John Kratky - Writer
Whether the stories were coming from comics, movies, novels, or his friend's mouths, John has always loved them. He had always loved writing as well, but never really found a solid form to present his ideas in until he discovered webcomics. When everything else seems so out of grasp, webcomics were something he could create and publish himself as long as he had artists to work with. On a personal level, webcomics are about the individual effort put into them. They can succeed, fail, or in most cases just drift along all dependent on how much the creator believes in his work.
Starting back in 2006 with Coffee Time and Across the Way, he and his friend and creative partner Tobias returned in 2013 with Tales of Hammerfist, and now in 2014 he brings you The Black Wall and Ham-Fisted Tales. John lives in Reno, Nevada with his beautiful wife Jessica and their cat Stinky
Cristian Baez - Pencils/Inks
Cristian was born in Goya Ctes, Argentina. He studied for his art major in Corrientes, then tempted to the Jorge Lucas and David Veloso workshops. Cristian has won painting awards and an international art contest held by Wivern Digital ( London/Berlin).
Juan Fleites - Colors
Formed his love of comics during childhood with awesome comics such as Metal Hurtlant (aka Heavy Metal), Blueberry, and more. He’s worked in thecomic and animation industry for 12 years. He loves collaborating on projects and creating new graphics for compelling stories. Juan loves Grindhouse Movies, Pulp Comics and Louise Brooks!
You can find Juan's portfolio on Facebook.
Eduardo Camacho - Letterer
He enjoys creating in almost any creative medium he's able to. Originally an architect of sounds, he now helps to tell stories through the lettering of comics. His abilities also extend to typography and type design, and he is always learning different aspects of design to better his work. In addition to working on the three stories for Coffee Time Comics, his other eclectic lettering projects include a TMNT Fan Short, Koralovski, and the funded kickstarter Liberty: Deception.
Eduardo took over lettering on The Goblet At The Black Oak from page 34 to 49.