Colleen Coover and Paul Tobin
Colleen Coover is a comic book artist and illustrator living in Portland, Oregon. She is the creator of the popular erotic comic Small Favors, and artist of the all-ages comedy Banana Sunday. She has worked for Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Dark Horse, Oni Press, Fantagraphics, and many others.
Colleen likes bunnies, cheese, romance novels, her iPad, mashed potatoes, giving her opinion on a variety of topics, console single-player RPGs, mustard, warm slippers, and Bollywood movies.
Colleen hates terriers, maraschino cherries, being asked to do basic math on short notice, reality television, artists' statements, black licorice, MMORPGs, cold feet, Nashville corporate country music, being embarrassed.
Paul Tobin is an oft-mustachioed writer living in Portland, Oregon. He has written for Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Dark Horse, Oni Press, Fantagraphics and many other clients. He is working on a pair of novels and also occasionally pens notes that he passes to young ladies with a certain type of eyes.
Paul likes storms, girls on bicycles, vintage clothing, girls that rub his head, burlesque, soccer, vaudevillian circuses, proper men's hats, dogs, the art of the Impressionists, and the Flapper era.
Paul hates public bathrooms, spicy foods, most popular music, trash on streets, poetry, modern art, boys that rub his head, and people whose kung-fu is better than his.
Reviews & Interviews
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"Complex and engaging... I found this graphic novel to be enthralling." -- Mark Frauenfelder, Boing Boing
"An engaging, breezy read... Gingerbread Girl captures the romance of being young and kooky in a hip city, while acknowledging that …
“The whole experience is delightfully cosy (Not a word I use often when describing pornography). They are such fully rounded characters, you get the very real impression that they love each other, that their sexual antics are borne out of affection as well as lust, and that even the most depraved …