Panels for Primates
by Troy Wilson (editor)
Co-authors: See comments field for creator credits.
Posted by: Troy Wilson (editor)
03:30am / May 18, 2011
JIM KEPLINGER has been a professional comic book writer and letterer since 2001, working on everything from super heroes to fantasy to science fiction and all points in between. Best known for his work on Image's ShadowHawk and the genre-busting web-comics Ted Noodleman: Bicycle Delivery Boy and Sheesh, Jim is currently working on his first mystery novel and has recently threatened to pencil the next Ted Noodleman book himself.
DOUGIE McCOY has always wanted to be a professional cartoonist. His mother had to hide any and all pencils, pens, and markers, because he was drawing on walls and under tables before he could even walk. While other kids idolized sports heroes, Dougie's heroes came from comic books (and no, not Spider-Man or Batman; his heroes were the actual creators themselves). Cartoons were his other inspiration. He currently works as a freelance cartoonist, and has written and drawn a number of small press comics. He describes his own small press book, The Champions Of Justice, as what The Avengers or JLA might look like if they were produced by Hanna-Barbera.
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