Websites: Quantum Male Art, Joe’s Gallery, The Quantum Blog
Bio: Best known as the originating artist of the super-hero feature Sentinel (later Pride) written and edited by Andy Mangels for Gay Comics, J.A. Fludd is a New York-based writer and artist specializing in creating his own super-hero/science fiction characters and worlds.
Joe is presently taking an extended break from work in the comics medium but continues to create and sell work. He is now offering male physique and celebrity male nude art at regular auctions on www.eBay.com. (User name "jafludd.") Joe plans to resume comics work at a point to be determined in the future, and has just opened a new Blog to showcase his auction and commission work.
RECENT PRISM COMICS FEATURES
WONDER WOMAN DAY IV: OCTOBER 25TH ALL-AGES EVENTS BENEFIT OREGON AND NEW JERSEY DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION AGENCIES
[News, Posted 10/19/09]
Portland, OR - Debuting in American comic books during World War II, super-heroic star Wonder Woman is one of the most recognizable female icons in the world, thanks to almost seventy years of published adventures and a popular television series in the 1970s that became an international phenomonon. Now, for the fourth year in a row, the fictional heroine brandishes her Amazon bracelets and golden lasso as a star-spangled symbol of a charity benefit for three of Portland's outstanding domestic…
WONDER WOMAN DAY III - OCTOBER 26, 2008 - A SENSATIONAL SUCCESS! CHARITY EVENT RAISES OVER $26,000!
[News, Posted 11/25/08]
Portland Event Raises Over $22,500 For Local Shelters and Crisis LineNew Jersey Event Raises Over $4,100 For Local Shelter
All-Star Art Auction, Costumed Heroes, and Huge All Ages Crowds!
Portland, Oregon, November 25, 2008 - The totals are in, and America's most famous super-heroine helped raise over $26,600 at the annual "Wonder Woman Day" events. Following worldwide coverage of the first two years, the event was again concurrently held on October 26th at Excalibur Comics in…
WONDER WOMAN DAY III IN PORTLAND, OR AND FLEMINGTON, NJ ON OCTOBER 26, 2008!
[News, Posted 10/15/08]
Wonder Woman Day III - October 26, 2008 in Portland, OR and Flemington, NJ Is An Outstanding Benefit For Domestic Violence Shelters & Crisis Line
All Ages Events Spotlight World's Most Famous Super-Heroine And Features Sensational Art Show And Auction!
Portland, Oregon, October 14, 2008 - One of the most recognizable female icons in the world, Wonder Woman debuted in American comic books during World War II, and was the super-heroic star of a popular television series in the 1970s. Now,…
WONDER WOMAN DAY II RAISES OVER $27,000 FOR CHARITIES
[News, Posted 11/16/07]
Portland, Oregon, November 7, 2007 — America's most famous super-heroine was the star at the second annual "Wonder Woman Day" event. After world-wide coverage, the event expanded to two communities this year, concurrently held on October 28th at Excalibur Comics in Portland, Oregon and Comic Fusion in New Jersey. The free all-ages event in Portland, organized by best-selling author Andy Mangels, included a trio of comic book creators signing Wonder Woman comics, as well as a silent art auction…
WONDER WOMAN DAY II ON OCT. 28: A SENSATIONAL BENEFIT
[News, Posted 10/19/07]
Portland, Oregon — Wonder Woman debuted in American comic books during World War II, and was the super-heroic star of a popular television series in the 1970s. Now, for the second year in a row, the heroine serves as a star-spangled symbol for a charity benefit for Portland's most protective domestic violence shelters — Raphael House and Bradley-Angle House — and the Portland Women's Crisis Line. Excalibur Comics will host "Wonder Woman Day" on Sunday, October 28th from 1pm to 6pm. The…