Guided by president, Sebastian A. Jones, Stranger Comics is an incubator and aggregator of content, developing and designing franchises for multi-media platforms. Its constant philosophy is that of quality, and that the idea is king, and the story is sacred. From the vast and volatile fantasy world of Asunda to the literary climes of Lloyd Levin's Foundry Comics and the wide-eyed whimsy of Stranger Kids, Stranger strives for excellence in production as well as presentation.
Sebastian is the owner and President of Stranger Comics. He has been involved in entertainment since an early age in England. After having left for America at the age of 18, he founded and ran the critically acclaimed MVP Records at the age of 20, globally releasing 25 albums over several years that included such artists as James Brown, John Coltrane, Marvin Gaye, and Billie Holiday, with a client list including EMI-Capitol, Sony, WB, BMG, and Universal. He transitioned from music to film when he collaborated with filmmakers The Polish Brothers to create Salvador for Boom! Studios. Following that, he wrote and directed the comedy pilot Cast Off starring Scoot McNairy (Argo) and Scott Adsit (30 Rock). Jones then transitioned to feature writing and adapted several of his stories into graphic novel form when he founded Stranger Comics. Stranger's maiden title is The Untamed, from which Jones directed and produced a motion comic in addition to creating the comic book. Under Stranger Kids (Stranger Comics’ children’s division) Jones is set to release The I Am Book Series, which he authored with Garcelle Beauvais (Flight, White House Down, The Jamie Foxx Show, Franklin & Bash) with foreword endorsement by Halle Berry.