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Chip Zdarsky
Chip Zdarsky – Lucca Comics & Games 2015
Born Steven Murray
December 21, 1975 (age 41)
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Area(s) Artist
Notable works
Sex Criminals, Prison Funnies, Monster Cops, Extremely Bad Advice, Howard the Duck, Jughead

Chip Zdarsky is the pseudonym of Canadian comic book artist, journalist, illustrator and designer Steve Murray (born December 21, 1975).[1] He has also used the pseudonym Todd Diamond. He worked for National Post for over a decade, until 2014, as an illustrator and humorist (as Steve Murray) and wrote and illustrated a column called Extremely Bad Advice for the paper as well as The Ampersand, the newspaper’s pop culture section’s online edition.

He uses the Zdarsky pseudonym for comics-related work, using it to create Prison Funnies and Monster Cops and as artist and co-creator of Sex Criminals with writer Matt Fraction.[1] In November 2014, Marvel Comics announced that Murray/Zdarsky will be writing a new Howard the Duck comic book series with Joe Quinones.[2] Recently, he was the writer for Jughead published by Archie Comics. He wrote the series first 8 issues.[3]