Joe Flood is an comic book author and artist, who took to drawing and painting at an early age. He was born and raised in the suburbs of New Jersey. He later attended the School of Visual Arts. Shortly after graduation, Joe self-published his first comic, “Don’t Eat the Electric Sheep.” His graphic novel work includes, “Orcs,” written by Stan Nicholls, and Disney’s “Pirates of the Caribbean.” His first non-fiction work was “Dinosaurs: Of Fossils and Feathers,” written by MK Reed. Joe’s latest work “Sharks: Nature’s Perfect Hunter” is the first non-fiction comic he has both written and drawn. Joe know lives in New York’s Hudson Valley with his wife and kids.
Author Website: http://www.kneedeeppress.com/
For over 400 million years, sharks have been the ocean's top predator! They're vital to our ecosystem, but their importance is often overshadowed by our own fear―even though they hardly ever threaten humans.
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