2011 Challenger – Barry Linck

| October 19, 2011 | 1 Comment

Barry Linck has been producing and publishing comic books for 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 currently is doing the art chores on the webcomic ‘Weirdlings’ and working on his third 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.

I was attracted to the challenge because of how much comics I do. With that many comics, you need a lot of characters!

 

http://phinmagic.com

Category: 2011, Participants

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Barry Linck has been producing and publishing comic books for well over a decade. 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 currently is doing the art chores on the webcomic ‘Weirdlings’ and working on his third 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?).

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  1. Looks like you have a nice variety of characters dude, can’t wait to see what you come up with during the challenge.

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