Devil's Due works with artists all around the world, from Middle America to Mexico City to Spain. Our current active roster of talent includes some amazingly talented individuals:
K. Lynn Smith
K. Lynn is the writer, penciler, colorist... the "everything" for the hit web series Plume, which Devil's Due added to its line-up in December 2012. K. Lynn captured something special with the story of Vesper Grey and her quest for vengeance, while being protected by lost spirit, Corrick. So much so that her website is known to receive over 2 million hits a month from fans wanting in on the latest stories.
Penciler, Digital Artist - Mercy Sparx
Matt hails from Los Angeles, California, and is also known for his work on the comics Hack/Slash, Sheena: Queen of the Jungle, and Jericho, as well as numerous freelance projects in the commercial art space.
Artist: Yumiko: Curse of the Merch Girl
Jose blew us away with his line art for "Merch Girl, and he has since gone on to help illustrate our Misfortune Cookies pacakaging and artwork for Chicago's booming North Coast Fest - a popular music event held each Summer. Jose is based in Mexico City, where he also freelances in the animation field.
Cover Artist: Plume, Mercy Sparx
When we discovered Elizabeth's cover illustrations we were completely amazed. Part Adam Hughes, part Frank Cho, she brings a sexiness and an energy to her images that is dominating the new school of artists with a growing onilne following.
Cover Artist: Plume, Colorist: Various
When we met Nei she was a coloring assistant just learning the ropes of the industry. Today she is one of the most sought after cover artists in the comic book game. Nei illustrated a rare retailer incentive for us with Plume #1, and look for more from her in the future, as well as art on covers for companies such as Big Dog Ink and Zenocope Entertainment.
Joel Humberto Herrera:
Cover Artist: Plume, Mercy Sparx, Sheena: Queen of the Jungle; Graphic Designer
Joel has been a Devil's Due go-to cover artist for a few years now, and his latest illustrations for Plume and Mercy Sparx clearly illustrate why. Expect to see much more from Mr. Herrera in the coming years.
Cover Artist: Mercy Sparx:
We've only just begun working with Domnic, but his highly rendered yet cartoony pin-up style is so dynamic that we hope this is only the beginning of a beautiful relationship.