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It’s better to burn out than to fade away… or is it? An aging rocker tries to convince a brash youth that the soft glow of life is better than a brief, white-hot legacy. Will the young rebel take the road less traveled, or is he determined to go down in a blaze of glory?
Writer James Maddox teams up with artist Emanuel Sotomayor for “To Fade Away,” inspired by Kurt Cobain and what might have been.
After completing critically acclaimed titles The Horror Show and Nightmare Unknown, Maddox has continued his comic career with stories like THE DEAD, Clown, SPF and Arkham Pulp. A versatile and prolific creator, Maddox has quickly found and impressed his audience. He is also one of the co-founders of the comic conventions Tricon Huntington, WV and Tricon Columbus, OH. He can be found online at www.jamesmaddox.net and @jamescmaddox on Twitter.
Hello! My name is Emanuel Sotomayor but most people know me as ‘Eman!’ I’m 29 years old (even though I look like I’m 17) and I’m from Miami, FL. I’ve been drawing ever since I could hold a pencil. I started my official comic book career with the indie company, Creature Entertainment. I’ve penciled two books for them and I’ll be starting the third soon. Aside from my comic book artist endeavors I also like to make pop culture-inspired shirt designs in my spare time. If you’d like to see any of my stuff follow my shenanigans on Facebook.com/Eman.Arts.
Born in Queens, NY, Y. Sanders was seven when her mother introduced her to the world of comics. She attended LaGuardia High School of Arts and later majored in illustration and graphic design at The School of Visual Arts. She continues to improve her talents at The Art Students League of New York. She won the Blue Dot Award for her short comic Possessed. She recently completed a historical digital comic about Sojourner Truth featured in UNESCO’s (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) Women in African History series. She has also worked on Single Serving with up and coming writer, Ellen Goodlett, featured in Amy Chu’s Girls’ Night Out: The Way Love Goes..