|David Paul Brown
Website: Carabosse Comics
Bio: David Paul Brown is Vice President of Lynx Delirium's Carabosse Comics. In addition to handling most of the business side of the company and working as Lynx's assistant, he was the inspiration for the character Ratboy, who has become one of Carabosse's most popular creations. In an ironic twist, David fashioned a costume based on the Ratboy character and is now the official Ratboy model, posing and making appearances at the Carabosse Comics table at conventions.
David has also done some editing for Carabosse Comics and hand-lettered the one-shot The Goth Queen Needs a Mate with an original font he created. He aspires to advance his artistic talents and become more of a contributor to Carabosse Comics publications in the future.
David is currently acting as the manager for the Prism Comics online store. He spent time volunteering at the Prism Comics booth at the San Diego Comic Con, and may be seen at other events where Prism has a booth.
RECENT PRISM COMICS FEATURES
DAVID'S GLEEK-O-RAMA COMIC-CON BLOG FOR THURSDAY, JULY 23RD!
[News, Posted 7/23/09]
Hi-Ho, Queer Readers! Your intrepid reporter David, back for more self-inflicted Comic-Con abuse (So You Don't Have To).
After a bumpy but on-time flight late last night, I finally dragged myself into the Con just in time to find the Prism Booth in full swing (David-Paul and Ted did a fab job this year!). Of course, I had to hack my way through the crowds. And I ask--is there any sign of a recession? Not with people lining up days for Twilight events and the exclusive Comic-Con Wonder…
HARD HEROES PARTY A SUCCESS!
[News, Posted 8/21/06]
The third HARD HEROES PARTY in Los Angeles was a big success. The evening was sponsored in part by Prism, and everyone who attended was a hero - raising $2,600 for BEING ALIVE, a grassroots Southern California HIV/AIDS charity. The crowd reached capacity during the evening at MJ'S BAR with dozens of guys and a few gals in super hero and villain costumes. Seen during evening were multiple Supermen, an older Superboy, a couple of Flashes, a couple of Robins and Batmen, Green Lantern, Capt.…
QUEERGEEKBLOG - COMIC-CON SATURDAY!
[News, Posted 7/23/06]
Okay, Saturdays are always bad at the Con. But it got to the point this year that full-sized Ratboys descended upon the Prism booth and no one blinked an eye (well, except for Zan who seems to be....uh...what are you doing?).
This madness also makes it the best day, at least in terms of the freaks that come out to flaunt their freakiness. I have to say, the costuming has really jumped in quality. I remember sitting through the official Masquerade Ball and thinking, why bother? But we had…
PRISM'S COMIC-CON CREATOR SIGNING SCHEDULE
[News, Posted 7/19/06]
To further help fans at Comic-Con: International plan their days (what--The Gay Agenda isn't enough?), here's the full signing schedule by day and time for the Prism Comics booth (#2148):
Thursday3-4 pm Chip Kidd
Fridaynoon-1 pm Surge of Power1-2 pm Eric Schlegel2-3 pm Jeff Krell3-4 pm Darren Davis & Terrance Griep4-5 pm Greg Rucka & Jen Van Meter6-7 pm Dave Davenport
Saturday11-noon Tim Fishnoon-1 pm Darren Davis & Terrance Griep1-2 pm …
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…
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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...