Kevin C Pyle
Kevin learned how to draw copying pages of Mad magazine and war photos from Life magazine and he’s been trying to combine the two ever since. His first graphic novel Blindspot, about boys playing army in the woods, was published in 2007 by Henry Holt for Young Readers and was included in the Best American Comics of 2008 (so why don’t you go out and buy it right now). He has also published Katman and Take What You Can Carry, which is partially set in a Japanese-internment camp during WWII. His “docu-comics” Lab U.S.A.: illuminated documents, Prison Town, Wage Theft and now, Bad For You, all deal with little known history and issues of social justice – although Bad For You is the only one with a toilet joke. He lives with his wife, son, two cats and a dog named Frodo in a creaky old house somewhere past the swamps of Jersey.
You can see more of his work at: http://kevincpyle.com/
Scott showed an aptitude for art at the tender age of two and has worked as both an illustrator and writer, and sometimes even an illustrator/writer, for publications such as Heavy Metal, Mad Magazine, Mad Kids, Nickelodeon Magazine, Archie Comics, and a slew of DC Titles, including Vertigo, Looney Tunes, Scooby-Doo and Cartoon Network Block Party. He also has a web comic, LIL’ BIGFOOT, that has unfortunately been languishing for years — ever since he teamed up with Kevin Pyle to start collecting stories and studies about all the things BAD FOR YOU! There’s so many stuff that are BAD FOR YOU…who has time for anything else!!! He currently lives in Brooklyn, NY with his wife, daughter, dog and WAY too many cats.
You can see more of his work at: http://lilbigfoot.com/