Peter J. Tomasi is a New York Times best-selling author known for his current work on Superman and previous projects Batman and Robin, Superman/Wonder Woman, Batman - Detective Comics, and Batman Arkham Knight, along with other commercially successful books including Green Lantern Corps, Brightest Day, Emerald Warriors, and Nightwing. Over the course of his career with DC Comics--more than two decades of hit books--Peter served as a group editor ushering in new eras for Batman, Green Lantern, and JSA along with special projects like Kingdom Come. Peter also is the author of the creator owned books Light Brigade (Dark Horse) with artist Peter Snejbjerg, The Mighty (Dark Horse) with Keith Champagne and artists Peter Snejbjerg and Chris Samnee, and the critically acclaimed horror/drama series House of Penance (Dark Horse) with artist Ian Bertram.
Sterling Gates was born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He earned a degree in Art from the University of Oklahoma, specializing in Film and Media Arts. After moving to Los Angeles, Sterling worked as writer's room production assistant on TV's Blade: The Series, later becoming assistant to comic book industry giant Geoff Johns.
Since selling his first story to DC Comics in 2007, Sterling has written such titles as Green Lantern Corps, Justice League Of America, World's Finest, Action Comics, Adventure Comics, Flashpoint: Kid Flash Lost, Hawk & Dove, JLA: Vibe, Forever Evil: A.R.G.U.S., Stormwatch, and The Flash: Season Zero, but he is best known for his critically acclaimed run on Supergirl. Alongside writers Geoff Johns, James Robinson, and Greg Rucka, Sterling co-wrote the New York Times best-selling "Superman: New Krypton Saga" graphic novel series, including Superman: New Krypton, Superman: The Last Stand of New Krypton, and Superman: War of the Supermen.
Sterling recently scripted the Man of Steel prequel comic (based on a story by David S. Goyer, Geoff Johns, and Zack Snyder) in a joint digital publishing venture between DC Comics and Wal-Mart, and he served as writer/producer on the award-winning, independent, live action superhero feature film, The Posthuman Project.
Currently, Sterling is writing Adventures of Supergirl, a digital first comic book based on CBS' hit television show, Supergirl. He's also working on a number of super-secret projects he wishes he could tell you about, but seriously, they're super-secret.