About the Artists
I’m a graduate student at the University of California, Los Angeles, where I’m currently pursuing a PhD in Political Theory. My interests include the ancient Greeks (who were awesome), utopianism, liberalism, and angry German pessimist philosophers, but mostly I like to read comic books and think about how Batman could totally beat up Superman, even though Superman has all those fancy-pants powers. I have also been known, on occasion, to draw a picture or two. I’m hugely influenced by a variety of artists, though I think Velazquez, Sargent, Whistler, Degas, Caravaggio, Van Gogh, Mucha, Frank Miller, Tim Sale, and Bill Watterson are all particularly rad. You can’t currently find my “art” online anywhere but here, at the Story of the Week Club, but you can read a sample of my comic-book inflected philosophical work in this book.
Hi, I’m Holly. Mild mannered receptionist by day, graphite smudged, ink stained and paint splattered freelance artist by night. Though I appear normal at first glance, I’m a big geek and possibly a bit of a nerd as well. I love books, comics, movies and animation. I dislike coffee, bananas and alarm clocks. If you’d like to see more of my work come on over to
Eric Jansen is a Christian artist. He works at the tract publisher Foursquare Missions Press where he has had 500,000 comics (like PARAMAN) and upwards of 10 million tracts (like THE GOSPEL ILLUSTRATED) published. He also publishes his own comics (like FREEDOM FIGHTER) under the God And Country Graphics imprint. His work can be viewed at the Facebook page ERIC JANSEN, ARTIST.
David Vienna is liquid metal.
Deron DeCesare, born 1962, was raised in Holmdel, NJ. From 1980-84 he studied fine art at Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, PA. Upon graduating, he settled in Virginia, near Washington, DC, where he continues to live and work.
…writes this story blog, yo.