Christopher Shy

Christopher Shy
Christopher
Shy

Writer/artist, Soul Stealer, Dead Space graphic novels

Christopher Shy is the artist or author of 16 graphic novels. He formed Studio Ronin in 1996 and emerged as one of the leading figures of this early movement of digital painters. He went on to co-found Ronin Arts, Artemis Publishing, and Black Watch Comics, with Michael Easton. Under his direction, Studio Ronin branched into visual design and completed work on a dozen feature films. In 2005 Christopher started the graphic novel Soul Stealer with Michael Easton. This trilogy took five years to complete and was published with critical acclaimed. For his latest graphic novel, Christopher Shy traveled to Alert Bay in British Columbia to research The North End of the World, a fictionalized account of Edward Curtis, written by Dave Hunsaker.