We are very proud to announce that comic artist Jimmy Broxton will be making an exclusive appearance at this year’s Expo. So if you want to meet this elusive creator, ICE 2015 is the only convention this year you’ll be able to do so.
Jimmy Broxton is a graphic artist and designer who started drawing comics professionally in 2011, his first published work was for DC comics in New York. Since then he has worked for Dark Horse, IDW, Paper Films and Madefire to name but a few.
His principal works include: The Engine, a digital comic series for game changing visionaries Madefire in California, Pornland for paper Films, teaming up with Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray.
Most recently he once again worked with Palmiotti and Gray on the best selling adaption of Hugh Howey’s Sci-fi blockbuster WOOL, published by Jet City Comics/Amazon in association with Cryptazpoic.
Broxton has been nominated for Hugo awards for the last two years running, for Saucer Country with Paul Cornell from DC/Vertigo, and for “The girl who loved Doctor Who” again with Paul Cornell from IDW.
He is currently working on the continuing adventures of the Engine (written by Guy Adams) for Madefire and developing several creator owned projects.