Best known for his tennis racket and loud mouth, Jim Cornette is one of the most famous (and obnoxious) managers in professional wrestling history. Cornette led such performers as The Midnight Express, Yokozuna, Vader, Owen Hart, and The British Bulldog to great success. Cornette was the owner of Smoky Mountain Wrestling, and has worked for Jim Crockett Promotions, World Championship Wrestling, World Wrestling Entertainment, TNA, Ring of Honor, and more as a manager, color commentator, promoter, and booker. Cornette hails from Louisville, Kentucky.
Shane Davis illustrated Final Crisis: Rage of the Red Lanterns. He went on to illustrate the original graphic novel, Superman: Earth One, which has been on the New York Times best-seller list for 37 weeks. Davis followed up with a sequel, Superman: Earth One, Volume 2. His current project is Shadow Walk for Legendary Comics.
Michelle Delecki is an American artist best known for her paintings of women. Her artwork has been shown in galleries throughout the United States, Italy and Canada, and is collected by fans worldwide. When she is not painting, Michelle is professionally inking Shane Davis on covers. She loves 80s heavy metal and plays electric guitar.
Douglas Paszkiewicz is a veteran in the comic book industry, having done work for ImageM, and DC Comics, Mad Magazine and Topps Mars Attacks while keeping his own independently published work Arsenic Lullaby at the top of the heap in popularity and critical acclaim. His cartoonish yet skillfully precise drawing style is immediately recognizable no matter where they are featured.
Outside of comics he has recently done writing for the upcoming Trip Tank cartoon series from Comedy Central.
Among other critical acclaim his comic, Arsenic Lullaby, has been nominated for the industry's two highest awards, the Harvey Award and the Eisner Award for "Best Humor Publication". Arsenic Lullaby was recently translated into Greek and published overseas where it was promptly nominated for Europe's Comicdom Award. With biting satire, bizarre plots, and morbidly charming characters Douglas is one of the few who keeps fans interested as well as critics.
Brian Koschak is a professional comic book illustrator and writer out of Springfield, Missouri. Brian drew Narcoleptic Sunday for Oni Press and a handful of Star Wars comics for Dark Horse. He has self-published The Eavesdropper Cafe, which he wrote and drew, and continues to keep a variey of projects over the stove.