Wednesday, July 15, 2015

SPACE Exhibitors Part 4!

Troy Boyle:
Troy Boyle (b.July 28, 1966) is an American comic book artist and writer. Boyle has worked for Image Comics, Desperado Publishing, Caliber Press, and Boneyard Press. Some of Boyle's comic book art is included in Mysterious Visions Anthology, Ppfszt!, Tribute, and The Return of Happy the Clown. He most recently provided artwork for David Gerrold's comic "A Doctor For the Enterprise!"

Kevin Czap:

Czap Books is a one-person publisher/distro operating out of Cleveland, OH. The goal is to expand the scope of Kevin Czap’s self-publishing to serve as a vehicle for comics work that teases the boundaries of the form. The work itself tends toward the design and poetic side of comics. Described as “the Comics Mom,” Kevin sees Czap Books as a growing family of artists to be supported and nurtured

Tyne Lowe and Nora Burghardt:
Tyne Lowe and Nora Burghardt like making books with words and pictures in them. Tyne enjoys making crooked little autobiography comics, drawing cats, and making stamps. Nora enjoys drawing
fractured faces, binding books, and sometimes calligraphy.

Trico Lutkins:
Source Point Press is an independent press that publishes anthologies, novels, chapbooks,
comics, and graphic novels. We're a small business looking to contribute big things to the world of art and
writing. We hope you'll join in on our creative endeavors by picking up a book and letting us know what you

Sarah Machicado:
Sarah Machicado is a graphic designer based in south Florida. She specializes in visual
branding, package design, illustration and designing zines. Sarah is currently a game artist at
Upsidedownslide and works as a graphic designer at a tech start-up company called Magic Leap.
Steve Mancione:

Steve Mancione is a Chicago based artist and life long resident of the Windy City.  He has worked in many mediums, including painting and printmaking, but his passion is graphic narrative--namely--comics.  After a trip through art school at Eastern Illinois University, he moved on to Columbia College's Book and Paper program as a graduate student and received his MFA. He has published a short story in Columbia's comic anthology Linework in 2010 entitled Have a Nice Trip.  Steve self published his next story  Blue Collar Black Sheep as a large format gallery show, exhibiting the 44 pages of comics printed on his own hand made paper in 2011 at Arcade Gallery in Chicago.  In 2012, he started drawing and co-writing his own book Career Suicide, which debuted at CAKE in 2013.  He has participated in many group gallery shows and continues to work on new issues of Career Suicide as well as developing a new series to be named soon...

Lauren McCallister:
Lauren McCallister makes weird drawings and comics about her life and the lives of others. You should read them.

 Bob McHenry / MixmeH Hyperworld:
A highly evolved alien race creates an entire world designed to hold prisoners from all over the universe. The planet has an Artificial Intelligence that creates Wardens to maintain the prisons and keeps the system intact. 1000 years go by and the planet becomes a home; all who call the planet forget its original purpose.  MixmeN Hyperworld tells the story of the wardens, the factions they’ve fallen into, and how each battles the other to protect theie own version of right and wrong.
Andrew Meyerhoefer & Seth Kumpf:
Ragged Rider: Tales of a Cowboy Mummy features the humorous all-ages Weird West
adventures of a mummified bounty hunter and his one-eyed horse, Neighclops.

T. Perran Mitchell:
T. Perran Mitchell is the Creator of The Chronicles of the Tal Nor a high adventure comic
published quarterly. It combines the the wonder of The Lord of the Rings with the drama of Law and
Order. In addition to creating his own comics, T. also is a letterer have worked on comics for Firestorm
comics and R-Comics.

Chris Monday:

I make comics and art. Primarily I have been focusing on my series, "Drink More Water."
See some online for free at, and check out the printed issues for some other content. #3 will be out soon.

Joseph Morris:
Joseph Morris is the Owner and Operator of TORC Press, a small press publisher based out
of the middle of nowhere in Southern Illinois. His comics include "The Hot Fudge Sundae Adventure Club",
"Skull Mob", and "SDF". He's currently creating his own cross over event comic just for the heck of it.


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