David Feaman recently relocated to Buffalo from Seattle. During his childhood in St. Louis, the work of artists like Jim Lee, Hal Foster, Will Eisner, and Jack Kirby epitomized the power and potential of comic art for him, fostering his own desire to tell stories. Today, he tells stories that challenge and explore the idea of super-heroics, in short comic and graphic novel form. He also uses his pen to create fine art prints. Currently, he is exploring what it means to be ‘human’ amongst goddesses and gods, monsters and demons, in the mythical world of Aza, in his burgeoning graphic novel, Ilya, the Hunter, Vol. I.