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photo by meredith winkles            Steven’s interests are a little too academic.  He bills himself a “seeker” though what he seeks we don’t really know.  He’s fascinated with the mystical and religious history of man, primarily how it affects political and social policies.  He’s a bit left-wing zealot and part right-wing fascist.  Steven is the most pessimistic optimist whose Bachelor of Arts degree in film and video production has qualified him for little more than shoveling elephant dung at the local zoo.  Somehow, he wormed his way into an art director position at a national re-branding firm which serves only to finance his desire to torture his wife (far too gorgeous to be with a guy like this) with comics and geek trivia.  Steven is one of the founding members of 803 Studios though the rest of the studio can’t really stomach him very much.

            Steven’s mediocre writing has been compared both to Alan Moore and a pile of dog crap.  You’ll have to read for yourself to determine where on that scale you’d place him. 

 

Steven's Work

2007
12 Gauge Comics
Writer
The Ride: Savannah Heat
2007
Vineyard Press
Letterer / Editor
The Ritual – The Lonely Robot (split book)
2007
Vineyard Press
Letterer / Editor
Dish
2007 
803 Studios
Writer / Letterer / Editor
Coin Operated Boy
2006-07
803 Studios
Editor / Publisher / Writer
Sequential Suicide: Rottingwood Road – Tables Turned
2006-07
803 Studios
Writer / Letterer
K.I.P: Knowledge is Power
2006
803 Studios
Writer / Editor
803 #3 – Born Again
2005
803 Studios
Writer / Editor
803 #2 – K.I.P.: Breaking the Seal
2004
803 Studios
Writer / Editor 
803 #1 – Grafitti
2004
803 Studios
Writer / Editor
803 #1 – Hand Me Downs

Pencils and Paints by Anthony Hightower          
Inks by Clayton Brown          

 

 

Concept by Eric & Greg Woodard          
Pencils by Eric Woodard          
Inks by Keith Barnett          

 

Pencils by Anthony Hightower          
Inks by Clayton Brown          

 

Art & Letters by Chris McJunkin          

 

 

 

 

 
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