Jeremy D. Mohler
Jeremy D. Mohler is an illustrator, creative director, college instructor, and the founder of Outland Entertainment.
Jeremy’s art has been featured in projects by companies including Marvel and IDW Comics, Blizzard Entertainment, Goodman Games, Inhabit Media, Upper Deck, and Learning A-Z. He has directed projects and installations for Amazon Studios, Moving Pictures Media Group, The Canadian History Museum, and the History Colorado Museum.
As an educator, Jeremy has taught courses including Drawing for Design, Storyboarding, Making Comicbooks & Zines, Character Design, Background Design, and Visual Communications at the Art Institutes International: Kansas City, Kansas University (KU), and currently, the Kansas City Art Institute.
C. Edward Sellner
Editor in Chief
C. Edward Sellner is a writer for comics, audiodramas, screenplays, and prose. He is also a comic colorist and artist ranging from comic strips to digital painting work. He has worked as an editor, as well as the Chief Creative Officer for the studio he founded and manages, Visionary Creative Services. He has also taught comic courses at various special events, colleges and universities.
Sellner has worked for and had work published by such companies as Image, IDW, Marvel Sketch Cards for Upper Deck, as well as celebrity web-sites, educational comics, and numerous indie publishers. He was the original overseer of the Deadlands license for Visionary, including direct work on the novels and comics produced under that license.
In 2021 he joined Outland Entertainment as their Licensing Director, which led to the exclusive deal for the formation of Outrider Publications, which he now joins as Editor-in-Chief.
He has received three Scribe Awards from the International Association of Media Tie-In Writers.
Greg also works as a Consulting Editor for Tor Books, where he has edited such authors as Richard Matheson, Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, Harry Harrison, Tony Daniel, Rosemary Edghill, Graham Joyce, Keith R. A. DeCandido, S.P. Somtow, Christopher Bennett, R.S. Belcher, and many others.
In addition, he has written more jacket and cover copy than he can possibly remember. (“They stood alone against galactic peril . . . !”)
He lives in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Raised in the swamps of Louisiana in the 1980s, the design bug first bit me in high school while working on the school newspaper and yearbook. I honed those skills in the frozen tundra of Minnesota and bounced between those two for while before ending up on the beaches of San Diego, where I live with my girlfriend and our awesome son.
I love gaming, comics, geek culture, fantasy, sci-fi, pro wrestling/lucha libre, punk rock, hip hop, tiki, and The Big Lebowski. My favorite art styles are Art Nouveau and rock posters. All of these interests have influenced my work.
Since graduating from college in the early 2000s, I’ve worked alongside a number of print shops, designing a little bit of everything: logos, shirts, stickers, business cards, trifolds, banners, and vehicle wraps just to name a few.
Around 2009, I got into the world of independent comics doing pre-press and production work, and eventually lettering. I have served as the Head of Design and Production for multiple indie comics studios. Some of the most well-known IP’s I’ve worked on are Transformers, Iron Maiden, Evil Dead 2, and Deadlands.
Shane Lacy Hensley
Shane and Michelle Hensley owned a game and comics store called Fun ‘n Games in Blacksburg, VA, while they attended school at Virginia Tech. During that time, Shane wrote for every major gaming company, including TSR, White Wolf, and West End Games, among many others.
In 1994, Shane started Pinnacle Entertainment Group, where he created the best-selling, award-winning Deadlands, Hell on Earth, Weird Wars, and later Savage Worlds and many of its settings. Since then he’s written dozens of books and several novels, and designed everything from card games to miniature games to computer games.
Shane still runs Pinnacle with the help of many talented freelancers and partners. He lives in Chandler, Arizona, with his wife Michelle, their two incredible sons, Caden and Ronan Hensley, and far too many pets. He has a double-BA in History and Political Science, and an MA in Special Operations & Low Intensity Conflicts.