Leland Purvis

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Leland Purvis is a comic book writer and artist, best known for his black and white series Vóx and Pubo.

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Purvis was nominated for the 2004 Ignatz Award for Promising New Talent for his work on Suspended in Language. He was also the recipient of a 2000 Xeric Foundation grant to support the creation of Vóx.

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As writer and artist[edit]

  • Vóx #1-4 (of 4), Pack Rabbit Press, 2000-2003
    • collected in Vox : collected works, 1999-2003, Absence of Ink Comics, 2004
  • Pubo #1-3 (of 3), Dark Horse Comics, 2002-2003
    • collected in Pubo, Dark Horse Comics, 2003
  • Vulcan & Vishnu, a web-comic

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As contributor[edit]

  • The Monon Street Power Collective 1, (Various artists and writers), Welsh El Dorado Press, 2004
  • 24seven, (various artists and writers), Image Comics, 2006
  • "The First Move" (writer: Elizabeth Genco) in Smut Peddler #3, Saucy Goose Press, 2006

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