christophermills Chris is a freelance writer, editor and graphic artist with over two decades of experience in the publishing industry, working primarily for newspapers and comic book publishers. A professional writer since 1990, he has scripted numerous independent comic books in a variety of genres, including Leonard Nimoy’s Primortals, Shadow House, The Night Driver, Kolchak the Night Stalker, the Spinetingler Award-winning Femme Noir, and the critically-acclaimed crime thriller, Gravedigger: The Scavengers.

He has also authored a handful of published short stories, including contributions to Moonstone Books’ The Spider Chronicles, The Captain Midnight Chronicles and Werewolves, Dead Moon Rising. He currently maintains several blogs and websites, including the popular 1970’s sci-fi nostalgia blog, Space: 1970 and the DVD Late Show review site.

His taste in entertainment clearly peaked when he was about 15, which certainly explains his embarrassing obsession with James Bond, hardboiled crime fiction, comic books, paperback pulps, space opera, Universal/Hammer/Toho Monsters, sword & sorcery sagas, old genre TV shows and vintage B-movies.



genegonzales Gene is an illustrator living in Florida. He works in both digital and traditional mediums creating artwork for business training, graphic facilitation, primary, secondary and higher education text books, comic books, movies, and licensing.

He has done comic work for DC Comics, Image Comics, Gemstone and others. He’s also worked on a number of projects for DC Licensing for comics, movies and animation properties. Gene wrote and illustrated Tales of The Cherokee, a collection of myths and legends told in comic book form, and with writer Will Allred, created Diary of Night, a four issue comic series.

2013 marked the end of a daily art blog started five years earlier. The blog has since gone to weekly posts updated every Thursday.



Jon Plante, original artist of the first version of Perils On Planet X.

Perils On Planet X logo and custom fonts by Nate Piekos of Blambot.