In 1986 he debuted NINJA HIGH SCHOOL at Baycon. Ninja High School just celebrated it 20th anniversary and Antarctic Press is currently celebrating its 25th year in publication. Currently he is working on BOXCAR CHILDREN for Magic Wagon as well as a NINJA HIGH SCHOOL reboot.
He also has a line HOW TO DRAW books and SARAH PALIN: ROGUE WARRIOR comic #1. CUrrently his portfolio can be seen at http://dogsupreme.deviantart.com or you can drop a line at www.antarctic-press.com.
Sarah McNeal is a doll artist from California. Growing up in the wilds of southern Illinois, she spent her childhood looking for the perfect doll. Not satisfied with what she encountered, she decided to start making her own.
She is best known for her work on the Machina dolls, a collection of robot-styled ball- jointed dolls. Her latest work includes the Mini-Machina, a line of fantasy colored robot girls coming in at just 29cm tall. Her work can be found at http://batchix.g36.net/
When she's not in her lab trying to get glue off her fingers, she can be found working on video games in the San Francisco Bay Area along side her husband and faithful cat, and writing her webcomic, Robots and Racks.
Steve was born at Tachikawa Air Force Base in Tokyo, Japan. He grew up in a military family--his mom is from Japan and his dad was US Army. He lived in many places growing up--Alaska, Colorado, Washington State, Germany, as well as Japan.
When Steve was a teenager his father got stationed in Korea and his mother moved Steve and his four brothers back to Tokyo to stay with family. While he was there, he was lucky enough to land a part-time job working with Noburu Furusei (New Dominion Tank Police, Lupin III, etc.) at Studio Aoehyma. Steve worked on series like Only You and Yamamoto, and learned as much as he could before the family returned to the States.