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Sunday, January 8, 2012

Eva Ink Artist Group Announces New Talent Joining the Group in 2012!--Calero, Meyers, Triano

A New Year brings exciting new updates for Eva Ink Artist Group!

In addition to setting up appearances, arranging sketches, and in some cases fielding assignments for:

Michael Golden
Mark Texeira
Rodney Ramos
Liam Sharp
Renee Witterstaetter
Joe Jusko

We have also just signed several established and wonderful talents, joining Eva Ink Artist Group this year:

Dennis Calero
Matt Triano
Ric Meyers

Eva Ink Artist Group specializes in sequential art needs (including penciling, inking, coloring and lettering) for comics and graphic novels, custom comics, script editing for comics and film, voiceovers, game design and other needs, toy design, product development, storyboards, and much more.

Our sister company, Eva Ink Publishing produces low run and collectible art books for various talent, art history retrospectives and bios, and also serves as a packager of sketchbooks for artists in all fields (inquire for details to: evaink@aol.com)

Be sure to check our soon to be updated website at: www.evainkatistgroup.com for more information on all of the above and all the possibilties therein.


Short Bios:

Dennis Calero is the award winning and internationally recognized artist of X-Men: Noir and Legion of Superheroes. He has also leant his talents to CCG Properties such as Magic andLegend of the Five Rings, as well as Dungeons & Dragons. His work includes X-Men Noir : Mark of Cain, X-Factor, 28 Days Later: The Aftermath, Cowboys and Aliens, Dark Tower, Fallen Angel, Hawkgirl, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Supergirl and the Legion of Superheroes, Magic The Gathering, Countdown to Final Crisis, Wolverine: First Class and JSA Classified. During his tenure on X-Factor the title was nominated for the Harvey Award for Best New Series (2006). Calero has also provided illustrations sporadically for role-playing games, beginning in 1996 for White Wolf. He has done interior artwork forDungeons & Dragons books for the Forgotten Realms setting, such as Silver Marches,Faiths and Pantheons, and Races of Faer?n. Calero also co-founded Atomic Paintbrush, one of the first computer-coloring companies working in the comic-book field.

Matt Triano has written and drawn comics for collections and anthologies by publishers such as Moonstone, DC and Atomic Press. He is also known for his storyboard work, motion comic work, and artwork for various ad agency projects developing custom comics for high profile clients. His art can currently be seen in works for Robin Hood Charities in New York, Moonstone (Captain Action), Zenescope (Grimm's Myths and Legends), The Discovery Channel and Marvel Trading cards (Marvel Characters), as well as a Batman story for the "DC Halloween Special."

Ric Meyers: Although declared the “Martial Art Movie Master” by Crash Cinema and “America’s leading Asian action expert” by the Boston Globe, Ric Meyers is a true media maven, having been “Special Media Consultant” for Sony, DreamWorks, Columbia, Tristar, Emperor Movie Group, and Celestial Pictures, as well as ABC, CBS, A&E, Discovery, Bravo, Nickelodeon, and Starz Encore networks. He wrote the first Incredible Hulk novel for Pocket Books, as well as Dirty Harry and Ninja Master novels for Warner Books, two science fiction novels for Questar, three horror novels for Dell Books, and the last Dungeons and Dragons novel for TSR prior to their Wizards of the West Coast buy-out, among others.

His non-fiction include award-winning books on TV detectives, science-fiction and fantasy films, exploitation films, and, of course, his famed volumes on martial art and kung fu films. In addition, he has presented films shows and seminars on breaking into the business, creative writing, living, and thinking to audiences as large as five thousand at conventions and colleges throughout the world.

He is the author of at least two dozen books of both fiction and nonfiction under variations of his name, as well as several pseudonyms, such as Dane Hartman and Wade Barker. His most successful and popular include Doomstar, Fear Itself, Murder in Halruua, TV Detectives, For One Week Only: The World of Exploitation Films, and contributions to The Destroyer, Dirty Harry, and Ninja Master paperback series. Periodicals he has contributed to such publications as Starlog, Famous Monsters of Filmland, The Armchair Detective, and DirectTV The Guide,
as well as contributing to the 60th anniversary issue of Detective Comics.

For more information on booking any of the talent above for assignments, conventions or interviews, please contact Renee at: evaink@aol.com

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