When he is heavily medicated, Jim Coon is a pretty decent guy. He lives in Cortland, NY with his wife Kati who thinks he's an idiot (though he can't understand why), their dog Rosebud and 3 cat's. Jim has been drawing caricatures on and off since his high school days (back in the mid 80's) and has been publishing small press comics since 1995. When not on his meds, Jim scours the streets and rooftops of Cortland by night as Capt. Brassiere, the Playtex Avenger!
From his hub in the Washington, D.C., area, Matt Dembicki publishes the critically recognized small-press comics "Mr. Big" and "Attic Wit." He also draws a weekly one-hour strip called "Rawboned," which helps to exercise and exorcise his demons, depending on his mood.
His work has also appeared in several other stellar publications, including "Plastic Farm," "Not My Private Diary," and the 2004 SPX Anthology.
J. Kevin Carrier
Kevin is a graphic designer and life-long comics fan. He's been writing, drawing, and publishing amateur minicomics since 1991, and was voted one of the "Top 25 Small Pressers" by the readers of Small Press Feedback. He is a former chairman of the United Fanzine Organization, and a former president of the Small Press Syndicate. Kevin's professional credits include: Nuance for Magnetic Ink, Cosmic Waves for AmF Comics, and Glorianna for Press This! Studio. He can often be found lurking on various internet message boards, so be careful what you say about him. Kevin can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or by writing to:
J. Kevin Carrier
8913 Eldora Dr.
Cincinnati, OH 45236
Jason lives in Austin, TX, and writes/publishes a number of different projects including Kreetor, The Kwiddex Protocol, and Elemental. He also writes for several other small press publishers including Adam Owen's "Green Piece: Galactic Detective" and Marc Haines' "The Colony." Here's what Jason has to say about the UFO: "Do yourself a huge favor and check out the books that the UFO members are producing, I guarantee you they're some of the best comic books out there!" Click on Jason's name to check out the Repercussion Comics website and drop him a line! His email is email@example.com