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Joe Eisma
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Joe Eisma

Name

Joe Eisma

Title

Artist

Joe Eisma is a well respected comic book artist.

Along with Morning Glories, Joe also worked on Nick Spencer's book Existence 2.0/3.0. His first published work was A Dummy's Guide to Danger: Lost at Sea by Viper press in 2008[1]. Joe has also done varient covers for G.I. Joe Cobra and one full issue of Higher Earth.

He and Nick met on Brian Michael Bendis’ message board: Joe was posting his art and Nick saw it and sent him a pitch for Morning Glories in summer 2009[1].

He is primarily a self-taught artist with only 18 months of art school [1]. He has a degree in film from Baylor university[2] which he credits for the cinematic feel of his art. He then did a graduate degree in game development and now works in freelance game design [3].  He cites Adrian Alphona, Naoki Urasawa, and Frank Cho as artistic influences[4].

He lives in Wylie, Texas, with his wife and two sons[3]

Other WorksEdit

  • A Dummy’s Guide to Danger: Lost at Sea (Viper Comics)
  • “Dodge’s Bullets” short story in Dynamo 5 #18 (Image Comics)
  • OGN Serpo (Devil’s Due Publishing)
  • We, The People (Outlaw Entertainment)
  • The Super Life (Outlaw Entertainment)
  • Flash (DC Comics) (Upcoming)

Cameos of JoeEdit

Joe and his artist friends have this game where they have cameos of each other in their books:

 Additional ResourcesEdit

ReferencesEdit

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