I’ve uploaded the first of a series of videos highlighting creators involved in OXYMORON 2012. I kick off this series highlighting the work of Jason Ciaramella and Joe Mulvey. If you don’t know these names yet…trust me, you will soon enough!
Tyler James is a comics creator, game designer, educator, and publisher residing in Newburyport, MA. He is the writer and co-creator of THE RED TEN, a superhero murder mystery, EPIC, a superteen action comedy, and TEARS of the DRAGON, a swords and sorcery fantasy. Tyler is the publisher and co-creator of ComixTribe, which is both a new imprint of quality creator owned titles, and an online community where creators help creators make better comics.
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