Websites: www.myspace.com/nightpatrol, Livejournal
Bio: Kenne Morrison is the writer of Night Patrol, a comic about a pair of detectives in the San Francisco Police Department who are also fairies. They're assignment is to investigate all fairy-related crimes in a world where fairies and human interact on a daily basis.
Kenne spent most of his childhood reading comics and dreaming that one day he could become a comic writer. With publication of the Night Patrol Ashcan and the upcoming Night Patrol #0, he is excited to see his dream become a reality.
Kenne grew up in the deep south where he was fully aware that being gay was unacceptable. Now it is his mission to take the lessons he's learned and use them to educate others that no matter what narrow-minded or people who are afraid to go against tradition think, it really is okay to be who you are and that you will only be happy once you accept the way you are and love yourself for it.
When not writing Night Patrol, Kenne spends time writing reviews for Prism Comics, his local comic store, Whatever..., and maintaining his blog at Livejournal.
RECENT PRISM COMICS FEATURES
NEW LGBT COMIX AT COMIC-CON 2010 REPORT #2! BRIAN ANDERSON, DAVE DAVENPORT, STEVE MACISAAC, DESMOND MILLER AND MICHAEL TROY!
[News, Posted 7/27/10]
As promised, here’s Part Two of my Guide to new comics that made their debuts at Comic-Con. So much new stuff, enough to make a girl dizzy.
The lovely and talented Brian Andersen brought the latest, greatest, super-tacular So Super Duper #10 with story by Brian and art by the superb Celina Hernandez. You can get a preview of it on Brian’s website along with his other new book called Friend of Dorothy (story by Brian, art by Neftali Centeno) where Scott-John meets Gorlindo,…
[Color Commentary, Posted 11/5/09]
Finding love or something similar to it can often occur in the most unusual of places. You can meet your partner at the grocery store or at a party.You can meet them in the morning, in the afternoon, or late at night. No matter where or how you meet them, there’s always a story involved. In Nightlife, the stories to be told have one thing in common; it all takes place at night. In a person’s nightlife.
Like another book that I’ve reviewed by Dale Lazarov, Manly, this is a…
A TRIO OF TALES TO TITILLATE
[Color Commentary, Posted 1/23/09]
WARNING: Contains more masculine men doing macho MANLY things with other muscular men than an "Axe" commercial.
QUEER CREATOR SIGNING WITH BRIAN ANDERSEN, KENNE MORRISON, SEAN FREITAS, AND DESMOND MILLER AT CASTRO'S "WHATEVER..." THIS SUNDAY!
[News, Posted 10/2/08]
On Sunday, October 5th, during the San Francisco Castro Street Fair, the gay owned and operated comic shop "Whatever..." will be hosting the third annual Queer Comic Signing at their store located at 548 Castro Street in San Francisco, California.
"Whatever..." says they are “proud to support local gay writers and artists, whose dream it is to create comics. Knowing what it feels like to have your dream come true, we are more than excited to help these up-and-coming creators by inviting them…
DOOM PATROL: THE TEIRESIAS WARS
[Color Commentary, Posted 10/2/08]
If I were to ask people to name me a book that deals with people who are misfits and outcasts of society where a guy in a wheelchair leads a team of individuals with bizarre and terrifying powers, I’m pretty sure that the first answer that comes to mind will be the X-Men, a book about mutants who are persecuted by a public that fears and hates them for being different. However, the X-Men do not have a monopoly on persecution and being led by an oftentimes tyrant in a wheelchair for…
RECENT OFFSITE FEATURES
WONDERCON WRAP-UP: SATURDAY & SUNDAY
[Source: Northwest Comics, Added: 4/6/10]
As always happens, I took fewer pictures as the weekend wore on, because I got busier and busier and tireder and tireder. But I’ve got a lot of fun stories and a few snaps to share.