Joe Deagnon (Artist & Co-Writer) has previously published five issues of Paranoid Tales of Neurosis. Called “Lowbrow and Entertaining”, “”Hyper-Fun and Sickly Twisted” and “Bizarre and Wonderful”, his work has been described as a combination of Harvey Pekar meets Ralph Steadman and dubbed “A Mad Magazine for the 90s” by drive-in movie critic Joe Bob Briggs. Herschell Gordon Lewis commented on his humor as “Sick and vicious, just like mine.” He also was a regular contributor to the music weekly Exclaim and Film Threat magazine. Working in the media industry for almost 20 years now, he’s getting sick and tired of dealing with the insanity of this earth-bound reality and has made great leaps in science and logic by phase-shifting between this world and an imaginary dimension of his own design.
A self-proclaimed success story in the tradition of Tom Vu, Kirby Stasyna (Co-Writer) is not living the luxurious life he is seen enjoying on TV. Relying only on street smarts and empty beer bottles, much of Kirby’s time that should be spent working on Chicken Outfit projects is wasted looking for jobs, feeding birds, volunteering at museums, and playing around with vintage gizmos and obsolete electronics. A proven creative and conceptual specialist, Kirby has yet to create or conceive personal success, financial freedom, or anything of any worth or value that isn’t owned by some other company. Kirby’s artistic sense has been so toned down by ex-employers, that he can only see in 2-bit color without the use of special glasses.