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Author-Artist-Comic Creator-Novelist

R.J. Huneke

R.J. founded POWkabam Comics to help usher in a source of reviews and discussions on sequential art that was done by artists themselves.

At age nineteen, R.J. Huneke traveled across the country from New York to California in a dilapidated van with no brakes or heat . . . in the winter. And it was there that he began to write his first novel.

He graduated cum laude from Stony Brook University, with a B.A. for English with honors. He now lives just outside of his birthplace of Long Island, New York.

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The world started to become clear for R.J. at the age of four, when a reprint of Amazing Spider-man #1, found in a cereal box, introduced R.J. to reading, to art, and to drawing. Writing and drawing comic books quickly became a favorite pastime, and writing would never leave him from that point on.


R.J. continues to master his craft in the fiction, photography, film, comic, non-fiction, poetry, and art forms. R.J. has edited graphic novels and is an avid reader and novelist. A former columnist for Newsday, he continues to write regular columns about technology, robotics, books, and popular culture. His publications to date, both online and in print, include work for Gadizmo, New York Wine Events, My Consumer Electronics, SciFiNow, The Apple Gazette, Examiner.com, and many more.

Some of his upcoming creative projects involve graphic novels, children’s books, comic books, film, and more new novels!

About Us

Author-Artist-Comic Creator-Novelist

R.J. Huneke

At age nineteen, R.J. Huneke traveled across the country from New York to California in a dilapidated van with no brakes or heat . . . in the winter. And it was there that he began to write his first novel.

He graduated cum laude from Stony Brook University, with a B.A. for English with honors. He now lives just outside of his birthplace of Long Island, New York.

Want more background info, Eager Readers?

The world started to become clear for R.J. at the age of four, when a reprint of Amazing Spider-man #1, found in a cereal box, introduced R.J. to reading, to art, and to drawing. Writing and drawing comic books quickly became a favorite pastime, and writing would never leave him from that point on.

R.J. founded POWkabam Comics to help usher in a source of reviews and discussions on sequential art that was done by artists themselves.

R.J. continues to master his craft in the fiction, photography, film, comic, non-fiction, poetry, and art forms. R.J. has edited graphic novels and is an avid reader and novelist. A former columnist for Newsday, he continues to write regular columns about technology, robotics, books, and popular culture. His publications to date, both online and in print, include work for Gadizmo, New York Wine Events, My Consumer Electronics, SciFiNow, The Apple Gazette, Examiner.com, and many more.

Some of his upcoming creative projects involve graphic novels, children’s books, comic books, film, and more new novels!

Illustrator-Artist-Comic Creator-Writer

Elizabeth Yoo

I am a freelance illustrator and writer living in New York.

As a writer of fiction and poetry, I am influenced by hard-boiled American detective novels, film noir, gangster films, Beat poetry, Greek/Roman mythology, and bebop.

I graduated from Stony Brook University with a B.A. in English and a B.A. in Cinema Studies.

I’m currently helping Academy Award-nominated director Immy Humes on a Shirley Clarke documentary in Brooklyn. I’m the Social Media Manager, writer and editor at Rune Works Productions, an entertainment agency for artists, run by artists. I also write for Edible magazine.

Illustrator-Artist-Comic Creator-Writer

Elizabeth Yoo

I am a freelance illustrator and writer living in New York.

As a writer of fiction and poetry, I am influenced by hard-boiled American detective novels, film noir, gangster films, Beat poetry, Greek/Roman mythology, and bebop.

I graduated from Stony Brook University with a B.A. in English and a B.A. in Cinema Studies.

I’m currently helping Academy Award-nominated director Immy Humes on a Shirley Clarke documentary in Brooklyn. I’m the Social Media Manager, writer and editor at Rune Works Productions, an entertainment agency for artists, run by artists. I also write for Edible magazine.

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