Angry Gnome Comics is a horror publisher headed up by husband/wife team Shawn and Stephanie Gabborin. With Shawn writing and Steph whipping around a mean pencil, they have published such horror titles as “Palm Reader” and “Victor Season”. Shawn (still writing) has been joined by a horde of other artists for their horror anthology “Short Stack”.
Shawn also spearheaded the Greenbrook Project, challenging five indie publishers to take the same basic plot and character list and create their own unique story out of it. And that they did! Check out the Angry Gnome Comics entry “Greenbrook: Our House, His Home” (more writing by Shawn) for a taste of what the Greenbrook Project is all about.
Shawn (with artist Mario Cau) has had stories published in Heavy Metal Magazine and an upcoming horror anthology tentatively titled “2012: Final Prayer”.
Stephanie is honing her skills on Sketch Cards and Pin Ups… so hit her up for one!
Basically, Angry Gnome Comics just wants to be your friend, scare you… and eat the soft parts of your face when you fall asleep. Is that too much to ask?
Dan Capitumini hails fromand is a freelance and illustrator, working on self-published works including Punch* Maniacs!, providing art work for Angry Gnome Comics “Short Stack” Anthologies, Commissions, and sketch cards.
A longtime listener of CGS and frequent forum lurker. He enjoys them video games and watching suckas get knocked out.
Andrew Charipar graduated from the Jacksonville, FL majoring in drawing and painting.in
Andrew is currently working on the third volume of Tales From The Cornerstone, the second chapter of Agents of C.O.L.T. and Blacks Danger in Space for the PKD Media Anthology as well as a creator owned project with his daughter, Ayla called “My Brother, the Zombie” with story and art by Andrew and Ayla.
For more information on Andrew and his up coming projects check out his blog at www.misfitcorner.com.
Chad Cicconi is an indy Markosia.com, the current artist for PKD Media’s “Mercury & the Murd,” and has also provided art for stories featured in Angry Gnome’s “Short Stack” anthologies and the CGS anthology books. Chad is also a sketch card artist, and recently completed a set of sketch cards for the “Urban Legends” and “Shock Stories” card sets published by Monsterwax.com. He is presently working on card sets for 5Finity and the March of Dimes. Chad is a longtime listener of CGS, has artwork featured on the CGS homepage, and is a veteran of CGS’ episode 300 celebration and the first CGS Supershow in 2008. His work can be seen at www.chadcicconi.com.who has been working steadily on numerous projects since his debut in 2007. He is the artist and co-creator of “ ,” a webcomic featured at
Dave Dwonch began his career in comic in 2005 with the four issue miniseries, Special Education from NPC Comics. He followed up the superhero spoof with the critically acclaimed all-ages graphic novel, Gnome from Super Real Graphics. He has also contributed to Comic Geek Speak: The End as well as books from PKD Media and Angry Gnome Comics.
He is currently working on the hilarious webcomic Space-Time Condominium, and the graphic novel “Back in the Day” with artist Daniel Logan.
Dave is also the co-host of the popular podcast, The Geek Savants, along with longtime friends Super Ugly, Grant Miller and Brian Roberts.
Always the life of the party, Dave is a fan favorite at conventions across the country. His exploits are the stuff of legend. Wind him up and watch him go!
Jamie Fickes is the creator of the webcomic Mumblepuss located at www.mumblepuss.com. Mumblepuss is a webcomic about stuffed animals who have come to life with unique personalities and views on human pop culture. While not making a webcomic, Jamie is also an improv comedian and graphic designer by trade. He participates in the weekly N3rdcast: www.n3rdcast.com, which he gets to spout his profane views on comics, movies and books with his friends and fellow N3rds.
Kevin Freeman is the Editor-in-Chief of small press publisher Ape Entertainment, home of such respected titles as The Black Coat, Athena Voltaire, and Super Human Resources. He is also the writer of the critically-acclaimed twice-weekly webcomic SubCulture, along with the comic mini-series of the same name. He wrote a short story for the upcoming Shrek comic from Dreamworks.
Erica Angelique Hesse is an artist that loves to draw comics and pin-upgirls. Born and raised in New Jersey, she developed a love for comics at a young age, reading anything from Archie to X-men comics. She realized then growing up, that she wanted to be a comic book artist. Fast forward years later, she’s now showcasing her work in the form of pin-up and comic book related art. She is inspired by all things pin-up, comic book, and low brow art.
Erica Hesse is currently self publishing her own comic, “The Key”. Recently Erica has art featured in the new “Burlesque Poster Design” book, sketch cards for Marvel Masterpieces III set, and pinups for several independent comic titles. In the near future Erica will also have more of her art featured in BrandStudio’s ” Eye Candy 2.0 book, and Acid Poptart’s upcoming “VooDoo Baby” art book. Find her beautiful work at www.hesse-art.com.
Erica loves to collect designer vinyl toys, action figures, statues, comics, poster art, and cool Batgirl illustrations in her spare time. Erica also likes to frequent the nearest coffee shop to rejuvenate her brain. If you happen to see her there, use extreme caution cause she may bite your hand for that cup of java in your hand.
Zack Kruse is very strong. He once lifted one…no, TWO Buicks over his head. He also once ate 87 hot dogs!
More important than all of that, Zack is a young writer who is responsible for the skeptically minded webcomic Mystery Solved! as well as the superhero comic The Contingent (with artist Zeu) from Mindstorm Comics.
Also upcoming from Zack is theTwo Evils with artist Ben Tiede.
For more info on all of Zack’s projects, visit: http://www.mysterysolvedcomic.com.
Shawn Pryor is the creator of the latest comic media company to hit the scene, PKD Media (www.pkdmedia.com). He is writer of the buddy cop comic Mercury & The Murd, and also writes such titles as Exo-1 & The Rock Solid Steelbots, Agents of C.O.L.T, Alpha Simian, M.A.T.T., Wasted Wonderland, and Blacks Danger…In Space! Nicknamed “The Black ” or “Stan Leeroy” by his podcasting peers due to his love of spreading the joy of to the masses, in his spare time he ponders if he’s related to the late-great comedian with whom he shares the same last name.
Resolution Comics is Brian Carr and Scott Bradley; two guys that used to talk comics at band practice while the singer was outside talking to his girlfrined on the phone. After years of obscurity in the , they have decided to go for fame and fortune in the indie comics scene. After forming Resolution in June 2008, they started work on a couple of personal projects including the “The Sound” and the zombie comic “The Layfield Incident” while publishing works by their friends and colleagues in both the anthology series “From Here to There” and miniseries “Pieces” and “Sorrow in Stillwater”. Future plans include “something funny”, and “something that kids can read”. Visit them at www.resolutioncomics.com
Mike Schwartz is the creator of the submarine-adventure webcomic Oceanverse, which updates every Monday and Thursday at www.oceanverse.com.
By day, Mike works as a graphic artist, designing t-shirts and other apparel. Much of his work may be found (and purchased) at www.popfunk.com.
Mike lives in St. Clair Shores, Michigan, where, after his family is safely tucked in bed and his cats are passed out on the couch, you will find him at his art desk, ready to take on another night of drawing.