JERRY HOLKINS is the writer of the webcomic Penny Arcade. Holkins also writes the majority of the news posts or rants that accompany each comic. His other exploits include being a lead singer/guitarist in a band called The Fine Print, whose works are freely available over the internet. In the webcomic, his alter ego is known as Tycho Brahe. Holkins lives in the Seattle, Washington area.
Mike Krahulik is the artist for the webcomic Penny Arcade. Krahulik credits cartoonist Stephen Silver as a major influence on his drawing style, which has continued to evolve since he began drawing Penny Arcade in 1998. He also provided the illustrations for the cover of the book Agent to the Stars by John Scalzi, and artwork for the Daily Victim, a regular feature that used to run on GameSpy.com. In the webcomic, his alter ego is Jonathan Gabriel, or simply Gabe. Krahulik lives in the Seattle, Washington area.
The printing on this book is so inferior to its predecessors and follow-ups, it's no wonder they decided to find another publisher. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Sal Crivelli
I have been reading the Penny Arcade comic for about 7 years now. It was very exciting when I first heard that they were going to be offering a publication of their series. Read morePublished on March 9, 2013 by James Moninger
I am a fan of Penny Arcade. It's a great series, and this volume has some real gems. I love the side notes from the team.Published on December 17, 2012 by Hank_Scorpio
This is the year I think where Penny Arcade has the dirtiest jokes. One comic has a debate about how cool it is for XBox to let people send pictures of themselves over the... Read morePublished on October 16, 2011 by Michael
Another great collection from these guys. A lot more flimsy than the last editions, but they switched companies so oh well. Still good!Published on April 2, 2011 by vampire365
The Penny Arcade duo - Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik -- are back with the next printed volume of their web comic, collecting all their strips from 2005. Read morePublished on January 20, 2011 by Alex C. Telander
If you're looking at volume 6, I must assume you know Penny Arcade already. That being the case, you know what you'll find here. Read morePublished on January 12, 2011 by Hurricanespence