In his 2012 keynote address at The University of the Arts, the great Neil Gaiman shared many wise words. But of all those words, three simple ones resonate with us—“Make good art.” At BBMTY Studios, we strive to do just that. No compromises, no excuses.
We all started out working for a different small comic company. Once we discovered how well we all worked together, we felt that it was time to branch out on our own and work on more personal projects. Every project at BBMTY Studios is a true collaboration that every member of the team has a deep stake in.
Meet the Team
A writer, editor, game designer, police officer, and Air Force veteran with four kids, six cats and two dogs. He recently finished his BS in Game Design and Development with an Interactive Storytelling concentration, and now that he has free time…he has immediately gone back to working on comics again. Brad is also writing for a new MMORPG that’s in development.
Follow him on Twitter @Bradneedscoffee
An artist and designer that lives in South Carolina with his wife and their two "fur babies"--Harper the dog and Winston the rabbit. He has been doing freelance work for the past 5 years. He spends most of his spare time playing video games or role playing games.
Follow him on Twitter @designbackwards
You can find his other works here
Born and raised in Utah. Her favorite animals are cats and platypuses—"they’re so cute!" She enjoys reading, everything from novels and comics to fanfiction—"there’s some excellent work out there done by fans." When not reading, writing, or enjoying cartoons, she is usually roleplaying with friends.
A comics artist based in San Diego,CA with previous works from WP Comics LTD, a story in the Thrillvault anthology, the successful Kickstarter project The Chair and various webcomics. He’s currently working on BBMTY Studio's Espectro and a personal project Grimsthorne. When not drawing, he's usually thinking about drawing or working on music.
Either way you can find Tyrell easily on twitter: @deaverdrawings or check out more of his work here
Matt is an artist who grew up and currently lives in Austin, TX. After more than a decade doing commercial art, he decided to take the plunge and try to get into comics.
Matt’s influences include Frank Frazetta, John Byrne, Art Adams, Paul Smith, and Walt Simonson.
Follow him on Twitter @ShultsArt
Samples of his work can be seen here: mattshults.art