Derek Kirk Kim

Kim, photographed at the 2004 [[Alternative Press Expo]] (APE) in San Francisco. Derek Kirk Kim is a Korean-American writer, director, and artist. He is the recipient of the Eisner (2004), the Harvey (2004), and the Ignatz Award (2003) for his debut graphic novel ''Same Difference and Other Stories.'' (The contents of which were originally serialized on his website, formerly known as ''Lowbright'', and ''Small Stories''). This collection of short stories was first published with the help of a 2002 Xeric Award.

In television, he is best known for his work as a director of the Disney+ animated television series ''Amphibia''.

He was also the lead character designer of ''Adventure Time'' (Cartoon Network) and a story artist for ''Green Eggs and Ham'' (Netflix). He is also the writer of ''TUNE'' and the writer and director of the spin-off webseries, ''Mythomania''. Kim has also worked on numerous animated shorts, including "Sympathy for Slenderman," a Webby Award nominee in 2014. Provided by Wikipedia
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