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Creator Bios


Brandon Thomas (writer/creator) has been writing about comics since 2001, and writing them professionally since 2003. His scripts have been published by several publishers including Marvel Comics, DC Entertainment, Dynamite Entertainment and Arcade Comics. The Many Adventures of Miranda Mercury is his first creator-owned project, but will certainly not be his last, as he continues a personal quest to improve industry conditions for both minority creators and characters. He lives and writes in Chicago, IL, with the assistance of his wife and their puppies Drake and Skye(walker). (Blog)

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Since he lacks even the most rudimentary social skills, the secret cabal running the governments of the world has decreed that Lee Ferguson (artist/creator) must make his living by drawing comic books. Not only does this prevent him from disrupting the burgeoning planet-wide utopia that’s just around the corner, but it allows Lee to keep his skin pasty white, despite the glowing ball of heat and gas that orbits his home relentlessly. He has drawn comics for Marvel, DC, Devil’s Due, Top Cow, IDW, and now Archaia. (Blog)

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Marc Deering (inker) was raised on a steady diet of superheroes, science fiction, and Saturday afternoon monster movies, so it’s no wonder Marc chose comics as his creative outlet. Since 2003, he has worked for just about every comics publisher, most recently at DC Entertainment. He lives in Virginia with his wife and three sons. (Blog)

Matty Ryan (letters/design/production) is a graphic designer who tends to take on as much comic work as possible in his free time to satisfy a strange desire to work for very little money. Primarily a print designer, he does logo, poster, website and book design as well as comic book lettering, pre-press and production work. He has done work for Marvel, Image Comics, and Oni Press among others. Despite a busy schedule, every so often you might even see a little bit of illustration from him.



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