Alan Moore

Alan Moore is widely regarded as the best and most influential writer in the history of comics.

He lives in Northampton, England.

Mitch Jenkins

Mitch Jenkins is a photographer and director who spends too much time drinking tea with his long term collaborator Alan Moore. The two of them are founding partners of Orphans of the Storm. He resides in Northampton with his wife and their four children.

Pete Coogan

Pete Coogan is a long time film/TV/web producer having worked for many years with the Jim Henson Company throughout the world and more recently in his own company Baker Coogan Productions. He produced the 3 short films “The Show Pieces” written by Alan and directed by Mitch and is a director of Orphans of the Storm. Oh, and he has family in Northampton and 3 boys!

Leah Moore

Leah Moore lives in Liverpool with her husband and writing partner John Reppion. Working together since 2003, they have written two Sherlock Holmes comic book mysteries – The Trial of Sherlock Holmes ( Dynamite 2009), and Sherlock Holmes – The Liverpool Demon (Dynamite 2013), they adapted Bram Stoker’s Dracula into a Graphic Novel, wrote Doctor Who-The Whispering Gallery for IDW and created the innovative Channel 4 Education web-series The Thrill Electric. They have two forthcoming series in 2000 AD and three small boys.

Alison Gazzard

Alison Gazzard, PhD., is Lecturer in Media Arts and researcher at the London Knowledge Lab, Institute of Education, University of London. She has published widely on a range of ideas about game play, game design, interactive media technologies and histories of games in journals such as Game Studies, Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies and Games and Culture. Her book Mazes in Videogames was published by McFarland in 2013.

Daniel Merlin Goodbrey

Daniel Merlin Goodbrey is a senior lecturer in Interaction Design at The University of Hertfordshire in England. A prolific and innovative comic creator, Goodbrey has gained international recognition as a leading expert in the field of experimental digital comics. His hypercomic work received the International Clickburg Webcomic Award in Holland in 2006 while his work in print was awarded with the Isotope Award for Excellence In Comics in San Francisco in 2005. His smartphone app, A Duck Has An Adventure was shortlisted in the 2012 New Media Writing Prize. His comics can be read online at

Martin Higham

Martin Higham, a co-founder of Ocasta Studios, makes software and has done so for more years than he has fingers and toes. He has a keen interest in story telling in its many forms.

Ed Moore

Ed Moore is a founder of Ocasta Studios and manages new projects for the team. He’s worked in mobile services ever since it began and reads comics for pleasure.

Ben Collier

As the co-founder of Ocasta Studios, Ben’s key duty is buying coffee beans to keep the Brighton team on track. This is his first time with comic books so Ben is hoping to give an outsider perspective that can get new readers excited about Electricomics!

Steve Liddell

The fourth co-founder, creative director and chief tea drinker at Ocasta Studios. Steve expertly crafts pixels with one hand whilst dunking biscuits with the other.

Sean Gannon

Designer and comic fanatic. Sean’s love for comics shines through in the app and he is also working on his very own comic too.

Giulia Alfonsi

The undeniable superhero, javascript and html guru that makes the comics and generator tick.

Tendai Moffatt

The iOS whizzkid who has helped deliver the comics to you in a slick and easy manner.

Will Oates

Master of Zen, keeping the Ocasta team synchronised with his excellent organisational project management skills.

John Reppion

John Reppion lives in Liverpool with his wife and writing partner Leah Moore. Working together since 2003, they have written two Sherlock Holmes comic book mysteries – The Trial of Sherlock Holmes ( Dynamite 2009), and Sherlock Holmes – The Liverpool Demon (Dynamite 2013), they adapted Bram Stoker’s Dracula into a Graphic Novel, wrote Doctor Who-The Whispering Gallery for IDW and created the innovative Channel 4 Education web-series The Thrill Electric. They have two forthcoming series in 2000 AD and three small boys.

Todd Klein

Todd Klein has been designing logos and lettering comics since 1977, including many by Alan Moore. He’s won sixteen Eisner Awards, eight Harvey Awards and two Eagle Awards for best lettering. He’s perhaps best known for lettering Neil Gaiman’s THE SANDMAN, Bill Willingham’s FABLES and the entire America’s Best Comics line from Alan Moore. He lives in southern New Jersey with his wife and a variety of cats. More at and

Jose Villarrubia

Harvey Award winning artist José Villarrubia is the chair of the Illustration Department of the Maryland Institute College of Art. He has also been nominated for the Eisner Award twice and regularly works for all the major American comic publishers (Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Dark Horse Publishing) as a colourist. His fine art photography has been shown internationally in over 100 exhibitions and is in the collections of the Baltimore Museum of Art and the Inter-American Development Bank. As an illustrator he is best known for his collaborations with Alan Moore: Promethea, Voice of the Fire and The Mirror of Love.

