Matthew “Atari” Eargle is a commercially certificated helicopter pilot and the founder of Airborne Surfer Media. He is one-half of the creative team behind the webcomic Victor 70 (http://victor70.comicgenesis.com), writes the blog Zen And The Art Of Desenrascanço (http://airbornesurfer.wordpress.com), and has served as co-host and producer for the podcast Afterburn (http://afterburn.podbean.com). Matthew is also an accomplished actor and musician having previously performed with musical acts Two-Way Mirror, The Ben Windstar Project, The Hill Valley Preservation Society, and The Saoco Jazz Septet, comedian/magician Brian Brushwood’s Bizarre Magic show, as well as improvisational comedy troupe SwordPlay and the sketch comedy team Angst Haben. He has served as editor for the humor magazine Slackers, Inc. and his works have been well-received in various publications nationwide. Matthew enjoys surfing, watching Anaheim Ducks hockey, and has found Carmen San Diego on at least two occasions. Find him on Twitter @airbornesurfer.
“For Many Dull Knives
, I decided to expand on Jacket’s self-reverent and surreal style. Emile and Leon obviously understand that they exist in a comic, and what better way to address the uncertainty they should face in that world than to have them realise that someone else
is drawing them? Oh, the humanity!”