Ethan Nicolle

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Ethan Nicolle
EthanNicolleJune2011.jpg
Nicolle in June 2011
Born Ethan Nicolle
Pen name Eef
Occupation artist, illustrator, writer
Nationality American
Period 1995–
Genre Comic books
Notable works Chumble Spuzz
Axe Cop
Website
ethannicolle.com

Ethan Nicolle is an American comic book creator, artist, and writer. He created the Slave Labor Graphics comic Chumble Spuzz which has been released as two graphic novels so far. He also worked with his younger brother, Malachai, to create Axe Cop.

Biography[edit]

During the spring of 1995, Nicolle started his comics career as the staff cartoonist on The Barker at North Bend High School in North Bend, Oregon.

Recently, Ethan Nicolle was honored as the special guest Alternative Press Expo in San Francisco on November 1, 2008.[1]

Ethan Nicolle was also the bass player and lead singer for the now defunct band Lunaractive. After releasing two EPs, Intergalactic Samurai and Synthesis, and one album, Today for Tomorrow, the band broke up in 2007 and Ethan has since been doing comics full-time.

His latest endeavor, Bearmageddon, can be found at www.bearmageddon.com

Bibliography[edit]

Comics work includes:

  • Bearmageddon (web comic) [2] (2011)
  • Axe Cop: Vol. 2 Bad Guy Earth (2011)
  • Axe Cop: Volume 1 (2011)
  • Jesus Christ: In the Name of the Gun (2008) [3]
  • Eef's Sketch Book (2008)
  • Sumo Poop: A Collection of Horrible Cartoons (2008)
  • Chumble Spuzz: Kill the Devil (2008)
  • Chumble Spuzz Volume 2: Pigeon Man and Death Sings the Blues (2008)
  • Lunaractive: Code of the Juggernaut (an abandoned project that has only been displayed as a part of Ethan Nicolle's official Blog) (2007)
  • Puppet Terrors (with Jesse Wroblewski) [4] (2005)
  • The Weevil (2006)
  • Creep (2003) (written by Brinton Williams) (Conspiracy Productions)
  • Eef: A Cartoon Collection (2003)
  • Check Your Shoes: A Cartoon Collection (2001)
  • The Cloacal Collection: A Cartoon Collection (2000)
  • The Hall #2 (1997)
  • The Hall #1 (1997)
  • Various issues of The Barker (1995–98)
  • The Drug Busters (1991)

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