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Ted Naifeh

Naifeh in Paris, February 2007

Edward "Ted" Naifeh (born June 20, 1971) is an American comic book writer and artist known for his illustrations in the goth romance} comic Gloomcookie.[1] Naifeh has since become most known as the creator of the Eisner-Award-nominated series Courtney Crumrin, published by Oni Press.[2]

Other works by Naifeh include How Loathsome, which he co-created with Tristan Crane; the comic adaptation of the PSP game Death, Jr. (written by Gary Whitta); three issues of the comic adaptation of Gene Wolfe's The Shadow of the Torturer, Seven Seas Entertainment's Unearthly; and the Oni Press series Polly and the Pirates. Naifeh also provided illustrations for Caitlín R. Kiernan's short-fiction collection, Alabaster.[3] Ted is currently illustrating Good Neighbors, a trilogy of graphic novels written by Holly Black and published through Scholastic.[4]

Naifeh has illustrated cards for the Magic: The Gathering collectible card game.[5]


  1. ^ How Loathsome Interview with Tristan & Ted @ PopImage
  3. ^ Interview @ PopImage, Feb.02
  4. ^ Interview @, April.07
  5. ^ Interview with Newsarama, August 2009

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