BIO: Kody Chamberlain (December 15, 1972) is an American writer and artist born in Thibodaux, Louisiana. He's been called one of the most versatile artists around and will often adapt stylistically to better serve the type of story being told. Many reviewers have taken notice: "Chamberlain’s understanding of the Noir visual technique is the best I have seen a comic"—Broken Frontier. "Kody Chamberlain’s art perfectly fits what my mind goes to when reading a vampire novel"—Newsarama. "Punks: the Comic is what would happen if Nextwavewas actually a Sunday night cartoon on Adult Swim"—Ain't It Cool News.
Chamberlain's artwork is a strong mix of analog and digital techniques and has been compared favorably to Frank Miller, Dave McKean, Michael Lark, Ben Templesmith, Jae Lee, Kent Willians, Alex Maleev, and Bill Sienkiewicz. He was the Featured Artist on MySpace.com in September of 2007 and was a guest artist at Macworld Expo 2008 and 2009 for the Axiotron Modbook pen tablet where he performed live art demonstrations for attendees. Chamberlain is also an accomplished concept artist for film and animation and has an extensive graphic design background.
Carreer highlights include 30 Days of Night: Bloodsucker Tales for IDW Publishing, newuniversal:1959 for Marvel Comics, Beowulf for HarperCollins, and Punks: The Comic with co-creator Joshua Fialkov which in 2007, Warren Ellis called "one of the singles of the year." Chamberlain is also the creator of The Foundation, a high concept tale preemptively optioned by Paramount Pictures for film development. Chamberlain is currently living in Lafayette, Louisiana, with his wife Kristie, two cats and a blind dog.