Contributors

Seth “Daddy” Forester

Seth has been doing comics since the age of 7 when he first started sketching images of Heathcliff and Snoopy on the backs of the church handouts during church on Sundays.

As an adult, Seth realized being a comic artist wasn't going to pay the bills. He found design to be his way to mold society’s thoughts so he used the Academy of Art in San Francisco to give him the insight on how to sway simple minds into thinking his designs would make them better people.

Seth has been involved with roller derby since 2005 in both Sacramento, California and the Bay Area where derby is running rampant. He currently has a cool job making video games in the Bay Area making children (young and old) happy about mashing buttons and achieving nothing.

Seth’s comic sites are located at www.fiveofme.com and www.twominutesderby.com. Send him a message of praise and buy some shit.

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