Preview – Yo Gabba Gabba Comic Book Time
Yo Gabba Gabba Comic Book Time
Han Allred is the Techni-color offspring of comic book supercouple Mike and Laura Allred. He gets his awesome hues from mom and his magnificent beard from dad.
In January of 1990 Michael Allred left his fledging career in TV journalism to live on the edge in the world of professional comic book making. Doubts of this decision festered until the creation and monstrous success of Madman in 1992. It’s been yachts and private jets ever since.
Corey Barba is an animator, comic book artist, writer and musician- which means he spends his day making up silly stuff. He is the creator of the comics YAM, and Hamwind: Legend of Corndog.
Philip Bond is a British illustrator living in New York. His early work appeared in the seminal comics anthology Deadline and since he has collaborated with a variety of legendary comic writers on projects for DC, Marvel, and Dark Horse.
J.Bone is a Toronto based illustrator and comic book artist. When he grows up he wants to be just like Muno!
Dave Crosland is an illustrator and comic artist living in Los Angeles, California. His work has graced concert posters for Jane’s Addiction, Rufus Wainwright, Galactic and more.
Kelly Sue DeConnick lives and works in Portland, Oregon with her husband, writer Matt Fraction, children Henry Leo and Tallulah Louise, two dogs, two cats and one frog. There were two frogs but one died.
Besides designing and art-directing the Super-Martian-Robot Girl segments, Evan Dorkin and Sarah Dyer have also co-written several episodes of Yo Gabba Gabba!. Their other television writing credits include Space Ghost Coast to Coast, Superman and Batman Beyond. They’ve also worked on numerous comic books for different age-ranges. Their website is at houseoffun.com and they hope to update it before 2015.
Becky Dreistadt lives in a forest and loves cats. Most of her work is hand-painted and is mostly about cats.
Chris Eliopoulos is a cartoonist from Chicago, IL. He references peanut butter sandwiches and dogs with sunglasses.
Dan Evans has almost two decades of practical production and television network experience, ranging from popular television shows such as In Living Color and Beverly Hills 90210 to his recent children’s programming with Kids WB, Fox Kids, Disney XD and Nickelodeon. He currently acts as a Freelance Programming Executive for Nick and Disney Cable Channels while also working on his own original writing.
Kali Fontecchio is a character designer, storyboard and concept artist for companies like Walt Disney Studios, and Warner Bros to name a few. She started making comics for fun, but has been getting published as of late. She paints childrens books, and creates pieces for galleries, always expanding out into new artistic ventures.
Matthew Loux is the creator of the all-ages series of graphic novels, Salt Water Taffy, and is the artist of Good Night Gabba Land published by Oni Press. He also inked the comic, Star Wars Adventures: Han Solo and the Hollow Moon of Khorya, published by Dark Horse Comics. He lives and plays in Brooklyn, NY.
Joey Mason is an Illustrator and Animation Artist in Los Angeles, CA.
Dave McCaig worked as color supervisor on The Batman animated series for WB, and has colored many comics featuring Superman, X-Men, and The Avengers, and more. He also runs a website for aspiring and professional comic colorists and artists alike called Gutterzombie.com.
Vicente “Vinny” Navarrete is an Oregon born artist with a penchant for drawing, eating chips, and shooting hoops. He is also the artist on a book called Dear Dracula.
Eric Orchard is an award winning cartoonist and illustrator based in Toronto. His first graphic novel, Maddy Kettle, will be out this year .
Yuko Ota is a cartoonist and illustrator who lives in Brooklyn, NY with a bunch of dudes and a cat. You can see more of her work at johnnywander.com, where she posts a variety of autobiographical and fiction comics.
Tod C. Parkhill is a writer, illustrator and puzzle designer currently living in Richmond Va. He enjoys watching Yo Gabba Gabba with his three-year-old son, Jonah.
Frank Pittarese has worked in comics for many years, first as an editor at DC Comics, then later at Marvel Entertainment and Nickelodeon Magazine. Most recently, he edited a series of international SpongeBob SquarePants comics for Nick. Frank has also written comics starring almost every Nicktoons character, from Avatar to the Wild Thornberrys.
Jamie S. Rich is a novelist, comic scribe, and critic living in Portland, OR. He likes cats and is an absolute monster at karaoke.
When Rico Renzi isn’t hanging out watching Yo Gabba Gabba! with his wife and daughter, he colors comics and designs things for Heroes Aren’t Hard to Find.
Paul Scheer is an actor, comedian, and writer who appears with Jack McBrayer for Yo Gabba Gabba’s “Knock Knock Joke of the Day.”
Richard Stevens lives in a converted factory with his kitties and his computers and draws lots of comics and t-shirts. You can read some of the comics at lolbots.com!
J. Torres has written comics set in Gotham City, Degrassi, the Fire Nation, 31st Century Metropolis, Paradise Island, Riverdale, and now Gabba Land. He’s currently writing two graphic novels, one set in a school cafeteria and the other in a forest in British Columbia.
Dean Trippe writes and draws comics. He is a former comic shop manager, a lifelong superheroes fan, and has an actual degree in comics.
Julia Vickerman is a storyboard artist and animator for Yo Gabba Gabba. She lives in Los Angeles. She can do 30 push ups.
Jarrett Williams was born in New Orleans. When he’s not drawing comics, he’s playing some outdated video game or running in circles. Ultimately though, it always comes back to drawing comics.
Joshua Williamson resides in Portland OR, where he writes comics and kids books while living with his lovely wife, Danielle and his loyal dog sidekick, Cordelia. He has written for a wide variety of publishers and is currently working on his next kid’s book Sketch Monsters with his Dear Dracula collaborator, Vinny Navarrete. Josh writes comics for a living because he can’t sing or dance or hit a free throw.