Based in Brooklyn, New York, Charles Soule has written novels, comics, screenplays and stories of all types. He is the author of Strange Attractors, 27, Strongman and Letter 44, as well as runs on Swamp Thing and Red Lanterns for DC Comics, and Thunderbolts for Marvel. Also a musician and an attorney, Soule somehow finds time to be one of the busiest men in comics, counting She-Hulk, Inhuman and Superman/Wonder Woman among his roster of titles.
Artist Nick Bradshaw has worked extensively in various multimedia fields, including animation and gaming. In comics, he rose to fame on Dynamite Entertainment's Army of Darkness, he has also illustrated DC Comics' Rokkin and Danger Girl. His Marvel credits include Astonishing X-Men and Uncanny X-Men Annual #3 - the first chapter of the 'Escape From the Negative Zone' three-parter continued in Steve Rogers: Super=Soldier Annual #1 and Namor: The first Mutant Annual #1.
Toronto-based writer and artists Ray Fawkes has contributed to DC Comics' weekly series Batman Eternal, as well as Constantine and Justice League Dark. He is a thee-time Shuster Award nominee, and an Eisner and Harvey award nominee for his critically acclaimed 2011 graphic novel One Soul.
British comics artist Andy Clarke gained prominence at 2000 AD on the series Sinister Dexter. For DC Comics, Clarke has worked on Aquaman, Detective Comics and R.E.B.E.L.S., as well as the New 52 titles Batman, Batman and Robin and Batman Eternal.