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Bryan Noko

(Founder of Inky Punk and Creator of Analog Farm)

Originally known as “Goulds”, this comic has been a passion project of mine for well over 5 years. Through that time the format of Analog Farm constantly changed, from originally being a comic, to the pilot of an animated tv show, to back to a comic. But one thing that never changed was making it a story about a boy named Mikey and his journey to develop in a world that no longer cannot. Really hope you guys enjoy the first issue, it took roughly around three years to make it happen, and through that time I developed a lot myself and hope to use my experiences making this first issue to make the second one happen a lot sooner. Until then Stay Tuned and never be afraid to Break Through your Shell.

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Kenron Toqueen

(Lead Artist of Analog Farm)

The Creator of “Tomatita” and “Nocta”, Chilean based artist Kenron Toqueen is the man responsible for bringing Analog Farm to life. I originally discovered Kenron through an indie comic he was working on a few years back called “Equis”, it was the main inspiration behind the color scheme we used for Analog Farm as well as Mikey’s character design. Kenron is truly a “one man army” being able to do jobs that would have required three other artist on his own for this entire first issue. It was a great experience working with him on this project, and seeing his art develop throughout production. Needless to say, there wouldn’t be an Analog Farm without Kenron Toqueen.