Clyph by David Lee Ingersoll
Clyph (1996)

David Lee Ingersoll is primarily a self taught artist. He began doing minicomics in 1989, publishing his own stories in the series 'Cheap Thrills', 'The Highly Unlikely Adventures of Moe and Detritus' and, with his brother Glenn as the writer, 'The Davey Thunder/Jack Lightning Show'. He also contributed stories and illustrations to a variety of minicomics and zines, including Factsheet Five in the USA. This led to the Brave New Words published comic 'Misspent Youths'. From 1995 to 1999 he was part of the Labor of Love Artists Cooperative in Seattle contributing to both the magazine and newspaper versions of GLYPH. He also took on illustrating RPG manuals and supplements, as well as the comic 'Oz Squad', various websites and (slowly) working on a variety of graphic novels, such as 'Sentient 39'. He married the writer Sarah Byam in 1994.

Oz Squad by David Lee Ingersoll

Last updated: 2008-09-12

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