Steve Ellis – ‘High Moon’ wins Harvey Award


Baltimore, Oct 2009: Steve Ellis and David Gallaher the team that brought HIGH MOON to Zuda comics and won the first Zuda Comics competition, have won the coveted Harvey award for ‘Best Online Comic’ for 2009 just as the print version of the series hit stores this month in time for Halloween. The story and art have been described as ‘utterly engaging’ by the Washington Post and ‘a Civil War-themed fever dream about werewolves’ by Wired Magazine.

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Steve Ellis

A graduate of Syracuse University's School of Art, award-winning artist Steve Ellis began his career as a penciller for both Marvel and DC Comics, where he illustrated iconic titles such as Iron Man, Green Lantern, and Lobo, moving on to illustrate for Dungeons and Dragons, Magic: The Gathering, and Spectrum. Recently, along with author David Gallaher, Steve co-created the critically- acclaimed werewolf western webcomic, High Moon, for DC Comics' Zuda. Steve is honored to have contributed work to the most recent incarnation of Michael Moorcock's Elric series, drawing his influence from Gustav Dore, Joseph Clement Cole and Bernie Wrightson. Aside from hundreds of publications, Steve's painted work has hung in galleries alongside artists such as Shepard Fairy, Glenn Barr, Mitch O'Connell, Shag, Molly Crabapple, and others. After several years teaching illustration and drawing at the university he once attended, Steve has moved to Brooklyn, where he lives with his wife and son.

1 Response

  1. sarah jane says:

    what a great award! Fantastic detail…amazing!

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