Lora Innes

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Lora Innes was the series artist on IDW Publishing’s Wynonna Earp comic book adaptation of Syfy’s hit television show of the same name. After wrapping up the first graphic novel, Wynonna Earp: Homecoming, Lora remains a part of the Wynonna Earp creative team as the variant cover artist.

Lora is also both writer and illustrator of The Dreamer webcomic, a historical fantasy about a teen named Bea Whaley who begins having dreams about the American Revolution. Every night Bea’s dreams pick up right where they last left off, and soon she questions if these are just dreams… or if they’re something more. IDW's three published volumes of The Dreamer were nominated five times in the Harvey Awards.

Lora’s love of Colonial America has taken her career in unexpected directions. She appeared on AHC’s The American Revolution, a three-part documentary miniseries, talking about lesser known heroes of the Revolutionary War. She wrote two short stories for Fulcrum Publishing’s Colonial Comics Volume 2 anthology covering topics that overlap The Dreamer, the secret Harvard student body-snatching Spunker Club, and Nathan Hale’s teenage years at Yale.

Lora also co-hosted the Paper Wings Show, a podcast about elevating the craft of making independent comics.