Tana Ford

Tana Ford’s first book, DUCK! An Original Graphic Novel won the Queer Press Grant in 2010, while its sequel DUCK! Second Chances went on to be a finalist for the Lambda Literary Award. She completed the first (and only) Sean Murphy Apprenticeship Program, and was the main artist on Marvel’s Silk. Tana has done work on Gwenpool, Star Trek, Jem and the Holograms, Amazing Spider-Man, and VenomVerse. She has worked for WIRED magazine, Marvel, Vertigo, and iDW. Most recently she is teaming up with superstar writer Nnedi Okorafor to flex her artistic muscle in the Black Panther universe.