Josh Medors was an American artist of mainly horror comics. After getting his education in Graphic Design and Cell Animation/Illustrations at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, he worked as a freelance illustrator before turning to comics. He started out working on several horror comics with writer Steve Niles, including 'Dial M for Monster', 'Horrorcide' and '30 Days of Night'. He has also worked on titles such as Frank Frazetta's 'Swamp Demon' and 'GI Joe: America's Elite', as well as his own 'Willow Creek'.
Medors passed away after a long battle with spinal cancer in November 2012. He had been ill since 2008, and was one of the driving forces behind the 'Help for Heroes' charity, an organization that helps others in the comic book industry with cancer.