Bio: Mark was born and raised in Connecticut, and has been an avid comic book reader for the majority of his life.
Until he discovered Prism Comics, he was having a hard time getting anyone interested in his autobiographical story, Love, Death, & UFO's. Fortunately, that has changed, and his work can now be seen in the Prism WebComics feature section of the Prism Comics website.
His new title, Urban Velvet can be found in the 2007/08 Prism guides, as well as the 2008 Gay City Anthology. Visit urbanvelvetcomic.com, where you can read a few stories, browse the gallery, check out his Urban Velvet action figures, and hear Mothman's ORIGINAL theme song, "Urban Velvet", which seems to have very recently been "inspirational" to another creator. He is happy to have done it first, and better.
RECENT PRISM COMICS FEATURES
ISSUE #2 OF LOVE, DEATH & UFOS BEGINS AUGUST 29!
[News, Posted 8/27/07]
It's here! Issue #2 of Mark Andrews' Love, Death, & UFOs begins on Prism's Webcomics page on, Wednesday, August 29, with new pages every Wednesday until January 30, 2008. Follow the continuing adventures of Zach Hollis as he deals with the trials of life, love, and work, and unravels a mystery from his past, shrouded in the shadows of his childhood memories.
Don't forget Jessica Zimmer's comic strip My Best Friend Is Gay, which follows the humorous antics of Eve and her straight…
NEW WEBCOMIC “LOVE, DEATH AND UFOS” DEBUTS ON PRISMCOMICS.ORG
[News, Posted 10/13/06]
"Love, Death, and UFOs", written and drawn by Mark Andrews, is the newest addition to the Prism WebComics section. The first four pages of the comic are currently posted, with new pages being posted weekly. The semi-autobiographical book concerns a gay man, living in New York City with a boyfriend and working in TV production, who is haunted by a childhood encounter with a UFO.
"'Love, Death, and UFOs” started as an autobiographical book idea a few years back," says Mark Andrews. "It…
RECENT OFFSITE FEATURES
PRISM COMICS: YOUR LGBT GUIDE TO COMICS 2007 REVIEW
[Source: ComiXtreme.com, Added: 7/23/07]
This guide is actually a release from the website Prism.org, which promotes GLBT comics as well as diversity in comics, which is a laudable goal. Since these are yearly guides, with articles and...