Jerry DeCaire has taken a break from illustrating graphic novels/comic books and overseas teaching to pursue a labor of love-Our Mythic World. This is a heart-felt dedication to the young woman who changed the artist's world, Brandi Nichelle Hoffman (her middle name was in honor of Nichelle Nichols (Uhura of Star Trek).
DeCaire's past publications as an artist for Marvel Entertainment Group include: Uncanny X-Men, Wolverine, The Punisher, The Essential Wolverine, The Mighty Thor, The Savage Sword of Conan, Nick Fury: Agent of Shield, The Secret Defenders, and Marvel Comics Presents.
His independent titles include: the Cisco Kid: Hell's Gates, the Cisco Kid: Precious Cargo, the Cisco Kid: the Mission, the Cisco Kid: Holocaust, Werewolf the Apocalypse: Children of Gaia, Werewolf the Apocalypse: Children of Gaia (Fang & Claw), Vampire the Masquerade: Assamites (Blood & Shadows), the Phantom: Damnation Game, the Phantom: Damnation Game Part II, Sherlock Holmes: Mysteries VOL 1(cover), the Green Hornet Annual: the Blue and the Green # 1, the Green Hornet: the Odyssey of the Crimson Wasp, the Green Hornet: Second Sight, and Technophage VS Zeerus (inside pinp).
DeCaire was recently contacted and interviewed by Fantasy Art Magazine (2011) located in Bejing China. They gave DeCaire an eight-page spot entitled, Why Paint
Jerry DeCaire is currently illustrating a Western Tale for the independent agent, Sean Fahey and is creating storyboards for a new film production, Mindville, for producer/director Nick Day. Nick has earned Winner Best Documentary Tiburon International Film Festival award for his introspective A Short Cut to Nirvana. http://www.melafilms.com/
The artist's illustrative commissions outside the realm of comics include artworks for Dow Chemical, Dow Corning, General Motors, Dallas Apparel Mart, and other industries.
Jerry DeCaire holds a BS Degree conferred by Central Michigan University and is currently pursuing a Masters in Theology with Liberty University. He ultimately wishes to pursue a Ph.D. in Philosophy.