Eisner nominated comic book artist/writer Troy Little returns to Hal-Con!

Jul 21, 2022 | Hal-Con News, Featured

TROY LITTLE originated in Prince Edward Island, Canada. He left for a while, but then went back. He has three kids, two cats and the best wife in the world.

Troy spent years working in animation before shifting his focus full time to comics. He’s written and illustrated “The Powerpuff Girls”, “Rick & Morty VS Dungeons and Dragons” with Jim Zub, adapted Hunter S. Thompsons novel “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas”, Kevin Eastman’s “Radically Rearranged Ronin Ragdolls” as well as his own books, “Chiaroscuro” and the “Angora Napkin” series.

His most recent book, “Butterfly House” was a collaboration project with his wife, Brenda Hickey and published though their Pegamoose Press imprint. He’s also serializing his next graphic novel, “The Allusion of Life” on Patreon.

Troy has been thrice nominated for an Eisner Award as well as the Harvey, Ringo and Sequential Awards.