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Letterer extraordinaire from beyond the seas, Bernie currently works for Zenescope, Moonstone, IDW and Hazmat on various projects from superhero to horror. Apart from lettering, he’s also the pre-press guy at Moonstone. Deliriously intent on breaking into the entertainment industry, his passion for comics is the drive that has opened doors and is appreciative of having met and worked with many notable names. Now with Glass House, he is eager to achieve a whole new level of industry recognition.

1001 Arabian Nights: The Adventures of Sinbad (2008)
Agon (2009)
Airfighters (2010)
Black Powder (2011)
Brimstone (2011)
Buckaroo Banzai Big Size (2008)
Buckaroo Banzai Origins (2009)
Buckaroo Banzai: Hardest of the Hard (2009)
The Chronicles of Dr. Herbert West (2008)
The Cisco Kid vs. Wyatt Earp (2008)
Deadworld Omnibus (2011)
Deadworld: Frozen Over (2007)
Fearless Dawn/Asylum Press Sampler (2010)
Grimm Fairy Tales (2005)
Grimm Fairy Tales April Fools' (2009)
Grimm Fairy Tales: 2012 Swimsuit Special (2012)
Grimm Fairy Tales: Swimsuit Edition (2010)
The Heap (2011)
The Hero Code (2011)
Kolchak the Night Stalker (2010)
Kolchak: The Night Stalker Files (2010)
Logan's Run: Aftermath (2011)
Merc (2009)
The Mis-Adventures of Adam West/Walter Koenig's Things to Come... Flipbook (2011)
Moonstone's Holiday Super Spectacular (2007)
A Murder of Scarecrows (2009)
Negative Burn (2006)
Omnitarium (2009)
Orbit: Stephen King (2011)
The Phantom - Captain Action (2010)
The Phantom Double Shot: KGB Noir (2010)
The Phantom (2003)
Pinpoint (2011)
Salem's Daughter (2009)
Sherlock Holmes & Kolchak the Night Stalker (2009)
Stingers (2009)
The Transformers: Spotlight (2006)
Vincent Price : His Life Story (2011)
Walter Koenig's Things To Come (2011)
The Worlds of Dungeons and Dragons (2008)
Zeroids The Return (2010)Latest work:
Deadworld (IDW)
Grimm Fairy Tales (Zenescope)
Sherlock Holmes (Bluewater)
Iron Sky (Hazmat)
Bayeux (Hazmat)
The Saint (Moonstone)

How would you describe yourself?
Occasionally fast and furious. At times, slow and steady. It depends on the time of day :)

What was your big comic “break”?
First big break was an issue of Phantom at Moonstone. I'm truly grateful for all the opportunities and professionals I've worked with since then.

How long does it take you to do the lettering for an issue?
Anywhere from a day to a week, depending on script, complexity and time.

Do you find differences in your lettering from one comic to the next?
Definitely. Each issue may require different styles to bring out the best in the story, art and dialog.

What is lettering besides just filling in words?
Lettering is an often under-appreciated part of the production process but it is actually vital to giving the whole thing a cohesive look and quality finish. I always letter to ensure that all my work is above the crowd and pleasing to the eyes.

What’s one thing you’ll always find in your refrigerator?
100plus - a sports drink kinda like Gatorade.

What other projects do you have lined up?
Lots are in the works, especially with Hazmat Studios. Looking forward to a boatload with Glass House as well.

Any closing words?
I'd like one of those cool Glass House Graphics shirts, please :)