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COMING SOON Cover Artist Volume #2 -- Josh Blaylock & Devil's Due Crew 

Devil's Due is a North American based comic book publisher and pop culture content creator. Hundreds of comic books carry the Devil's Due brand name since its initial creation by Josh Blaylock in 2000.

Devil's Due is a brand that embraces new, even risky concepts, even if pioneering means we risk getting hit with a few more arrows than those who'll follow.

Media and Publishing are changing, or more succinctly: PUBLISHING IS DEAD! LONG LIVE PUBLISHING!

We are experiencing the demolition and rebirth of a new, more experimental, decentralized publishing industry. One where new technologies give power to writers and artists to cultivate and monetize their own followings directly.

We interweave our experience of previous years, and old distribution models with this newer industry - be it through digital exclusives, crowd sourcing, direct-to-retailer editions, or free content backed by big mega-corporate sponsors, what matters is developing characters and stories that entertain the Hell out of people.

Cover Art & Finishes Volume #1 by Rod Whigham

Rod Whigham, a commercial and comic book artist, began his career in the mid-1980s, drawing 'G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero' for Marvel Comics. Other Marvel titles he worked on are 'Psi-Force', 'Kickers Inc', 'Conan' and 'Ghost Rider'. During the 1980s, he was also with other companies, such as Renegade Press (an assistant on 'Flaming Carrot'), First Publishing ('The Badger', 'Team Yankee') and AC Comics ('Bolt').

He moved over to DC Comics in the early 1990s as an artist for 'Doc Savage' and the company's 'Star Trek' titles. He also drew 'The Shadow', 'Justice League International' and 'The Flash'. He was back to Marvel as an artist for 'The Punisher'.

In 2008, he succeeded Frank McLaughlin as the artist of the comic strip 'Gil Thorp', which he now makes with Neal Rubin for Tribune Media Syndicate. 

Whigham is also an art instructor.

Back Cover Art Volume #1 by Rod Whigham & Finishes by Tom Feister

Tom Feister is an American illustrator, animator, comic book artist, former jazz tap competitive dancer.

Feister is a graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design. He began his career as an editorial illustrator while still in college. He has since gone on to pursue a career in the varied and related fields of comic book illustration, animation, merchandising, and toy design. Some of Tom's clients have included Microsoft, Lucasfilm, Adult Swim, The Upper Deck Company, DC Direct, Cartoon Network, Marvel Comics, Devil's Due Publishing, Dark Horse Comics, DC Comics, Turner Studios, Primal Screen, WildStorm Publishing, and Wild Hare Studios, among others.

He is a founding member of the Atlanta-based Studio Revolver.[1] Along with Dexter Vines, Feister founded Studio Revolver in Atlanta, Georgia in late 2003. The studio was a loose collection of primarily comics artists and designers. During the years the studio was active they created art for Marvel, DC Comics, WildStorm Productions, Microsoft, Dark Horse, Dynamite Entertainment, and a host of others. Alumni include Rod Ben, Mark Brooks, John Tyler Christopher, Stephanie Gladden, Georges Jeanty, Jason Pearson, Brian Reber, and more.

In 2004 Feister began work on Wildstorm publishing's Ex Machina. Ex-Machina was recognized with multiple Eisner Award nominations and won the 2005 Eisner award for Best New Series. Harris and Feister were nominated for Best Art Team. His work has also appeared in G.I. Joe, Iron Man, Avengers: the Initiative, Green Lantern/Sinestro Corps, and Witchblade special.

In 2013 Feister was hired on as Lead Character Designer for season 1 of The Awesomes, and animated series airing on Hulu created by Seth Meyers and Mike Shoemaker.

2016 Feister drew Grand Passion for Dynamite Entertainment. The series was written by James Robinson.[1] More recently, Feister provided a variant cover for Oni Press' Rick and Morty Presents: Morty's Run (2022)[2], written by Ivan Cohen with art by Puste.[3]

In 2019 Feister joined the character design team on Marvel's HIT MONKEY animated series. He followed that in 2021 with stints on Poorly Drawn Lines for Hulu, and Fairview for Comedy Central

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