Are we Evil?
Yes we are
Script, Writer, Project Runner, Chief Complainer
Jack Mangan is an author, podcaster, musician, father, etc., born in New Jersey, but now residing in Arizona. His novel, “Spherical Tomi”, was among the first wave of podcast fiction releases, and was the first number one title at Podiobooks.com. His fiction and non-fiction writings have appeared in numerous online, print, and podcast venues, including such prestigious outlets as Michael A. Stackpole’s Chain Story, Tales from the Ministry, Interzone Magazine, Podthology: The Pod Complex, Theme and Variations, 2020 Visions, and Tales of the Talisman – – in addition to independently-produced audio productions of his work at Wander Radio, Variant Frequencies, and Beam Me Up. More info about Jack Mangan and his work at:
Writer, Metal Subject Matter Expert, Shit-talker
For the past 18 years, Rich Catino has been a journalist, reviewer, interviewer, and photographer, as director for the Heavy Metal music webzine, Metal Asylum, (www.metalasylum.net). He also a contributor at Bravewords.com from Canada alongside known journalists like Martin Popoff and Mark Gromen.
Catino’s artistic resume includes special effects makeup for the independent films Shallow Point, Liars, Black Wine, The Dawn, The Bible Belt Slasher Part 2, and Kids Get Dead Pt.2. Makeup for Union High School productions of Into The Woods, West Side Story, Cats (to which he was nominated for Best Makeup by the Papermill Playhouse), and A Funny Thing Happened on the Way To The Forum. Writing and directing an original short horror film What Waits In The Dark, and the short Killer Juicers. Dressing the photo shoot for the goth/metal band The Bronx Casket Co. Building the miniature set as seen on the packaging for the Hellraiser toy line, props and sets for Madison Scare Garden, and designing/operating a local haunted attraction, Fright Nights, in New Jersey.
James F. Beveridge
Artist Extraordinaire, Canadian Extraordinaire
In the fall of ’77 I migrated to Edmonton, Alberta and set about making a niche for myself here.
I’ve found some creative freedom here. Having lived in the cacophonic cauldron of Toronto, the life here is so much more enjoyable. From the nightlife to the nature – it’s got it all!
Came here ostensibly to just paint some murals but ended up freelancing in a variety of media and genres for various businesses and promotional enterprises. I’m quite enjoying what I get to do and can’t really see any other career I’d trade for this one.
Artist, Pencils and Inks, Comics Expert, Canadian Extraordinaire
Derek Mah draws and paints in Calgary, Alberta, Canada which is where he does most of what he does. There are very few things he does away from Calgary. They will not be mentioned here.
Richard P. Clark
Born in a crossfire hurricane (actually Cleveland, OH), Richard P. Clark’s illustration career began in 1993 while still an undergraduate at The Columbus College of Art and Design (BFA cum laude, 1994). Since then, he has worked for a variety of clients in the editorial, book, advertising, institutional and comic industries.
Additionally, he has co-authored a non-fiction research book for Facts on File, Inc. entitled Career Opportunities in Visual Arts (with Pamela Fehl). He also served for two years on the Board of Directors at The Society of Illustrators.
He currently resides in Upstate New York (after nearly 10 years in Brooklyn), with his wife, daughter and more wildlife than he cares to think about.
King of all Riffs
Brian Tatler is one of the most influential guitarists of all time, and a co-founding member of the legendary band, Diamond Head. He is not active on the graphic novel project, but has given his blessing. He has countless brilliant riffs and songs to his name, including “Am I Evil?”, which he co-wrote with. . .
One of Heavy Metal’s all-time great voices; Sean Harris is a co-founder of Diamond Head, and the lyricist behind the story and imagery of “Am I Evil?” Like Brian Tatler, he is not actively involved in producing the comic book, but has given his full blessing.