Rondal is the Editor-in-Chief of Strange Kids Club and a creative instigator who tackles each day with Red Bull-induced enthusiasm and a mind for adventure! He is also a self-professed Twitter addict, harbors an unhealthy obsession with horror movies and was formerly Co-Editor of Fuel Your Illustration. He’s also a former Contributing Writer for several other sites including Rue-Morgue.com, Bloodsprayer and Startfrag.
Strange Kid is the kind of monster-loving, trouble-making adolescent that refuses to grow up or give in to any of those other boring “responsibilities” that comes with being an adult. He likes to collect Garbage Pail Kids, always has a “monster in his pocket” and ritualistically devours an entire box of Frankenberry cereal for breakfast.
The third longest member of SKC, Paxton is s funny, ridiculously awesome guy who sometimes likes to wear pants. When not hanging out here Paxton can regularly be found at his own pop culture/humor blog Cavalcade of Awesome or co-hosting the Nerd Lunch and Cult Film Club podcasts.
Born of a conflicted age responsible for the greatest cartoons and popcorn flicks of all time, yet the worst hairstyles and fashion sense known to modern man, Patrick Renfrow was assuredly predestined to become an unrepentant man-child in every conceivable way. His struggles to function in modern society through a strict regimen of cheesy movies, violent video games, nostalgic toys, and demented animations (with a whiskey chaser) are infrequently chronicled at Leisure Suit Lucifer, and he can be found skewering the “thinking man’s” pop culture on a regular basis at Pop Mythology and WhatCulture!
Hailing from the Great White North, Scottys’ passion for horror movies, toys and anything sci-fi was cemented early on in life. He spends most of his time writing for Drunk in a Graveyard and talking about all things horror and cult on twitter. When he does get away from the clutches of the web, he can usually be found in thrift stores and flea markets, digging for Masters of the Universe toys and long forgotten VHS tapes.
Part Time Contributors
Borja Chavarri is your average, introverted late teen suffering from split personality disorder and born under a radioactive cloud of red evil. “They” enjoy Deviantart and plotting against each other when they are not looking. Is not clear how many of “them” exist but zombies coup d’état attempts has been registered inside the main body almost daily.
Felix Vasquez Jr. is a pop culture and movie fanatic born and bred. He’s a lover of all things horror, admires Superman, loves to listen to classic rock, drowns himself in nineties nostalgia on his free time, and has been writing for almost twenty years. His writing can be found on various online outlets including Crave, Joblo, and Beyond Hollywood; He’s also currently running his own movie review website, Cinema Crazed.
Ambidextrous left-hander and well-rounded nerd and artist grew up in the misty mountains of West Virginia where she was ridiculed for being a “weirdo” ever since she could talk. Learned to read at age 3 on Mercer Mayers “Little Critter” books and her older brother’s comics. She now resides in Austin where she works at a print shop, has a collection of doomed succulents, and a line of jewelry she feebly attempts to sell on etsy. When not killing drought-hardy plants she works on anything from soft sculpture, puppets, gig posters, album art, to fused glass.
The Rube is co-owner of Rusty Quarters Retro Arcade & Museum in Minneapolis, MN. He is also a Special Effects Artist, Master Chef, and Multiple Threadless Design Winner. Other than writing reviews and doodling, he enjoys watching bad movies, building monster model kits, and collecting games for the Nintendo Entertainment System.
Mike Wasion is a Madball-Headed Garbage Pail Kid dedicated to the tao of Future Retro Style. SO far, his unhallowed name has been seen in Fangoria (where he pollutes their pages with his semi-regular Comic Casket column), HorrorHound, Retro Slashers, and Splatterhouse fan site par exelance West Mansion, and his art has corrupted the likes of the cannibalistic comic classic Deadworld, sketch cards for Mars Attacks Heritage and Star Wars: Galactic Files. He wishes they still made Pumpkin-Face bubble gum.
Sean McCauley is an unabashed child of the 80’s, growing up on Star Wars, Nintendo, and Happy Meals. Sean makes his living as a graphic designer and illustrator, and writes retro video game news and reviews at the world famous Power Pak Blog.