Geof drew comics for Marvel, DC, Broadway, Heroes Of The North and recently Kingstone starting in 1982. Major title runs include Dr. Strange, Suicide Squad, Conan the Barbarian, Conan The King, Namor and The ‘Nam. Geof has also worked on over 60 film and TV productions, including X-Men: DOFP and X-Men: Apocalypse. Geof now teaches in the Concept Art and Illustration program at Algonquin College.
Karibu is a freelance illustrator and comic/manga artist from Atlantic Canada. She debuted in 2011 with “Les Voyageurs de Houston”, a short story comic in an independent French BD Magazine called “Rocket Science” from Oniric Comics. In 2013, she illustrated a few short stories for a canadian comic anthology called “Heroes of the North”. Recently, Karibu self published her creator owned manga “Survivorland” . Currently, she is developing more chapters of her manga as well as other independent comic projects.
During his decade-long tenure at DC, in addition to writing and pencilling Adventures of Superman, Stuart illustrated the critically acclaimed miniseries Superman: Secret Identity. For Marvel, in addition to 2011’s Fear Itself event, he has drawn such high-profile series as Ultimate Spider-Man, The Mighty Thor, The Incredible Hulk, The Avengers and the cult favorite Nextwave: Agents of H.A.T.E. After joining forces with Mark Waid to inaugurate Marvel’s digital Infinite Comics line, in the Marvel NOW! era, Immonen launched All-New X-Men and All-New Captain America.
She has written stories for both DC and Marvel, but is best known for Journey into Mystery with Valerio Schiti and the sleeper hit miniseries Patsy Walker: Hellcat with David Lafuente with whom she will be reuniting for the 2013 Avengers Christmas Annual. She wrote the final arc of the fan-favourite series Runaways and the X-Men miniseries Pixie Strikes Back! both drawn by Sara Pichelli, Heralds, with Tonci Zonjic and the sell-out Wolverine and Jubilee limited series with Phil Noto. In 2011, she contributed to the canon for Captain America’s first love interest, French Resistance fighter Peggy Carter, in the one-shot Captain America and the First Thirteen and now returns to Agent Carter with the Operation S.I.N. miniseries.