Arvid Nelson was nurtured in the wilds of southern Connecticut by a pack of Nintendo cartridges. Before opting to specialize on graphic novels, he worked on various films. Since then, he's published over a dozen books, including two unique series: Rex Mundi, set in 1930s Europe where magic exists and the Catholic Church retains power, and Zero Killer, set in an alternate present in which the United States never dropped Atom bombs on Japan. To mention a few, he's worked for DC Comics, Marvel Comics, and Dark Horse Comics. Arvid had a loving wife, a wonderful son, and a giant television in his home in Northampton, Massachusetts. Arvidland.com is his website.