Anna-Maria Jung (Art-direction, Story, Storyboards, Pencils, Colors) – Since Anna-Maria Jung was born in 1984 in Austria, fantastic stories have been a significant part of her life. She has produced various comics and illustrations for comic anthologies in Germany and Austria, published three stand-alone graphic novels and worked on four animated shorts, one of them in in New York City in cooperation with independent animator Bill Plympton. In 2009 she received the Fulbright scholarship and started studying a Master program in Illustration at FIT (Fashion Institute of Technology) in New York and graduated in 2011. She is currently living and working in Graz/Austria, producing illustrations for the editorial market, children’s books, graphic novels and apparel. An estimate of about 80 000 people own at least one of her designs on a shirt.
Her latest work included webcomics for dorkly.com, artwork for “50 years of Star Trek” for CBS, “Redshirts: Star Trek’s Little Book of Doom” for Insight Editions (2016), “The Most Dangerous Book: Archery” (2017) and „Turn This Book Into A Beehive“ (2017) for Workman Publishing, and Lootcrate. Visit her website at annamariajung.com
Rebekie Bennington (pencils, inks) – Rebekie Bennington was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and has been living in New York since 1998. She graduated from FIT in Illustration in 2015 and has worked for clients such as Burning Wheel, Dynamite Entertainment, Autodesk, Titmouse and Nickelodeon. She currently works as a fulltime storyboard artist at Nickelodeon.
Daniel Scribner (Story, Script) – Daniel Scribner has been writing and editing since he was conceived in 1979. Since then, he has produced six plays in NYC and the wilds of New Jersey, including Trivial Pursuits and The Spickner Spin. He has even won a few awards, including the Audience Favorite at the NYC Fringe Festival, and was a Spielberg Fellow for drama in 2000. His short stories are published in numerous literary journals and genre fiction magazines. The Pepper Chronicles is his first graphic novel, and it terrifies him.