R. Lansdale has written over 200 short stories and over 20 novels as well
as editing several anthologies in the suspense, horror, and western genres.
He is often credited (along with artist Timothy Truman) with returning the
beleaguered Western back to comics with his vision of Jonah Hex. Lansdale
scripted six episodes of Batman: The Animated Series. He is the recipient
of many awards including the Edgar Allan Poe Award, the British Fantasy Award,
American Mystery Award and six Bram Stoker Awards. Lansdale lives in East
Texas with his wife, daughter, and German shepherd.
Doug Potter has been a professional illustrator for over twenty-five
years. In the past he created the Harvey nominated Denizens of Deep City,
Chips-N-Vanilla, and Messozoic. Potter's shorter work appeared
in several venues such as Weird Business, Death Rattle, The
Wild West Show, and The Big Bigfoot Book. Currently, his illustration
work can be seen regularly in The Austin Chronicle. Potter lives in
West Texas with his partner Lynne and her cat.
Rick Klaw's previous comic writings have appeared in Gangland,
Weird Business, JAB, Atomic Chili, and The Big Book
of The Weird, Wild West. Currently he contributes a regular column for
SFSite and is a
frequent writer for RevolutionSF. Klaw lives in Central Texas with
his wife and her cat.
Story copyright © Joe R. Lansdale. Adaptation copyright © Joe R. Lansdale, Doug Potter & Rick Klaw.