Jen Hickman


Samuel Sattin and Jen Hickmans New Graphic Novel Buzzing For 2023

Samuel Sattin and Jen Hickman's New Graphic Novel, Buzzing, For 2023

Samuel Sattin and Jen Hickman created the comic book Bezkamp that came out last October from Lion Forge/Oni Press, a fantasy in a land where laws, land, rituals, and warriors are sacred but the written word is banished This week it was announced that they had both had another graphic novel on the way, Buzzing,[...]

Bezkamp: Samuel Sattin and Jen Hickman Launch New YA Graphic Novel at Lion Forge

Bezkamp: Samuel Sattin and Jen Hickman Launch New YA Graphic Novel at Lion Forge

Lion Forge has announced a new original graphic novel to be published under the Young Adult imprint, Roar, from Glint writer Samuel Sattin and artist Jen Hickman Bezkamp is set for a release in October, and is announced in conjunction with WonderCon this weekend While this new series pledges to be enjoyable for readers young[...]

Chris Sebela and Jen Hickman Launch Test at Vault Comics

Chris Sebela and Jen Hickman Launch Test at Vault Comics

Vault Comics has announced a new series by Chris Sebela and Jen Hickman for June, telling the story of a former Motley Crue bodyguard who went on to fall in love with a pro wrestling heiress only to have her kidnapped by his rival on their wedding day and married to him while drugged at a[...]

Spread Is Back For More With A Standalone Issue #12

Spread Is Back For More With A Standalone Issue #12

Writer Justin Jordan (Luther Strode) and special guest artist Jen Hickman (The Dead) will launch a special stand-alone issue in the ongoing horror series next month.Here’s what happened previously in Spread: A man named No found an orphaned baby named Hope Hope is the key to stopping The Spread—the gruesome cancerous growth of monsters that’s brought[...]

Is Boom Pushing #ComicsForward Taking A Look At Cluster Burning Fields And Feathers

Is Boom 'Pushing #ComicsForward'? Taking A Look At Cluster, Burning Fields And Feathers

His art feels influenced both by classic Disney animation, and German expressionist silent films.  Jen Hickman’s color work helps bring the settings and characters to vivid life, and Corona’s world will both capture the imagination of younger readers as well as be appreciated metaphorically for its commentary on the separate worlds of the haves and[...]