Shatner Singularity, publisher of William Shatner’s “WAR Chronicles” and the Chuck Jones Gallery in San Diego will premier art from two of Shatner Singularity‘s new titles, “Phazer Universe” with art by Mariano Nicieza and “A Daze Work” with art by Tim Walsh and story by Chris Robinson. Meet the artists on Saturday, July 23 at 11:30 AM during Comic Con International!
Phazer Universe- Mariano Nicieza
Mariano Nicieza is the creator, writer and artist of “Phazer Universe”, an action-adventure storyline which includes multi-national super-powered heroes and villains, Agent Three Zero, Blackray, Blue Sultan and Phazer.
He is an Executive Producer for William Shatner “WAR Chronicles” and Stan Lee’s “God Woke” and a publisher with credits that include writing, illustration, design, and art direction in: digital and print comic books, graphic novels, magazines, trading-cards, posters, brochures, and dozens of commercial projects for Marvel Entertainment, Disney, Malibu Publishing, Fleer, Paramount, and Panasonic.
Mariano has a BA in Art from Rutgers College, Rutgers University, a MA in Illustration from Syracuse University and a MFA in Illustration from Hartford University. He currently resides in New Jersey and is the Co-Owner of LNL Partners, Inc., and President of MN Productions, Inc.
A Daze Work is the creation of Tim Walsh, an award-winning graphic designer and lifelong Jersey Shore resident. Tim took his real-life summer experiences working on the boardwalk, and created a unique comic showcasing them. Writer Chris Robinson had similar experiences during his youth, and was happy to lend his creative style to the pages of A Daze Work. A comedian, improviser, and YouTuber, Chris has taken the imaginative world Tim created, and put his own brand of humorous insanity on each page.
A Daze Work follows the life of Finch and Barry, two guys flipping burgers and making pizza at The PLUS. The PLUS is a small boardwalk eatery in Pleasant Point, New Jersey. Finch, the main character, is someone you probably knew yourself growing up. An average Joe trying to find his place in the world, yet he always finds himself in the wrong place at the wrong time. Barry is Finch’s best friend. They’ve grown up together and even though they’re working a crummy summer job, they’re both looking for something more out of life. Will they find it? Will wacky customers and summer love derail their plans?