Author of “Ramsay: The Post-Doomsday Showgirl,” Jarret Keene is a Las Vegas writer, editor, and musician. His primitive nuclear doom metal band Dead Neon terrorizes the dive bars of Sin City.
Artist of “Ramsay: The Post-Doomsday Showgirl,” Victor Moya is primarily an inker who sometimes dabbles in the realm of pencils. He divides his time between creating comics, drumming in Las Vegas punk/hardcore band Life’s Torment and spending time with his family (which includes his four kids), also known as The Moya Tribe.
Author/illustrator of “No Place Like Home,” Pj Perez is a writer, illustrator and musician whose contributions to the Las Vegas cultural scene — from poetry readings and concerts to magazines and plays — have either annoyed or entertained the masses for two decades.
Cover artist Danny Roberts is a Las Vegas native. He’s worked in the commercial arts field for 10 years, currently as a concept designer for Jet Set Games. Roberts entered the fine arts world with a solo show called “The Injured” at the Arts Factory in 2004. Since then, he’s produced two to three shows a year in Vegas, Portland, Phoenix, Palm Springs and Sacramento. His artist-owned gallery on the second floor of the Arts Factory, Damned Ink Studios, represents seven local artists, and in 2009, the acclaimed Brett Wesley Gallery began representing Roberts’ fine art paintings.
“This Boneyard … This Battlefield!” writer and illustrator Deryl Skelton has spent three decades illustrating the heck out of everything from the cast of “Dallas” to the crew of the USS Enterprise to dozens of characters in Marvel and DC comic books, as well as in newspapers, ads and – yes – the ceiling above Donald Trump’s bed. That was not a joke.
F. Andrew Taylor
“Boneheads” creator F. Andrew Taylor is an award-winning cartoonist, writer, photographer, illustrator and goat dresser. His work has appeared in numerous anthologies, including Murder Can be Fun Illustrated, Don’t Shoot! It’s Only Comics and the Eisner-nominated Spark Generators. Taylor has published three solo comics and a graphic novel, Beer and Roaming in Las Vegas, through Slave Labor Graphics. His illustrations can be seen regularly at the City of the World Gallery in the Las Vegas Arts District.
Writer and illustrator of “Mr. O’lucky,” Barret Thomson approaches life and making art the same way he approaches making spaghetti. He will prepare, boil, stew and then start throwing pasta against the wall continuously until one noodle sticks. You see, if one sticks it means it’s perfect. When he isn’t cooking, he enjoys working and collaborating with talented people to transmogrify an idea into something amazing.
Logo and cover designer Dylan Todd was raised in the neon wasteland of Las Vegas and its mixture of glitz and kitsch, class and crass has tainted him forever. When he’s not designing or thinking about designing, he can be found rocking, rolling, reading and relaxing (i.e., “playing Wii Bowling”) with his family. If he likes you, he’ll make you a mix tape.
“Repeat Business” mastermind Warren Wucinich is a freelance illustrator/comic artist/caricaturist and native to Las Vegas. When he’s not in a dive bar complaining about the heat, he can be found drawing tourists on The Strip or at home annoying his cat.