Neil Kleid - Author/Letterer
Xeric-Award winning graphic novelist Neil Kleid authored the acclaimed graphic novels ‘Ninety Candles,’ ‘Brownsville’ and ‘The Big Kahn’, the latter two which are the first entries in his sequential/narrative exploration of Judaism. With the late Alex Nino, Neil adapted Jack London’s novel ‘The Call of The Wild’ into comics for Penguin Books; did the opposite for the seminal Marvel Comics’ storyline ‘Spider-Man: Kraven’s Last Hunt’; co-authored (with Brian Michael Bendis) ‘Powers: The Secret History of Deena Pilgrim’ for MacMillan Books, an original prose novel based on the award-winning comic; and penned ‘The Phoenix Chase’, an original X-Men novel for Aconyte Books / Marvel. Neil also co-authored the young adult food adventure graphic novel ‘Savor’ for Dark Horse Comics; 'Kings and Canvas', a boxing fantasy comic with Jake Allen and Frank Reynoso; and both ‘The Panic’, a New York subway thriller with Andrea Mutti, and 'Nice Jewish Boys', a suburban crime comic with John Broglia and Ellie Wright, were released from Comixology Originals. He lives with his wife, kids, dog and a kosher grill in New Jersey.
Jake Allen - Illustrator
Jake Allen attended the Joe Kubert School. Formerly the Senior Comic Artist at Bit Fry Gaming Studio. Among the projects he has illustrated are: Brownsville, and Kings & Canvas. He lives in New England, and may be shoveling snow right now.
Frank Reynoso - Colorist
Frank Reynoso is a comics creator and illustrator. His work has appeared in "Gates of Hell" (Webtoon), "Savor" (Dark Horse Comics), "Black Heroes of the Wild West" (Toon Books), "Unrig" (First Second Books), and "Showtime at the Apollo" (Abrams Books) amongst others.