Tyler F. Martin is a comic book writer, publisher, editor, and creative director based in Atlanta Georgia. An avid Star Wars fan, self-proclaimed Blerd, and lover of all things comics, he is most notably recognized for founding Godhood Comics. An Atlanta-based publishing company and one of the fastest-growing black-owned independent comic book publishers in the U.S. Godhood Comics was founded and designed to highlight diversity in comics by focusing on telling stories centered around BIPOC (Black and indigenous people of color) characters and concepts.
Creator of titles such as Mega Woman, Sharpshooter, Galactic Patrol Delta, and the extremely popular comic series The Antagonists, he retired from a decade-long stint in education in 2018. He was then able to delve full-time into writing and running Godhood Comics having his work featured in several popular sites and forums like Looper, CBR, Deadline, Bleeding Cool, Afropunk, and Blackgirl nerds, Black Scifi, Indie Comix Dispatch, Head Nerds in Charge, and Graphic Policy.
Tyler’s attention to detail, tenacity for quality, style of storytelling, and marketing expertise have earned him much respect within the comic book community. A Smitten for community and education, he currently teaches lessons on comic book creation to dozens of creators through Godhood Comic’s School House Initiative, which gives new creators the tools, resources, and contacts they need to be successful. Tyler hopes that through his journey he can inspire new creators to take those first steps toward the rest of their lives. Tyler hopes to continue to grow his brand as a storyteller as he plans to segway into producing and beyond.
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