Farel Dalrymple


Farel Dalrymple

Farel Dalrymple is a US artist and alternative comics creator. He is best known for his award-winning comics series "Pop Gun War".

Overview

One of the founders of the New York City-based Meathaus Collective, Farel Dalrymple has received several awards, including a Xeric Foundation grant, a 2002 Society of Illustrators Gold Medal, and a Russ Manning Award nomination. His comic "Pop Gun War" had been optioned and a film is rumoured to be in pre-production. His bibliography includes:

Comics drawn for other writers:

* (2002) "Grendel: Red, White & Black #4" - anthology, written by Matt Wagner (Dark Horse Comics)
* (2003) "Caper #1-4" - written by Judd Winick, first arc of a 12-issue series (DC Comics)
* (2005) "Bizarro World 2" - anthology, written by Dylan Horrocks (DC Comics)
* (2007) "Omega The Unknown" - ongoing series, written by Jonathan Lethem (Marvel Comics)

In addition to the various "Meathaus" anthologies, his own stories appeared as or as part of:

* (2002) "Happy Endings" - anthology (Dark Horse Comics)
* (2003) "AutobioGraphix" - anthology (Dark Horse Comics)
* (2003) "Pop Gun War" - 2001-2002 award-winning series (collected by Dark Horse Comics)
* (2004) "Typewriter #6" - anthology (Popzero at Top Shelf Comics)
* (2005) "Project: Superior" - anthology (AdHouse Books)

He has also drawn biblical themes for various projects, including:

* Parts of the "Flaming Fire Illustrated Bible" project [http://flamingfire.com/bible.html]
* "Proverbs & Parables" for New Creation Publications

Dalrymple currently resides in Portland, Oregon, where he is currently working on the second volume of "Pop Gun War", to be published by Dark Horse Comics, as well as illustrating the 10 issue series "Omega the Unknown", written by author Jonathan Lethem and coming from Marvel Comics.

External links

* [http://www.fareldalrymple.com/ Farel Dalrymple.com] - The official Farel Dalrymple website : [http://www.fareldalrymple.com/comics.html Sample comics pages] - [http://www.fareldalrymple.com/illustration.html Sample illustrations]
* [http://www.lambiek.net/artists/d/dalrymple_farel.htm Farel Dalrymple profile] at Lambiek
* [http://www.popimage.com/content/viewnews.cgi?newsid1011240780,75145, January 2002 interview with Dalrymple] at PopImage
* [http://www.popimage.com/content/viewnews.cgi?newsid1048661727,67902, March 2003 interview with Dalrymple] at PopImage
* [http://ptless.org/fdalrymple/ A partial Farel Dalrymple bibliography]


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