Bio: Chris Cooper is a freelance writer/editor and worked at Marvel Comics for six years. There he edited titles such Cage, Blade the Vampire Hunter, and briefly, The Punisher. He was assistant editor on Alpha Flight during the run that included the well-publicized issue #106, in which team member Northstar came out of the closet.
His writing credits include two gay firsts: Marvel's first lesbian lead character, Victoria Montesi, in the pages of the series he created and wrote, Darkhold: Pages From The Book Of Sins, and Star Trek's first openly gay human character, Yoshi Mishima, in the pages of Star Trek: Starfleet Academy #17, which was nominated for a 1999 GLAAD Media Award. He also wrote the 1998 Hulk/Sub-Mariner Annual, and two short stories for Llewellyn's 2000 Magical Almanac.
His current comics project is Queer Nation: The Online Gay Comic--part satire, part soap opera, and part superhero comic.
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