Official Press Release
Atlanta, GA, 3/10/2006 – Gaijin Studios, the Atlanta-based creative home of
artists Cully Hamner (BLUE BEETLE, DOWN), Brian Stelfreeze (MATADOR, GUN
CANDY), and Karl Story (THE AMERICAN WAY, TOM STRONG), now has a spiffy, new
website for its 15th anniversary.
Gaijin has long been a staple of the comic book industry. Now, fans can go
to www.gaijinstudios.com to find out more about the studio, read the latest
studio news, and check out a LARGE gallery section. There’s also a portal
to the Gaijin Studios Message Forum, now in its fourth rollicking year. The
site itself, long-clamored for by fans, was designed by Alex Ogle at
Tubatomic Studio, with input from the Gai’s.
“I don’t like to think of it as taking a long time, so much as the Internet
finally maturing enough to handle us,” said Stelfreeze, from his summer home
in the Alps. Hamner, reached on the set of his new project, BLUE BEETLE,
added,” It’s taken a while, sure… depending on your point of view. We
Gaijinners don’t experience time the way that normal humans do.”
“Leave me alone, man, I’m tryin’ to work,” commented Story, straining to be
heard above the clamor of his desk-chains.
Gaijin Studios is one of the longest-running studios of its kind in the
United States, having been in continuous operation since 1991. The initial
group consisted of Brian Stelfreeze, Stine Walsh, Adam Hughes, Cully Hamner,
Jason Pearson, Dave Johnson, Tony Harris, Karl Story, and Joe Phillips; at
various times in its history, its roster has also included Jason Martin,
Rick Mays, Georges Jeanty, and Kelsey Shannon. It has long been considered
by many to be a training ground for some of comics’ most prominent talents.
Its current members are Brian Stelfreeze, Cully Hamner, and Karl Story.
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