About

In 2012, Project-Nerd debuted on the internet as a geek blog. In that same year, the brand started its first podcast and began covering geek events everywhere. The name became synonymous with geek culture and comic conventions across the midwest. As millions and millions of people took notice, Iggy decided to take a long awaited leap into publishing.

2015 brought on the exciting announcement that was Project-Nerd Publishing. With three titles on board out the gate, the first year was full of wins, with all three crowdfunding campaigns successfully hitting, and many titles being added to the slate. However, the growth outweighed the funds and the management’s capacity, causing Project-Nerd Publishing to have to limp through year two.

Due to the challenges presented and the need to keep the amazing creations going, Project-Nerd Publishing put itself on the block and was acquired by Insane Comics. This chapter was the shortest of them all, with Insane Comics folding prior to any of the Project-Nerd Publishing titles getting printed.

With the fold, all of the printing rights for Iggy’s original creations were returned to Project-Nerd. In late 2018, Iggy and a select group of geeks necessitated the stagnate Project-Nerd, with an exciting slate of original content. With that, Project-Nerd took some time to figure out the best course for the future of the many publishing ideas being created internally, including the continuation of some fan favorite titles. And at that point, Project-Nerd decided to publish again.

Although this new publishing plan will have an entirely new look, it will be a look that is needed. Project-Nerd will have sporadic and internal projects, all funded up front and crafted from the internal team. Project-Nerd’s Publishing Division will keep the same spirit of the original publisher, ensuring the brand puts creative independent stories into hands of fans everywhere.

The outlook is good, but there is much to be done. But no matter what comes in the near future, it’ll be a part of Project-Nerd, and therefore it will be geektastic!

Management

Iggy Michniacki
Founder & CEO
Iggy founded Project-Nerd five years ago and eventually turned his dream of creating and publishing comics into a reality by using the brand's success to start Project-Nerd Publishing. Iggy also is writing a number of stories, including Billie.
Galo Gutierrez
Strategy Officer
Galo is the Dark Lord of Project-Nerd Publishing, and a more appropriate title might be "Guy That Get's Shit Done!" Galo is responsible for a considerable amount of talent with the brand and networking with others.
Danielle Mumble
Social Media Manager

Danielle has worked with Project-Nerd as a content creator and Facebook admin for some time now. She is responsible for social media updates, marketing planning, and margarita consumption.

Adam Adair
Events Manager
Adam has been with Project-Nerd since the beginning, including involvement with the podcasts and events. Adam helps coordinate the team at conventions, run the booth, and sign boxes of macaroni-n-cheese.
Tyler Headrick
Event Staff & Host
Tyler Headrick is a long time Project-Nerd member and can often be found with a microphone in his hand sharing his opinion. Tyler helps with events and is very active with panels and podcasts.

The Talent

Paul Bedford
Writer/Creator
The List
Andrez Bergen
Creator
TSMG | Bullet Gal
Tom Bonin
Inks
The List
Ben Gilboa
Creator
Blue Moon
Tim Hunger
Writer/Creator
Gunface
Brett Jones
Writer/Creator
Radiation Day
Matt Kyme
Creator
That Bulletproof Kid
Iggy Michniacki
Writer/Creator
Billie | Task Force Max
Michaela Patton
Colorist
Billie
Henry Popiena
Artist
The List
Zack Rezendes
Artist
Billie
Bryan Timmins
Artist
Barrens | Radiation Day
Chris Yarbrough
Artist/Creator
Radiation Day
Paul Jason Young
Artist
Gunface

About EEON, LLC
EEON was formed in 2016 as a parent company for specific divisions previously operating under the Project-Nerd name. Currently housing publishing, photography, podcasts, video, and cosplay ventures, EEON was established to better serve a vast and growing geek community.