Get to know the creators behind Bingo Love.

Tee Franklin might be new to comics, but she’s definitely not new to being queer, disabled and Black. Tee Franklin’s voice in comics has been loud when it comes to the lack of representation in comics, which led her to create several inclusive #BlackComicsMonth panels at NYCC. Now, writing comics of her own, Franklin hopes to change the game with her unique voice and show that inclusion is needed in comics.

Jenn St-Onge (aka “Princess Jem”) is the Canadian illustrator/comic artist behind IDW’s Jem & the Misfits and Emet Comics’ Finding Molly series. She’s the princess of coffee-loving cat ladies and currently lives just outside Toronto, Ontario, with her husband, four cats, and one doggo. Check out Jenn’s artwork on her site.

Joy San is a Filipina Canadian freelance illustrator. Her work revolves around illustrating the amazing in all that is ordinary and mundane, whether in editorial illustration, comics, or animation. When not illustrating or drawing comics, she enjoy hiking, vlogging, and hunting for bakeries. You can see more of her work here.

Cardinal Rae is a letterer and designer with Fenix Works, Inc. who has credits with DC Comics, Image Comics, Papercutz, Oneshi Press, and others.

Erica Schultz is a comic book writer, letterer, and editor. She is best known for her work with comic book publisher Dynamite Entertainment on Charmed and the Swords of Sorrow series, participation in DC Comics’ first Writers Workshop, and her creator-owned crime series, M3.