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Refugees From TFTQ - Part Five
The fifth part of rounding up the creators from Tales From The Quarantine
The often-mentioned Tales From The Quarantine has, for want of a better word, been a bit of a nightmare.
Now, many creators have submitted their work to this anthology, and there (at the time of writing) is no sign of a physical copy of the book. These are all creators that should be seen more - so here are some of the highlights from those creators. In my current list, there are 216 creators involved; perhaps there will be more to come…
This is the fourth part. Please see the bottom of this post for links to the previous parts.
Letterer Rob Jones has worked for Image Comics, Humanoids, Heavy Metal, Scout Comics, A Wave Blue World, Comichaus, BHP Comics, DC Thomson, Markosia, Amigo Comics and Madius Comics - including the excellent Killtopia. He also has written comics for Madius Comics.
Writer and reviewer Joonatan Itkonen has many reviews of comics and films available. He also writes films, comics and books.
Artist Jonathan Scott has work including CAMP VA07 (above) from ComicHaus and Cadavers from Mad Robot Comics.
Writer Jim Zub is the creator of Skullkickers and has worked for Marvel Comics on Thunderbolts and Uncanny Avengers. He is also a current art professor at Toronto's Seneca College.
Max Dunbar has many bat-related credits as an artist, including Batman Beyond, as well as Titans and Young Justice for DC Comics. He is also the cover artist for Frank Frazetta's Death Dealer #14.
Writer of the excellent Thunder Child, Cadavers, Last Exit To Brighton, and more. He has many successful Kickstarter projects under his belt and more to come under the Mad Robot Comics banner!
Warwick Johnson Crowell
With work for Dark Horse and IDW Publishing, he is well known for his work on Our Encounters with Evil & Other Stories with Hellboy creator Mike Mignola.