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Lonnie Nadler is a multidisciplinary writer and director from Montreal, Canada. He is best known for serving as the Showrunner and Lead Writer for The Sounds Of Nightmares fiction podcast, set in the world of Little Nightmares, produced by Bandai Namco. Lonnie also wrote extensively for Marvel Comics, including showrunning the Age of X-Man event, and writing for titles like Cable and Guardians of the Galaxy. He released his critically acclaimed debut graphic novel, The Dregs, in 2017 from Black Mask Studios. His 2018 follow up, Come Into Me, was named one of the best 100 horror comics of all time by Paste Magazine. In 2020, his historical fiction, cosmic horror concoction, Black Stars Above, was longlisted for a Bram Stoker Award.
He also writes and directors video games and is currently the Narrative Director at Reflector Entertainment, working a new game as part of an established brand. He previously served as the Lead Writer at Inflexion Games working on Nightingale. His other game credits include Ubisoft (Avatar: Frontiers of Pandora), Liquid Swords, and Lionshead Entertainment.
If you're still reading this too-long bio, Lonnie has also penned stories for VICE, Fangoria, HuffPost, Blood-Disgusting, Seraphim Films, PanelXPanel, Ahoy! Comics Magazine, Razorblades, and numerous other publications. His films have played in festivals around the world. When Lonnie is not imagining far off worlds, he's crushed under the weight of simultaneous imposter syndrome and delusions of grandeur.