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Austin McKinley

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Austin McKinley (born December 23, 1976) is an American comic book artist, filmmaker, author and video game designer best known for his work on the documentary film The New 8-bit Heroes.


In 2004 McKinley joined Blue King Studios to color City of Heroes Issues 5-12. In 2005 he also colored Alias Enterprises' The Legend of Isis[1] and Frank Miller's Robocop from Avatar Press[2]

McKinley's work has been published by Image Shadowline and Devil’s Due / First Comics as part of author Dirk Manning's Nightmare World and Tales of Mr. Rhee series. He contributed a weekly cartoon Squareasota to his local newspaper, the Sarasota Herald-Tribune, from 2007 to 2013.[3]

In 2007 McKinley began working in video production in addition to comics, and directed his first short film The Last Word, which premiered at the Sarasota Film Festival the next year.[4] He was the 2011 Grand Prize Winner of the TVMe competition for television development.[5] In 2014, McKinley joined a game/documentary project, The New 8 bit Heroes with director Joe Granato, on which he served as producer, cinematographer, and lead artist and subject[6]. The project has so far yielded two video games and a film which won Best Gaming Film (Origins Film Festival)[7] Best Documentary (Gen Con Film Festival) and Best Feature (Southern Fried Film Festival) in 2017[8]


Devil's Due/First Comics[edit]

  • Tales of Mr. Rhee Vol. 3, Those Who Fight Monsters #3 (artist) 2016 ISBN 978-1618551542 Search this book on .
  • Nightmare World Vol 4: The Mourning After “Trust Your Mechanic” (penciller) 2017: 46-54. ISBN 1618551248 Search this book on .

Flying Car Books[edit]


Source Point Press[edit]

  • Buried Not Dead “We Who Are Not As Others” (artist) 2020
  • Butts in Seats: The Tony Schiavone Story “Chapter 9: Becoming Elite” (artist) 2021
  • Tales of Mr. Rhee Vol. 5: Rockstar Paranoia (artist) 2021


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