Sinkhole Press
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Paradigm Drift is a comics collection of nine stories and one essay, all written by Andrew Scott (Naked Summer: Stories), with art by a dynamic team of international creators from the United States, Spain, Norway, and Mexico.



ANDREW SCOTT is the author of Naked Summer: Stories, which was named a Notable Collection by the Story Prize and spent a few weeks near the top of Amazon’s sales chart for story collections, ahead of books by Stephen King and other luminaries. Paradigm Drift is his first serious foray into writing comics, and he actively seeks new opportunities to create stories in this medium. He lives in Indianapolis with his wife and sons in a not-so-little pink house.


ADRIAN BONE is a Spanish artist who has become known for works such as Tom Sawyer, Trailer Park Boys, and his covers for AREA 51: The Helix Project, as well as for his sought-after commissions. As a kid, he made his own comic books for friends, but stopped drawing for a time in order to tell stories with songs as a singer/musician. He considers himself a storyteller, no matter the medium.

JACOB EDGAR is a graduate of the Savannah College of Art & Design. His work has been published by DC Comics, Dark Horse, Metal Hurlant, IDW, and Dynamite. With Nate Cosby, he co-created Fantastic Bandits, and he is at work on a new book with Brian Michael Bendis for the Jinxworld line at Dark Horse.

EDUARDO HERRERA is a graduate of the Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art. He lives in Indiana and is at work on a creator-owned project.

HÅVARD S. JOHANSEN is the critically acclaimed author of STOP. REC. FFWD and Stumtjener. He co-wrote the screenplay for Troll Hunter and created various visual elements in the film, including the creature designs. Some of his most recent work includes Trolljegeren and a short biographical comic in an anthology about Willie Nelson for NBM. He lives in Norway.

ANDREW KRAHNKE is an illustrator and comic book artist from northern Michigan currently living on Long Island. He is a graduate of The Joe Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphic Art and has been a full-time illustrator ever since. His work includes the motorcycle sci-fi webcomic The Outrunners, and he recently completed the second story arc for Tartarus from Image Comics. His most recent work is a self-published tale of hunger and stupidity, Bloodrik.

PETER KRAUSE has produced comics for three decades, including various Superman titles and The Power of Shazam! for DC Comics, as well as Irredeemable, Insufferable, Daredevil: Road Warrior, Archie 1941, and The Millionaires’ Magician. His most recent work includes Dragonfly and Dragonflyman, Blacking Out, We Only Kill Each Other, and My Bad.

ARMANDO M. ZANKER came to be shortly before Blade Runner was released and started drawing shortly after The Goonies, eventually making his way to illustration, animation, and his greatest love, comic books. After a slew of indie graphic novels, life circumstances mandated a long drawing hiatus. Paradigm Drift marks a much-delayed return to his favorite medium, along with graphic novels and mini-series like Chrono-Cat, Demon & Co., and The Wondrous World. He lives in Mexico.

Letterers & Designers

ANDWORLD DESIGN offers a range of services including logo design, font creation, page layout, graphic design, and more. Their clients include Marvel, DC, Amazon, IDW, Boom!, and other publishers in the industry.

TOM NAPOLITANO has lettered for DC Comics, Lion Forge, Vault, Humanoids, and Best Jackett Press. Recent titles he has worked on include We Have Demons, The Joker, Catwoman, Dark Nights: Death Metal, Infinite Frontier, Batman: Last Knight on Earth, and others.

RUS WOOTON is best known for lettering The Walking Dead, Invincible, Monstress, Deadly Class, East of West, Fantastic Four, X-Men, and many other titles for Image, Marvel, Dark Horse, and other publishers. He is an artist, writer, designer, and filmmaker who lives in downtown Los Angeles.

  • This purchase is for the digital edition of this title (PDF).

  • Size
    173 MB
  • Length
    52 pages
  • This purchase is for the digital edition of this title (PDF).
  • Size173 MB
  • Length52 pages


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