Artist Alley

Antonio Alexander Romero

<div class="list-item-description"> Artichoke Graphics: innovative art for the mind and body. Antonio Alexander Romero started Artichoke Presents to self-publish comics, graphic novels and illustrated books. This material is based on a cache of characters and scenarios inspired by Antonio's experiences, some happy accidents and a few things he made up. <a href="http://www.artichokepresents.com">www.artichokepresents.com</a> </div>

Arman Nasim

<div class="list-item-description"> Award-Winning Businessman, Comedian & Writer Striving for Excellence </div>

Brooklyn Retro Art

<div class="list-item-description"> Brooklyn Retro Art is a one-stop shop for fans of classic animation, offering a wide variety of high-quality, reasonably priced paintings that depict your favorite childhood memories. Visit <a href="https://www.etsy.com/shop/BrooklynRetroArt">https://www.etsy.com/shop/BrooklynRetroArt</a>. </div>

Clemagraphics Studio

<div class="list-item-description"> Andrew Clem/Clemagraphics Studio Pop Art and Comic book Covers on Canvas with Acrylic Ink. I’ve been using Acrylic ink this way for about 5yr and love the bright boldness and unforgiving medium that ink creates. </div>

CptCinnabun

<div class="list-item-description"> CptCinnebun is a New York artist who specializes in traditional and digital art with a knack for TCG accessories. Check us out: <a href="http://etsy.com/shop/CptCinnabun">etsy.com/shop/CptCinnabun</a> </div>

Gianni Boy Vee

<div class="list-item-description"> Gianni Boy Vee is the owner and the editor-in-chief of Highland Pop Media. He is also the co-creator of the children's comic book series,"The Adventures of Bo Tanik." He co-created it with his friend/fellow co-creator, Bobby Castle. Gianni Boy Vee was born in New Brunswick, NJ and grew up in Highland Park, NJ. He earned a bachelor's degree in Theatre Arts (with a concentration in Production and Design) From Rutger's University. He also attended ITT-Tech and earned an associate‛s degree in Computer Drafting and Design. Check out his website <a href="http://www.highlandpopmedia.com.">www.highlandpopmedia.com.</a> </div>

JW Storytelling

<div class="list-item-description"> Created and based in NYC, JW Storytelling publishes self written Comic Books and Graphic Novels. Currently JW Storytelling has two running series, The Elemental Conductors & Night Rain, with a third in the works. </div>

Robert Pelletier: RZP

<div class="list-item-description"> Dynamic Comic Book/Graffiti Artist : RZP One of a Kind: Check it out <a href="http://www.rzpart.com">www.rzpart.com</a> </div>

Solar Novae

<div class="list-item-description"> Solar Novae is an anime and cartoon artist that designs enamel pins, charms, buttons, and stickers. <a href="https://www.etsy.com/shop/SolarNovae">https://www.etsy.com/shop/SolarNovae</a> </div>

Tony Franco

<div class="list-item-description"> Hi, I'm Tony Franco and I've been a professional cartoonist for about 43 years. Over the years, I worked for the Star Line of Marvel Comics. I was the writer for HUGGA BUNCH, POPPLES, FLINTSTONE KIDS, and FOOFER, while providing the pencils for HEATHCLIFF. When my Marvel editor moved to Harvey Comics, I did some writing for the NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK. I also did illustrations for DC Comics for their BUGS BUNNY magazine. I worked in animation as well, providing character designs for DIC Animation Studio for their CAMP CANDY TV series. Throughout the years, I developed a large stable of my own concepts and characters and, now, I'm finally making my fondest dream come true by introducing and promoting my own cast of characters and concepts. On Artist Alley, I plan to showcase the first comic book and other merchandise of IT'S A DOG'S LIFE, a funny animal adventure strip, and hope that "Pug" and the Gang will capture the attention and the hearts of all those present. You can meet my other "friends" on my website, <a href="http://tonyfrancoandfriends.com">tonyfrancoandfriends.com</a>. Looking forward to seeing you there. </div>

Turn Your Fandom Into Cash

<div class="list-item-description"> Turn Your Fandom Into Cash is a book for geeks who want to turn their hobbies into jobs, side hustles, or even a career. Based on interviews with dozens of geeky creators, this book will teach you how to navigate intellectual property (IP) laws, create a business, build a following--and even obtain your very own IP license. </div>

Two Car Funeral Company

<div class="list-item-description"> Two-Car Funeral Productions is an independent publisher with two well received graphic novels under its belt, and more in the works. They specialize in creating the absurd and the abnormal. They presently describe their work as "high-brow art meets low-brow art to form an expressive uni-brow of entertainment."The first book in their repertoire is "Rubbers," a ribald comic which tells the tale of a humanoid eraser who, with his drinking buddies, embarks upon a murderous rampage across space time in pursuit of the woman he loves.Following that came the luxuriously drawn "Eternifest" which entails the dangerously hedonistic dramas of society within a music festival that never ends. Check out the Spotify playlist of the same name to synch your reading experience with music!Additional work, previews, and purchasing options are available at <a href="http://www.erichonzik.com">www.erichonzik.com</a>. </div>

Vandel M Studios

<div class="list-item-description"> Hello New York I am Vandel M, a Comic and manga artist and I am here to make your day with original stories and art to change how you see the world! Thank you and can't wait for you to stop by! </div>