Steven Philip Jones is a writer, reviewer and editor. His most recent books include The Clive Cussler Adventures: A Critical Review and Comics Writing: Communicating with Comics. His comics credits include adaptations of the film Re-Animator and Bram Stoker's novel Dracula, and the original series Nightlinger and Street Heroes. Jones is also co-creator with Barb Jacobs of the award-nominated fantasy series Talismen. Christopher Jones has been drawing comics for publishers like DC and Marvel for over twenty years, and his credits include Parallel Man, Batman '66, Young Justice, The Batman Strikes! and an adaptation of the 1985 film Re-Animator. Chris is also a co-founder of the annual CONvergence convention in Minneapolis and creator of its popular mascot Connie. H. P. Lovecraft is often cited as one of the three titans of American horror along with Edgar Allan Poe and Stephen King. His fiction continues to influence horror and fantasy writers while creations like Cthulhu, the Necronomicon and Herbert West have become horror icons.