Miguel Sternberg is a game designer and pixel artist living in Toronto. A veteran of the local indie game scene, he is one half of Spooky Squid Games, a former co-founder of Capybara Games and helps run The Hand Eye Society a videogame arts and culture organization where he started Comics vs Games, a project encouraging collaboration between independent comic and game developers. His pixel art has graced the back cover of Scott Pilgrim Gets it Together, the movie Crank and the web game Legends of Zork among others. Spooky Squid’s first commercial game They Bleed Pixels was released in 2012 on Steam. The next is in the early planning stages and will be announced in 2014.