Friday, April 3, 2009

Who's Behind This Nefarious Scheme?

So maybe you'd like to know who's making and trying to get this comic published? No? Well too bad, because we've got these nice little bios for myself (creator, writer) and the artist (pencils, inks, colors) that we've written up as part of our pitch...and we're not letting them go to waste! Here they be:

Jeff Prezenkowski is a creative executive at Cartoon Network. He develops new series and has overseen production of several series including My Gym Partner’s a Monkey and Camp Lazlo, and currently is in charge of production for The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack. He has also written for the CN series The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy.

Matt Frank is a freelance artist and writer out of Austin, Texas, and an avid fan of monsters and sci-fi/fantasy. He has provided art for the Beast Wars Sourcebooks and Transformers Animated comics for IDW and Hasbro, as well as extensive illustration and comic work for G-Fan Magazine and Prehistoric Times and Marvel's Hardcover sourcebooks. His first full one-shot was the Ray Harryhausen WRATH OF THE TITANS: CYCLOPS (Bluewater Prod.) which he wrote and illustrated.

See, that wasn't so bad, right? I just want to point out how thrilled and excited I am to have Matt involved in this project. He couldn't be a better fit both in terms of his awesome ability to draw some amazingly, kick ass kaiju as well as his staggering wealth of knowledge and excitement when it comes to all things related to Godzilla, the daikaiju genre and giant monsters in general. But why not let Matt's art speak for itself, while also allowing nice intro to the kind of beasts our giant-sized, teenage hero will have to tangle with on the monster side of things. Have a look at Matt's design for the Raptoran:

1 comment:

  1. Nice to see that we have some professionals working on this project :)

    Now for Raptoran, I like his design, especially the face, wing shape, and spikes. My only complaint is the somewhat simplistic feel of the design, but in some ways, it suits him. Oh, and when you said "THE Raptoran", it made me wonder if Raptoran was a race of evil monsters like the Gyaos. Am I right?