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Spooky Kid Wins CGC Best Zombie Sketch

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Mickey Chaney Jr., also known as Spooky Kid, got his start in the comic industry during October 2011 when Marco Regalado of Pop Culture Paradise found him sketching while out in Tempe one day.

In the three years that he's been working in comics Mickey has worked on a number of books including; "No Man's Land", the "Dead Diva's" series, "Hooded Cobra", and "Dark Light". While he's been involved in multiple titles he is best known for his portrait works.

Apart from highschool art courses Mickey does not have any formal art education. Currently Mickey is working with fellow local artists Rob Hicks, Derrick Tipton and Ruben Rosas in Spiral Ink Comics, which produces the books "Hooded Cobra" and "Dark Light". 

Mickey Chaney CGC Best of the Best Zombie Sketch

If you have been scrolling online through Facebook fan pages or maybe heard the news at a local comic shop, then you may have heard Mickey Chaney has been crowned the Zombie King by the people of CGC (Certified Guaranty Company) in their Best of the Best Zombie sketch contest. You might be asking yourself after hearing this news what is the CGC Best of the Best Sketch competition and what does a win mean for the artist and owner of the comic? We will be talking to Michael Fett, the man behind the win, since he nominated the Spooky Kid for the award.