SubHero Productions is Adam Markiewicz.
Adam drew his first comic book, “Ad-Man #1″ when he was 10, probably when he should’ve been doing his math homework. Adam continued to write and draw his own comics in his youth, culminating in a what became a controversial final high school art project, “Zombies Attack III.” Adam went on to study at The Joe Kubert School for Cartoon and Graphic Art, leaving in 2002 to pursue his career as a professional cartoonist.
Adam has since worked for the likes of Studio-407, Viper Comics and Paper Street Comics, for whom he illustrated the first issue of “Careful…” He also wrote and illustrated the short comic “Casual Fridays” for Domai.com.
In 2011, Adam founded SubHero Productions, an independent comics publisher dedicated to providing readers with comics that offer an alternative to the usual superhero slugfest.
In 2012, Adam created “Trench Coat Samurai,” an ongoing web serial which he both writes and illustrates. He also launched “The Second Rate Spies” with writer Michel Leclair. And, at the request of Jason Copland, joined the Shut Up And Draw art blog, along with Noel Tuazon, Jeff McComsey, Ben Holliday, John Bivens Mike Henderson and Tyler Jenkins, which features new art weekly. Adam has a couple dozen other projects he’d really like to get to if he can ever find the time.
Irregular updates and articles on Adam’s Blog, AdMan Comics.