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Joan Cooke

Hello, I'm Joan Cooke, longtime lover and creator of comics.

Joan Cooke (who also goes by the alias Joan Comics) is a passionate artist. She has been interested in cartooning and comic books since she was a young child. Her early influences include Life is Hell by Matt Greoning and Mad Magazine. For the past 5 years, she has been the illustrator for PhD Unknown, on ongoing series about grad life, science, and the unknown. Joan is currently doing freelance illustration work and commissions out of her home in Baltimore, MD. You can find Joan Comics at your local comic book and nerd culture conventions! She is available to speak at panels and comic shops about her experience as a freelance comic book artist. Her wares include prints, originals, comic books, stickers, and more! If you see her table, stop by and say hello! Click here for one-of-a-kind art originals and prints! This exclusive interview with Alchemical Records Magazine helps take a look into the mind of the artist.

Joan Cooke's Background

Joan Cooke's Experience

Artist at PhD Unknown, Webcomic

May 2013 - Present |

Creating the visual component of the webcomic, including pencils, inking, and digital coloring, is my responsibility. Collaboration, marketing, networking, character design, and printing are also part of my efforts.

Freelance Illustrator at Self employed

2012 - Present | Maryland

Creating illustrations from sketches to a finished, usable product for the client. This includes but is not limited to logo design, character design, photo editing, portraits, car illustration, decorative art, flyers, album covers, and profile avatars.

Joan Cooke's Education

Savannah College of Art and Design

2009 – 2012

Bachelor of Fine Arts

Concentration: Sequential Art

Joan Cooke's Interests & Activities

Comic books, graphic novels, sketching, cartoons, anime, sci-fi and fantasy, inking, video games, and long walks.

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