Jeffrey Burandt is a writer and performer from Texas, living in Brooklyn, New York. Having earned an MFA in fiction writing from Brooklyn College, his work has been published by DC Entertainment, Details Magazine, Devil’s Due Comics, Heavy Metal, IDW Publishing, Image Comics, Oni Press, Overflow Magazine, as well as several blogs and indie publishers. Further, he was a founding editor of the digital salon TripCity. He was also the front man for sci-fi, rock band Americans UK and self-published their adventures as comic books for many years.

His first graphic novel, Odd Schnozz and the Odd Squad from Oni Press, illustrated by Dennis Culver and colored by Ramon Villalobos, made the 2017-2018 Texas Maverick Graphic Novel Reading List, and is listed by Den of Geek as one of the best graphic novels of 2015. Available now via Simon & Schuster.

Jeffrey is currently developing a 6-issue, action horror series, Blood + Brains, with artist Jason Goungor, as well as a 4-issue, grindhouse superhero series, Killer Bad.  Jeffrey and Jason’s latest action horror property, “Chris Never,” recently debuted in Heavy Metal Magazine. The duo also had a story in Megadeth’s 35th anniversary, graphic novel collection: Death By Design.

Jeffrey has recently completed a 100-page graphic novel with artist Blake Sims, an adventure comedy titled Gonad the Ballbarian. You can read the first 4 chapters on Webtoon.

His “Rainbow Boy” short stories, with artist Sean Von Gorman and colorist Paul Mounts, have appeared in various anthologies, including the New York Times Best-Selling Love Is Love.

In 2020, two of his short stories have been a part of successful Kickstarter projects, the first with artist Dean Haspiel in Creator Owned Heroes, and the second with artist Sean Von Gorman and colorist Paul Mounts in Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez & the Freshman Force: Collected.

Please contact jburandt@gmail.com for all inquiries.


Photo by Seth Kushner.

Photo by Seth Kushner


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