Sean Frost – Co-founder of Hula Cat Comics
Sean wrote the series Johnny Public: Out of the Wilderness, Furry Widdle Bunny (based on his webcomic of the same name), and the Billy and Dr. Gravely comics Dope Fiends of the Zombie Cafe! and Wild Women of the Kitty-Kat Galaxy! for Hula Cat. His work has appeared in Clipheart Press’s Photocopied Hearts and WaRP Graphics’ New Blood line.
Wendi Strang-Frost – Co-founder of Hula Cat Comics
Wendi drew the series Johnny Public: Out of the Wilderness and colored Wild Women of the Kitty-Kat Galaxy! for Hula Cat. She did several issues of Wavedancers for WaRP Graphics. Wendi has also worked with Rafer Roberts on his projects, drawing some of Plastic Farm and coloring his art in District Comics.
Rafer Roberts – Founder of Plastic Farm Press
Rafer drew the Billy and Dr. Gravely comics Dope Fiends of the Zombie Cafe! and Wild Women of the Kitty-Kat Galaxy! for Hula Cat. He is most known for his primary focus, the inventive series Plastic Farm, but his work can be found in many collaborations such as the books District Comics and FUBAR: Empire of the Rising Dead.
Nate draws the series Furry Widdle Bunny for Hula Cat. His other publishers have included Vice Magazine (Tales of Colt 45), Three Rivers Press (I Saw You…), Paper Tiger Comix (WAR: The Human Cost), Nic-Fit Comics, and many more. He also ran Clipheart Press for a number of years, releasing the anthology comic Photocopied Hearts and his humor book That Poison Bunnie. Nate has also done design and illustration work for ABCNews.com, King of the Witches, Pabst Blue Ribbon brewing, Pangea Piercing, Vault of Midnight Comics, Paper Tiger Comix, CD Warehouse, Arbco Records, and many more. Nate loves eating Chinese food while watching gore films, and currently lives in Michigan with three mildly feral cats and a bunny.