Nicola Scott is an Australian comic book artist working primarily in the American industry.
With a history in theatre and in costume design Nicola started pursuing a comics career in 2001 and by 2006 was the first Australian to become a staple of the U.S. mainstream.
She quickly became a fan-favourite working exclusively for DC Comics on iconic characters such as Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman and team titles “Birds Of Prey”, “Secret Six”, “Teen Titans” and New York Times Bestseller “Earth 2”.
2016 saw the launch of her critically acclaimed creator-owned Image Comics maxi-series ‘Black Magick’ and DC’s ‘Wonder Woman: Year One’ to celebrate the characters 75th anniversary, both in collaboration with writer Greg Rucka.
Also in 2016 Nicola partnered with DC Comics and The United Nations to create the key art for Wonder Woman’s Honorary Ambassadorship For Women and Girls.
She’s appeared in W Magazine, Vogue Australia, Frankie Magazine, written for The Guardian and guest judged on both Australian and U.S. reality shows. She’s given talks at Graphic Festival, ACAF, Araza Women Presents and gave a keynote at the 2018 Adobe Max Creative Conference.
She lives in the Blue Mountains with her husband and their cat.
Sas Milledge is an artist based in Naarm/Melbourne. She has done design, comic, and illustration work for DC Comics, Boom! Studios, Simon & Schuster, BlinkInk, and Passion Pictures amongst others. Her debut graphic novel, ‘Mamo’ was released in April 2022. She loves character driven stories and illustrating the boundaries between the human and natural world. You can find Sas on twitter and instagram @sasmilledge or hanging out in your local peat bog
Queenie Chan was born in Hong Kong, and migrated to Australia when she was six years old. Her first published work was ‘The Dreaming’, a mystery-horror series for LA-based manga publisher TOKYOPOP, which has since been translated into multiple languages. She then collaborated on several graphic novels with best-selling author Dean Koontz for his ‘Odd Thomas’ series, as well as with author Kylie Chan for ‘Small Shen’. After that, she worked on several anthologies, and completed a fairytale inspired fantasy series called ‘Fabled Kingdom’.She is currently studying a Masters of Research degree at Macquarie University, and creating a series of non-fiction children’s comics about historical queens. Please visit www.queeniechan.com for more information.
C.S. Pacat is the international best-selling author of the Captive Prince trilogy, and the GLAAD-nominated comic series Fence. Born in Australia and educated at the University of Melbourne, she has since lived in a number of cities, including Tokyo and Perugia. She currently resides and writes in Melbourne.
C.S. Pacat is appearing at Brazen Comics Festival for the morning only.