Henry Barajas

Henry Barajas is the co-creator, writer and letterer for El Loco and Captain Unikorn. He has also written and lettered short stories for two successful Kickstarter projects: Unite and Take Over: Stories inspired by The Smiths and Break The Walls: Comic Stories inspired by The Pixies. Barajas is a stand up comedian at Laffs Comedy Cafe and at comic book conventions across the country. He is the online editor of the Tucson Weekly, former Arizona Daily Star writer/news assistant and was nominated for the Shel Dorf Blogger of the Year award for his work at The Beat.
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Harmontown Livestream. 2014-08-21

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All week long, especially since the USA Today Powers first look, a lot of you have been asking for more updates and specific casting updates about your favorite long-term Powers characters.

PlayStation and Sony were kind enough to let me use my little corner of the inter-webs to give you guys first dibs on stuff that we all think fans of the comics would be most interested in.

Most asked questions: who is playing Zora? Triphammer? And Detective Kutter?

Well, here we go…

Logan Browning has been cast was Zora,

Andrew Sensenig (Upstream Color!!)  is Triphammer

Justice Leak IS Detective Kutter. 

They join Shalto Copely as Christian Walker, Susan Heyward as Detective Pilgrim, Michelle Forbes as Retro Girl, Eddie Izzard as Wolfe, Noah Taylor as Johnny Royale and Olesya Rulin as Calista


Filming is underway in Atlanta for the first 10 episodes as we speak. Look for lots of updates coming very soon.  Like, very soon.

Every PSN user in the US will receive the first episode of Powers for free and PlayStation Plus members will be able to view the entire season for free.

All volumes of the Eisner award-winning Powers series are available through Marvel/icon or digitally through comixology.  yum yum.


Y’all saw EDDIE IZZARD and MICHELLE FORBES are int here, yeah????

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"It’s safe to say that somebody out there probably has a problem with just about everything you do" #bisbee



Love this promotional work for Science World.

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Original page by Chris Ware from “Touch Sensitive,” his interactive ipad comic strip from McSweeney’s


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