The adventures of Phineus and Sara. He casts spells,
Barry Linck has been producing and publishing comic books for over 2 decades. As writer, artist and creator, he has continued to produce his fan favorite ‘Phineus: Magician for Hire’ and ‘Gil: The Walking Dead (or Vampires Suck)’, a monthly comic strip. Barry served as artist on ‘Khozyain Protocol’, and contributed artwork for ‘The Creators’ and ‘Reverie’. Barry collaborated with Brian Babyok on such titles as ‘Pan’, ‘Phineus: The Glamour’, and ‘Dark Time’ An avid fan of role playing games, Barry co-created ‘Backwaters of Mysticism’ with John Burris. Barry did the art chores on the webcomic ‘Weirdlings’ and working on his 7th volume of ‘Phineus: Magician for Hire’ and ‘Creephunter’ & ‘The Pocket Pulp Project’ with Mike Wood all while raising a family in Pittsburgh. I hope to some day sell out and have really bad Saturday morning cartoons of my stuff (they still do have Saturday Morning cartoons, yes?).
"Ruins on a Moonlit Landscape", "The Glamour" & "The Great Jaguar Paw" written by Brian Babyok
Brian is an IT manager, writer and Guru of Weirdlings.com
"Creephunter" & "The Quick & the Undead" written and created by Mike Wood
Mikey Wood started writing and drawing comics as an excuse to buy weekend passes to comic book conventions. From his meager debut in 2000-something with SOLITAIRE: WORKING CLASS HERO and TALES FROM KIRBY'S DINER, Mikey has gone on to write and/or provide artwork for various titles of his own including LOVE IN A TIME OF SUPER-VILLAINS, LOOKING OUT TOWARD THE SEA, and BOBBY CARTER: CREEPHUNTER (with art by the one-man-house-of-creations Barry Linck). He currently provides the artwork for the somewhat successful indie comic HATE YOUR FRIENDS (written by Kristin Blank) and is the creator/writer/sometime-artist of the collaborative "jam" project PACK OF LIES: A POCKET PULP MYSTERY along with some of the Pittsburgh area's most up-and-coming fellow creators.
Phineus Logo created, and "Baby Talk" written by Chrissie LinckEdit
Chrissie is manager at a prominent manufacturing company in Pittsburgh. Chrissie is an accomplished graphic designer & artist. She is also married to Barry , pray for her.
"The Werewolf Conundrum" is created, written and drawn by Noeland CollinsEdit
Noeland Collins is an artist, writer, filmmaker, and prop builder. He broke into comics working on scrubs in scrubland with friend Marshall Dillon. He currently works on The Werewolf Conundrum for Piffle Productions, and web publishes the cyberpunk comic GRAFT, and the supernatural western 6 Bullets Fast. He's working with his older brother Andy on both comics and films, and in his spare time helps keep the Raw Studios message boards free of spammers and malcontents. He co-designed and built a pair of prop guns for Vogster Entertainment's Four Horsemen.
He's written, directed and photographed a handful of short and feature films. He also does work as a storyboard artist, and T-shirt designer. He's designed for companies such as Fashion Victim, Coca Cola, Disney, and MGM Grand. facebook.com/noeland|
"Phineus 2022: Do Cyborg Demons Dream of Electric People?", "Have A Drink On Me" & "Phineus and the Scarf: The Curious Case of the Were-Scarf!" Written By Jason BenderEdit
Pittsburgh fimmaker and comic artist who ate too many Nerds candies as a child. Reading my interests and such, you'll see I like entertainment, and to entertain. I come off timid at first, but once you get me talking, that's all she wrote. facebook.com/JasonWolfmanBender
"The Mother of All Monsters" Written and drawn by Jon TowersEdit
In the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and seventy four Jon Towers was born unto a small and disintegrating city in Ohio called Elyria. He survived many years of a brutal string of broken homes and childhood negligence. In his freshman year of high school he placed in a Scholastic Art show, winning no money, glory or prestige from the accomplishment he was driven to enlist in the US Army after graduation. He spent four long years traveling the world as a combat engineer during this time he lived in Germany and Seattle, and he even survived Octoberfest in Munich surrounded by drunk Germans. He was honorably discharged from the Army in 1996 with numerous awards andcommendations. He Graduated from The Art Institute of Pittsburgh in 1999 with honors. He moved back to the Cleveland area where he found work as a graphic designer. At this time he attended pro wrestling School in 1999 and went on to work for numerous small independent wrestling promotions beating people up and causing as much carnage and blood shed as he could. He occasionally appeared on a local radio show to promote events. As a supervisor of security he has worked many special events including three Super Bowls, and a Mardi Gras. In 2004 Jon released his graphic novel "The Heart Of Abracax, The New Apocrypha Book 1". In 2005 Jon opened a one-man art show called "Gnosis Of The Pilgrim" featuring 28 watercolor paintings. In 2005 he paid for and was given an honorary Doctorate degree in Divinity from the Universal Life Church. In 2007-2008 Jon wrote a series of news and editorial styled articles for Pittsburgh Free Press. In 2009 he released an 11-issue comic book series called "The Nonstandard Assembly".
He also maintains a web site featuring and promoting his work; www.jonnyaxx.com. Jon lives in a miserable self-abusing downward spiral in the Pittsburgh area.Edit
"The Brain Eaters" colored by & "Agnes Beam" Written and drawn by Glenn CsonkaEdit
Inks on "The Glamour" By Wayne Wise
Check out my web site at www.wayne-wise.com for more info if you're really interested. I have an MA degree in Clinical Psychology, I work in a comics shop (Phantom of the Attic in the Oakland section of Pittsburgh), and I'm a writer/artist. I've worked professionally as a comics artist and a freelance music journalist. A couple of years ago my first novel, King Of Summer, was published. You can find it on Amazon. Really.
I've rejoined the world of comics publishing. There's a web comics site called Drunk Duck. If you create an account you can post your own comics (as well as comment on others). I've started posting pages of Grey Legacy, the comic Fred Wheaton and I self-published back in the 90's. You can see it here. I'm also working as an inker on two other series. They are Chaos Punks (written by Brian Babyok and pencilled and colored by Scott Hedlund), and The Glamour (written and coloredby Brian Babyok and pencilled by Barry Linck).
"Rotwang" additional inks by Anad?Edit
Anad is a father and graphic designer and artist from Cannonsburg, PA.