NameNewt Readerman
ClassNetromancer
RaceHuman
Level1

Background

SCOTT KURTZ (Writer / Illustrator)

Scott Kurtz has been drawing in the margins of his character sheets for nearly thirty years. His love of art led him to devote his life to cartooning, but it was his love of storytelling that led him to create Table Titans.

An Eisner and Harvey award-winning cartoonist, Scott helped pioneer online comics with his daily strip series Player vs Player. Val, Alan, and Andrew, collectively the Table Titans, originally appeared on Player vs Player as part of a special series of comics done in conjunction with Dungeons & Dragons publisher Wizards of the Coast. They proved so popular that Scott spent an entire month with the gaming group as they braved the world’s most dangerous, and little known D&D dungeon: The Mines of Madness. When the strips ended the fan mail started pouring in.

“I write and illustrate the Table Titans, but they exist because the fans asked for more.” –Scott R. Kurtz

STEVE HAMAKER (Colors)

Steve Hamaker is the Eisner and Harvey Award nominated colorist of the BONE graphic novels published by Scholastic. In addition to providing colors for Table Titans, he also self-publishes the online graphic novel, PLOX. Other coloring work includes, RASL, Strangers in Paradise 10th Anniversary #1, and the Mylo Xyloto comic series with Mark Osborne and Coldplay, Steve works from his home and resides in Columbus, Ohio with his wife and son.

 

BRIAN HURTT (Breakdowns)

Brian Hurtt is an acclaimed comic book artist and co-creator of The Sixth Gun and The Damned. A self-described armchair outdoors-man and lone wolf his other notable works include the second arc in Greg Rucka's critically acclaimed series Queen & Country, and DC's series Gotham Central and Hard Time. He resides just outside of St. Louis in a room covered in black ink.

 

 

MARY CAGLE (Colors: First Encounters)

Mary Cagle is a comic artist and colorist, currently working as an English teacher in Japan! She draws the webcomic Kiwi Blitz and posts journal comics about her teaching experiences to her tumblr

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