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Phil Good

Email: PhilGoodofEP@yahoo.com
Website: myspace.com/filgood

Bio: So, once upon a time, there was a big 'mo named Phil. He used to colour comics for DC, Marvel, and Dark Horse from '97 to '04.

Now he just does stuff... and things.

Okay, that's a lie.

He's working on a dozen projects, his first to see print being an autobiographical bit entitled, "American Fag", which will be found in the second issue of the gay anthology Queerbait.

...that's it for now.

HURRAH!


RECENT PRISM COMICS FEATURES

OUT AND PROUD OF IT!
[Color Commentary, Posted 11/13/08]
After a considerably long wait, Queerbait #2 made its debut at San Diego Comic Con 2008. Originally published by Heroscribe Comics, Queerbait is now hitting the stands thanks to William “Lynx Delirium” Tyler and Carabosse Comics. For those who may have missed the first issue, Queerbait is an LGBT-related anthology comic that allows various creators to showcase stories geared specifically towards the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered community. Queerbait

ZAN'S LITTLE COMIC-CON DIARY: FRIDAY
[Spectrum, Posted 7/26/08]
Join Zan as he takes you on a tour of the wonders that awaited him at Comic-Con International on Friday! Power Girls, Iron Men, singing mad scientists, erotic comics, and one friendly LGBT creator after another. It's like you were there. Seriously.

FAIRIES TELL ARRIVES FROM CARABOSSE
[News, Posted 12/14/05]
Recently Carabosse Comics announced its newest project from creator Lynx Delirium. Fairies Tell, a new ongoing series, follows classic children's stories, nursery rhymes and fairytales, but with a twist. The stories are told from the point of view of the actual fairies who witnessed the events. The fairies say the stories that you have come to know are all lies. Presented here are the events in their true form as told to and illustrated by Lynx Delirium. "It's a project I've been…


RECENT OFFSITE FEATURES

REVIEW: A WASTE OF TIME
[Source: cxPulp, Added: 10/27/11]
I found this book riveting and hard to put down. It’s very relatable whether you’re gay, straight, or an anthropomorphized rabbit. It’s a little ironic that a comic with so many animal proxies...

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