Bob Hall has been drawing comics since the early Bronze Age (1970’s). He studied comic art at the New York based John Buscema School of Comic Art. His first work was for several Charlton Horror comics in 1974. Bob has numerous comic titles to his credit as well as working with many comics publishers including Marvel and DC.
Bob Hall created the West Coast Avengers with writer Roger Stern. He has worked on many Marvel titles including The Champions, Super Villain Team-Up, Avengers, Squadron Supreme, Amazing Spider-Man, and the graphic novel Emperor Doom. For DC, Bob contributed to Batman titles including three special projects in the “Prestige Series”, House of Mystery, and Weird War Tales. His Valiant/Acclaim work includes a long run in the 90’s as the primary artist on Shadowman and was the writer artist creator of Armed and Dangerous.
Larry Hama is a writer/artist/editor/actor who has is best known as the writer of Marvel’s “GI Joe” and“Wolverine” comics in the ‘80s and ‘90s. He has also written, edited or drawn for Avengers, Conan, Batman, Wonder Woman, X-Men, Spider-Man, and dozens more. His illustrations and cartoons have appeared in National Lampoon, Esquire, New York and Rolling Stone. His most recent novel is “The Death of Captain America.” Recently scripted BATMAN SHADOW OF THE BAT, and WONDER WOMAN for DC Comics’ Convergence Event. Currently writing GI Joe ARAH for IDW, and CALL OF DUTY BLACK OPS III for Dark Horse, and doing layouts for Deathstroke and Michael Cray @ DC.