Crew

T Campbell

T Campbell

An ex-stage actor and failed Internet shut-in, T Campbell has written eighteen gazintillion pages of comics, won some awards and gotten high-flying writers to praise his work, so if you don’t love this series, it’s probably your own damn fault. He spends his “spare time” designing crosswords, drafting health care bills and seeking the Anti-Life Equation.

Phil Kahn

Phil Kahn

A longtime Professional Neckbeard, Phil Kahn has spent a few years writing for various Webcomic, Webcomic Criticism, and Webcomic Enthusiast sites, and is now trying to take his accumulated knowledge and put it all to good use on Guilded Age. While building a daytime career as an IT Support Specialist and Pokémon Trainer, he also spends a great deal of time practicing silly voices/faces in front of a mirror for the inevitable day where the only thing that can save the whole of humanity from certain doom is his impression of Henchman #24. Out of the three creators, he is also totally that Gnome Warlock who just won’t DIE ALREADY.

John Waltrip

John Waltrip

Life-long resident of Williamsburg, Virginia, John Waltrip was born in 1963 with his identical twin brother Jason. Both of them showed an early artistic aptitude. Earning Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees from Virginia Commonwealth University in 1985, they immediately delved into the world of art, producing portraits at a local amusement park and illustrations for various role-playing game magazines, but soon entered the comic book industry with Robotech II: The Sentinels from Eternity Comics and later Academy Comics. Lasting 75 issues over eight years, it became Robotech’s longest running comic book series, and perhaps the brothers most well known work.
After Sentinels, the pair went on to contribute to many other comic projects such as Tsunami Girl, BoHos, and Lilli for Image Comics, mini-comics for BanDai’s DinoZaurs and Cyclonians toy lines, IDIOTZ for Tokyopop, the webcomics Faans!, Rip & Teri, Xenocosm, Penny & Aggie and Guilded Age, returning to Robotech with Prelude to the Shadow Chronicles for DC/WildStorm. They continue to seek out comic opportunities whenever and wherever they can. The two reside in their longtime hometown of Toano.

Samantha Kyle

Samantha Kyle

In 1982, Samantha Kyle sprang forth from the nib of a Micron 08 as a fully formed artist. Currently a contract Designer for Hire™, she digs on indie comics, adorable illustrations, and is a confessed knitting addict.

Hall of Fame

Erica Henderson

While other children played in the sun and dreamed of becoming astronauts, a young Erica Henderson sat alone in her room reading Zot and drawing Jughead. In the years since… not much has changed. Through anti-social behavior and an obsessive need to keep doodling, her first published piece debuted when she was fourteen. Since then she has dabbled in a few other projects- the most notable being illustrations for Baby’s First Mythos and animation for Infinite Frontier.

Erica Henderson