Wednesday, July 15, 2015

SPACE Exhibitors Part 3!

Dustin Goebel:

I'm a Columbus based graphic artist and illustrator. I Graduated from CCAD in 2007. I was a contributor to Nix Comics Issue 2 and released my own title Beyond Dead last year. Outside of comics I am a graphic artist/chalk artist for Whole Foods Market. I've also dabbled in a little freelance with companies like Madtree and Jameson Whiskey.

Sophie Goldstein:

Sophie Goldstein is a 2013 graduate of the Center for Cartoon Studies.  In 2014 she won an
Ignatz Award for her mini-comic, House of Women, Part I. Her first book Darwin Carmichael is Going to Hell, co-written with Jenn Jordan, was self-published in 2013 with funding from Kickstarter. Her second book, The Oven, was released by AdHouse Books in April, 2015. Sophie has also illustrated a children's book, Poopy Claws, written by Gene Ambaum. Her work has appeared in various publications including Best American Comics 2013, The Pitchfork Review, Maple Key Comics, Sleep of Reason, Symbolia, Trip 8 and Irene 3.

Jack Gonzalez:

My Comic is about a depressed unicorn who is contemplating suicide. It is a dark comedy that follows his story as he journeys to find a meaning to his life. However, as the story progresses he attempts form connections with family and friends, only to realize that they are even more dysfunctional than him.

Todd Goodman:

Old World Comics will be celebrating its 5th. Anniversary in 2015! Founded by head writer, creator and  founder Todd Goodman, Old World Comics hosts such diverse comics and books as the comedic superhero title, The Powers that Be! with artist Cory Butler, the best-selling All Hallows Eve with illustrator Andrew Henry and Empty Skull with Marcelo Briseno, The Book on Me, Catacombs, Out There and Smells like Pulp Comics. The company website also features the monthly web comic, Old World Office. Visit all the Old World sites at and

Gordon Harris:

Gordon Harris lives in Annandale, Virginia with his wife Judy, twin daughters Violet and Silver, and three gerbils whose names escape him. Gordon’s day job is NOT writing, drawing and painting comic books or graphic novels. He’s always had a desire to, but it seems like a lot of work, so instead his day job consists of watching TV shows like Curious George or Wild Kratts and writing promos for them - among other menial tasks.

Dave Hearn:

Empire Comics Lab began as a loose knit group on Facebook and has grown into a force for comics excellence. Their first comic, "Cemetery Plots", is a horror anthology in the vein of the greats from EC. Since publication, ECL has expanded to include Action, Humor and Slice of Life comics in print and on the web at Long Live the Lab!

Alex Heberling:

Alex Heberling has been making comics for the internet since 2005! She is currently working on her creator-owned comic, The Hues, which is about magical girls fighting aliens. This year, she will have the first print collection of The Hues, which she Kickstarted earlier this year!

R. Hendricks:

Comics by R. Henricks include  The Washington Tragedy Part One, Legends of Baseball, Stranger Two Stranger Volumes 1-5, and The Disappearance of Gordon Page, Jr.
Luke Herr and Joe Hunter:

Luke and Joe previously worked on the well liked webcomic Changeling but now they just work on separate projects as comic bros. Joe is currently working on the Paradoxicals with Andrew Ihla and Radical Guardian Skater X with Chris Sims. Luke is currently working on Super Slasher with Nick LeBlanc and a few other projects with other people.

Daniel J. Hogan:

"The spelling is pretty good and I'm usually drawn on-model." - No Filter Fox, cast member of Clattertron, the weekly offbeat humor comic by Daniel J. Hogan. Follow Daniel on Twitter: @danieljhogan.

Travis Horseman:
Travis was born in Springfield, Ohio, and discovered comic books at the age of six. Since then, the course of his life has been shaped by his love of comics, theater and classical history. In addition to being   writer, he has been an actor, a director, a produced playwright, and occasionally, all three at once. After writing the first draft of Amiculus as a ten-page play in college, he began adapting it as a comic in 2007, intending it to be a short 32-page project to test the waters for a longer series. Six years and 162 pages later, it has become an epic unto itself. Travis currently lives in Columbus, Ohio.

Gideon Kendall:

Gideon Kendall has been a professional illustrator for 25 years, producing picture books, chapter books, advertising and editiorial illustration, posters, album covers, animation, and oh yeah, also comics. He is the writer and artist of WHATZIT, as well as co-creator (along with Doug Latino) of WAIT...It Gets Worse, an ongoing collection of short autobiographical stories. Both of these comics, as well as Gideon's fine art prints, are available at: you can also read some of his stuff for free online at:

Jeremy King:

Page 4 Yeti, or P4Y, is a small press comic book publisher based in Maysville, Kentucky. Founded in late 2013 by writer Jason Davis and writer/artist Jeremy King, P4Y's mission is to provide an alternative for readers tired of the usual superhero fare. Debuting with the short horror comic Midnight Snack in October 2013, P4Y has been creating the alternative western Not Dark Yet ever since. Visit them
on the web at

Matt Kish:

Matt Kish lives in southwest Ohio with his wife and their two frogs. He talks to planets.

Clare Kolat:

The ongoing tales of Spiffy the Spacegirl follow Spiffy, a bounty hunter or as she prefers to say, "retrieval specialist," on her adventures around the galaxy. In episode 1 she meets a less than appealing character in a space cantina. While she doesn't shoot first, she certainly lets the them know what she's all about! More episodes to come!

Kris Lachowski:

"Kris (not Kristopher) Lachowski (Pronounced like “The House Key” except the English word “the” is replaced with a Spanish word for “the”, which at least according to Google Translate is sometimes “La”. If that’s not correct I don’t know what to tell you, I don’t speak Spanish, and you’ve taken us waaaaay off topic. ) …anyway… Kris makes silly drawings, which are often juxtaposed with inane words published under the imprint “Mean Goat Comics”. Doing so brings amusement and fulfillment to his life and I… I mean he (‘cuz Kris is totally important enough to not write his own bio-blurb) hopes others enjoy his silly words and inane pictures as well. "

Josh Lindner:
Sam would love to see the world someday. The only problem being he is terrified of almost anything. But as luck would have it, Sam's friends love to give him the gentle- yet very firm - push he needs to move forward. You take a step through a door and it could take you anywhere, it could show you the world, but maybe not our world.



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