A yogi, therapist, engineer, artist, teacher, academic and poodle-evangelist, Jay is a middle aged man who is still exploring his vocational possibilities. Married to a fellow writer, cat-wrangler, fish-whisperer, poodle-evangelist, Jay lives with his furry, finned, feathered family in the wilds of upstate South Carolina while he works on his PhD in Rhetoric. In his non-existent spare time, Jay loves to play MMORPGs, discover new local micro-brews, cook, and work with wood.
Jay has been writing in one form or another since he first began to play Dungeons & Dragons (a long time ago), and began writing short stories and serial novels in the early 2000s. The idea for Lineage was proposed to him in 2004, and his first excursion into comic script writing began. He hopes to expand beyond published academic works into the realms of fantasy, science fiction, and further graphic novels.
Chris got is first taste of comics when he found his father's collection. Since then he's always dreamed of illustrating something special. Chris' first work was for Starblaze graphics with pinup art for Robotech Art 2. He has also done some work for small indie comic companies and a few short stories for Marvel Comics.
You can see more of his work at christsuda.deviantart.com
Tom Orzechowski has lettered a whole lot of comics for a great range of publishers over a good many years. He did his first logo, for a zine, at age 14, and began lettering for Marvel five years later. His influences include ‘60s comics, ‘40s sheet music and ’20’s sign painting. Projects include Spawn (all 257 issues); Uncanny X-Men (17 years); Manara Library; Scooby-Doo; Ghost in the Shell; Archie; and many others. Tom is married to Lois Buhalis, an artist. They live in Lakewood, Ohio, with any number of cats.