Nicola Scott

Nicola Scott grew up in Sydney, Australia, on a robust diet of British and American pop culture where her fetish for people with amazing abilities and crazy cosmic contexts germinated. Coming from an artistic family, there was rarely a time when she didn’t have a pencil or paint brush in her hand so drawing her favourite heroes was a daily routine. Nicola started pursuing a comics career in 2002 and has worked for Dark Horse, Top Cow, Image and IDW. Since 2006 Nicola has been working exclusively for DC Comics on monthly titles “Birds Of Prey”, “Secret Six”, “Wonder Woman”, “Teen Titans”, “Superman” and “Earth 2”.

Garth Ennis

Garth Ennis has been writing comics for twenty-five years. His credits include his own titles Preacher, Crossed, Rover Red Charlie, The Boys and Red Team; and successful runs on The Punisher and Fury for Marvel Comics. Originally from Belfast, Northern Ireland, Ennis now lives in New York City with his wife Ruth.

Simon Bowland

Simon Bowland has been lettering comics for over ten years now, with a client list including Marvel, Image, Dynamite, 2000AD, and Dark Horse. He currently lives near Manchester, England, and can be found online via Twitter @SimonBowland.

Erica Schultz

Erica Schultz is a writer of multiple tie-ins on the Swords of Sorrow crossover series at Dynamite Comics, as well as ABC and Marvel’s Revenge: The Secret Origin of Emily Thorne. She is best known for her creator owned book, M3 (, with artist Vicente Alcazar and The Unauthorized Biography of Winston Churchill: A Documentary with artist Claire Connelly.

Frank Victoria

Frank Victoria is a concept artist and author of graphic novels with twenty years’ experience working in the entertainment and publishing industries.
His first graphic novel series, “Kilt le Picte”, was published in 1998-2000 by Editions Delcourt, and he has participated on production design for such films as “The Adventures of Tintin”, “The Hobbit”, and “Thor, The Dark World”. He also works as an illustrator for fantasy and science fiction books, and has designed elements for projects as diverse as a decorative scheme for a children’s hospital and a medical rescue airplane.
Frank employs a wide range of styles in his work from photorealism to painterly illustration and manga cartoon. While he uses Adobe Photoshop extensively for film concept design, he also likes to work with traditional pen and ink, acrylics and oils. He now divides his time between freelance artistic projects and teaching concept art at the University of Hertfordshire.

Paul Davidson

Paul Davidson is an illustrator and comic book artist from the North East of England. A professional artist for over 25 years working for publishers around the world. After a brief stint working in comics in the 90’s Paul spent 9 years as a storyboard/concept artist in the video games industry. In 2008 Marvel lured him back into the world of sequential art…….been happy ever since, working for Marvel and 2000AD also exciting new projects like Electricomics. Long may it continue!

Andy Bloor

Graphic designer by day, frustrated amateur doodler by night or weekends or whenever he find the time. Artist and co-creator of the acclaimed Midnight Man with writer Mo Ali, artist and co-creator of The Wolfmen books (published by Accent UK) with Dave West. Currently working on a sequel to Midnight Man plus a project with The Red Mask From Mars creator, Vince Hunt. Dad to twin boys which would explain the lack of time, and sleep!

Colleen Doran

Colleen is the artist for a new Neil Gaiman graphic novel from Dark Horse, Stan Lee’s autobiography Amazing, Fantastic, Incredible Stan Lee, and an upcoming project with Matt Hawkins at Top Cow/Image. She is also the artist for an upcoming DC Comics project, and covers for The Walking Dead and Marvel:Agents of Shield.

Colleen Doran’s recent works also include The Vampire Diaries as writer and artist for DC, as well as art for Red Sonja, and the award-winning graphic novels Mangaman and Gone to Amerikay.

Colleen Doran hundreds of credits also include work for Lucasfilm, Random House, Scholastic, Houghton Mifflin, Simon and Schuster, and Disney. She has illustrated Amazing Spider-Man, The Teen Titans, Wonder Woman, Captain America, Superman, Sandman, and she is the sole creator of the graphic novel series A Distant Soil for Image Comics.