Tony Puryear is a screenwriter, designer and award-winning comics writer and illustrator. His 1996 script Eraser became the $100+ Arnold Schwarzenegger blockbuster, earning nearly half a billion dollars. He went on to write screenplays for the likes of Mel Gibson, Oliver Stone, Jerry Bruckheimer and Will Smith. Puryear’s 2008 national campaign poster for then-Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton was recently added to collection of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Portrait Gallery. His Dark Horse comic, Concrete Park, written with his wife, the actress Erika Alexander, was selected as one of The Best American Comics, 2013. Puryear and Alexander live in Los Angeles.