Panels for Primates
by Troy Wilson (editor)
Co-authors: See comments field for creator credits.
Posted by: Troy Wilson (editor)
03:13am / May 4, 2011
MARK SHAINBLUM is a Montreal-based comics, science fiction and fantasy writer. In comics he's best known as the former publisher of Matrix Comics and as the writer and co-creator of the indy superhero series Northguard, and the parody series Angloman. The latter was published in two bestselling mainstream books and subsequently appeared as a weekly comic strip in the Montreal Gazette. Mark's prose fiction has appeared in magazines like On Spec, Would That It Were, Thousand Faces and the anthology Island Dreams: Montreal Writers of the Fantastic. With John Dupuis, he co-edited the Aurora Award-winning alternate history anthology Arrowdeams, published in 1998.
TOREN ATKINSON is the lead singer for the H.P. Lovecraft tribute band The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, (as played on the video game Rock Band 2). As a comics artist, his work can be found in graphic novel anthologies such as "Acts of Violence" from New Reliable Press and "Exploded View" from Cloudscape Comics. His other illustration credits include Call of Cthulhu d20, The Book of Fiends, and Delta Green. Toren also co-designed and illustrated the award winning tabletop roleplaying game Spaceship Zero. As an actor, Toren has provided on-screen and voice talent to such properties as Stargate: Atlantis, Sword of the Stars (VG), Fort Zombie (VG), and Penny Arcade's Cardboard Tube Samurai.
JEFF LEBLANC is a Montreal illustrator and animation artist by day, producing character designs, storyboards, and Flash animation for games and tv shows. He is a regular contributor to the comic jam zine What the F***? and has had strips published in Danny Hellman's Legal Action Comics and Typhon. His self-published Western parody, A Fistful of Rebuttals, may be available in a remaindered longbox near you. Back in the day, he lettered Mark Shainblum and Gabriel Morrissette's Angloman newspaper strip and he still occasionally creates fonts just for the heck of it.
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