Bio: Rex has been a comic book geek since he was ten years old and first discovered the X-Men. By eighteen, he had written dozens of short stories in his head but never thought to put them on paper until he graduated college.
These days, Rex is living in NYC where he's diligently working on 2 novels, 4 original comics, a couple of scripts, and a book of haikus about being a gay texas redneck living in Manhattan.
By night Rex wears a cape and cowl and writes by candlelight, but by day he's an Assistant Editor at DC Comics.
Look for his work in the Teen Titans co-feature COVEN.
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PRISM ANNOUNCES COMIC-CON 2008 SCHEDULE: EXPANDED BOOTH, PANELS GALORE, SUPERHERO DANCE PARTY AND MORE
[News, Posted 7/14/08]
This is it! Prism's full slate of events for San Diego Comic-Con International 2008, jam-packed with panels, parties, special events and special guests including Perry Moore, Ariel Schrag, Phil Jimenez, Marc Andreyko, Joe Phillips, Dave Davenport, Lynx Delirium, Charles Christensen, Gail Simone, Judd Winick and many many more! Prism is especially proud this year to offer an expanded booth, with special booth partners, plus portfolio review for those interested in applying to the Queer Press Grant! Read on!
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NOW DC COMICS EDITOR REX OGLE QUITS FOR SCHOLASTIC
[Source: Bleeding Cool, Added: 11/3/11]
Now we hear that DC editor Rex Ogle (competitor with Randy Queen and Pornsak Pichetshote for the best name in comics) has also left the company to move to New York children’s publisher, Scholastic,...