From Wikipedia "Ken Steacy had work published in several issues of the Star Reach anthology series from 1977 to 1979. He collaborated with writer Dean Motter on "The Sacred and the Profane" in Star Reach and the feature was later redrawn and expanded in Epic Illustrated #20–26 (Oct. 1983–Oct. 1984). The entire story was collected into a trade paperback by Eclipse Comics in 1987. Steacy's adaptations of Harlan Ellison's short stories "Sleeping Dogs" in Epic Illustrated #4 (Winter 1980), "Life Hutch" in #6 (June 1981), and "Run for the Stars" in #11 (April 1982) were later collected in the Night and the Enemy graphic novel published by Comico. Steacy drew four issues of Marvel Fanfare – three featuring Iron Man and one starring Alpha Flight. At DC Comics, Steacy was one of the artists on Batman #400 (Oct. 1986) and he wrote and drew the Tempus Fugitive limited series in 1990. Since 2004 Steacy has been running a publishing company called Ken Steacy Publishing.
In late 2011, Steacy and his wife, graphic novelist Joan Steacy, started teaching a visual storytelling course at Camosun College in Victoria, British Columbia. The Steacys have since developed a comics and graphic novels certificate program to be offered through Camosun College."