers and readers and teachers had to her work back in 2011. She finds it very silly to write about herself in the third person, but since she needs to get on with registering, it is too late to change personal pronouns now.
 Her comics and maps open up conversations on many topics, but she has been especially glad to hear from readers who were once afraid to share their experiences with the mental health challenges facing themselves, their families and their communities.
This is her first trip to a small press and zine expo and she is excited to see the work of more established comic artists. Thanks for reading.  

Max Wheeler:
Gnarly As I Wanna Be makes independent prints, music, zines, comics and more. We distro
a variety of zines/comics/prints from a variety of artists from around the globe.
"Selling Art For The Forever Strange"

Joshua Werner:
Joshua Werner is an author and illustrator from the lower peninsula of Michigan. After graduating from the Pennsylvania College of Art and Design, Josh moved back to the Detroit area and formed As Fall Leaves Illustration where he does freelance illustration and design work for movies, books, comics, bands, magazines, trading cards, and more. He’s worked on several licensed properties, including Vampirella (Dynamite Comics), Warlord of Mars (Dynamite Comics), Transformers (Hasbro, Paramount), Avengers Age of Ultron (Marvel Studios), and many others. Along with writer Trico J. Lutkins, Josh co-founded the indie publishing company Source Point Press, which he is now the Art Director for. He does pencils, inks, and lettering on comic titles such as Jack of Spades, Source Point Presents, and Zombie Rush: Riot. He’s also an author, having written The Brutality of Fact, Adoration for the Dead, and his latest horror novella Rampant. His writing can also be found in the books Alter Egos Volume 1, Feast of the Dead, Feast of the Dead: Hors D’oeuvres, and Lycan Lore.  

Jason Wilkins:
Jason Wilkins (JTW) has been creating mini comics since his pre-teens but started doing
comics seriously in 2004, when he self-published his first comic zine Lunchbox. Since then, he was part of the Local DC Conspiracy comic scene in which his work can be seen in the Magic Bullet Comic Newspaper, Suspect Device 4, Main Enterprises Various publications, and The Afrofuturist. He has labeled his technique in coloring and effects as "Hi-Octane".

Anthony Whitten:
Anthony Whitten has been creating characters for comics since he was 7 years old. He creates characters that are visually striking and unique.

Daniel Wyke:
Daniel Wyke hails from Pittsburgh, PA and draws comics, and sometimes even prints them into books.

Bruce Worden:

Best known (so far) for the picture book Goodnight Keith Moon, Bruce is sticking to his classic rock guns with his ongoing comic series Woodstalk: 3 Days of Peace, Music, and Zombies the forgotten story of the zombie outbreak during the Woodstock music festival. He's only about 1/8 of the way through the story so far, so he's probably happy to just be sitting at a table talking about comics for a couple days instead of slaving over them at his desk. So come say hi before he goes back home to Ann Arbor, MI with his wife and son.

Lee Xopher:
Lee Xopher is a cartoonist best known for his comic series "Rock of Pages," which is part semi-utobiographical-coming-of-age-story, and part time-travel-sci-fi-adventure! He also works as an illustrator, graphic designer, writer, and mediocre musician. His current physical location is Cincinnati, Ohio, Earth-0, and his online form exists at

Nate Xopher:
Nate Xopher is an artist, illustrator, graphic designer and a huge fan of pop culture, comics, movies and cartoons. His work focuses on making fun, stylized versions of the characters we all know and love.


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