Here it is! As you've
requested, here is a look at the people responsible for bringing the
stories and art of One Shot Productions!
Jay's first published comic work appeared in 2001 with
the inception of One Shot Productions. As a publisher, Jay's goal is to
publish at least one book a year (no small feat in the world of
independents). As a writer, his goal is to push the envelope, weaving
tales of heroes in a light we're not used to seeing. So far, he's happy in
regards to both. Lately, his focus has shifted away from print books, opting instead to share more stories through online comics.
detailed style first appeared in the pages of "Stoic: Unlikely Sanctuary"
in 2005. One of the fastest artists to ever work with One Shot, his work
on the 53-page book "Death: Accidental" is among our most popular.
Curtis's latest work, "Vertex : Masks" had a great showing on the 2007
convention circuit. By Spring of 2011, Curtis will have four books out. A
first for any One Shot artist.
student of the comics industry, D.C. White has contributed art to many
independent publications over the last decade. His initial work with One
Shot Productions was Chapter Three of the webseries "Mark of the Jinn:
Lost." Next, he completed a six page bonus story, "Pride & Harmony v.
Robots." His latest work with One Shot Productions isChapter One of
"Mark of the Jinn: Hope."
Always aiming for perfection, Nelson's
commitment to comics is obvious. He's illustrated numerous indie projects,
and is the creator of his own comic title as well. His work at One Shot
includes chapters of "Mark of the Jinn: Lost" and"Mark of the
Jinn: Hope." He enjoys working with others who are as committed to
the craft as he is, and says that indies have some of the best
not-yet-noticed talent in the world.
One Shot debut on the short story "Shadowlord: The Hunting," Mike Jenkins'
style is clearly unique. His wild, unrestrained style is perfectly suited
for organic and dark stories, and Mike's latest work on the zombie piece
"Midnight Train" is no exception. Mike's uninhibited, wily style is the
envy of many artists who have seen his work.
Jason is a
comic writer and creator for a number of his own projects and still takes
time to work on stories for companies like One Shot and MAW. Jason's first
work for One Shot Productions was illustrating the tragic story of
"Pride's Fall," and is in talks with other One Shot alumni about possible
collaborations. Jason is also the first guest writer in the "Shadowlord" web series, writing the script for the "Deficiency" chapter. We look forward to more from Jason soon.
Martheus Antone Wade
addition to the work he's done on such One Shot titles as "Torpedo" and
"Deathwing," Martheus is a successful comic creator / writer /artist on
his book "Jetta: Tales of the Toshigawa." Martheus has composed three
books of nearly 80 pages each, and isn't letting up any time soon. For
more, check out Toshigawa.com.
Jetta: Tales of the
Toshigawa copyright 2009 Martheus Antone Wade
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comics listed therein, copyright 2010 Jay W. Davis / One Shot Productions.