Daniel Merlin Goodbrey

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Daniel Merlin Goodbrey
Nationality English
Area(s) Writer
Notable works
Brainfist
Iron Man 2020: Endless Stolen Sky
The Rule of Death

http://www.e-merl.com

Daniel Merlin Goodbrey is an English writer and online pioneer known for his work in webcomics and the British small press.

Biography[edit]

Goodbrey became well known as a creator of experimental digital comics and hypercomics.

He is the inventor of the Tarquin engine,[1] a flash script for creating online webcomics. Understanding Comics creator Scott McCloud has used the Tarquin engine for the creation of some of his comics.[2] He is considered a webcomics pioneer.[3]

His recent works include Iron Man 2020 for Marvel Comics.[4]

Goodbrey currently lives in Welwyn Garden City where he lectures in Narrative & Interaction Design at The University of Hertfordshire.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Six-Gun: Tales of an Unfolded Earth (Hyperfiction) [5]
  • I Bleed Scorpions (British small press comic) [6]
  • Mr. Nile - The Illustrated Bastard (British small press comic) [7]
  • Brainfist (webcomic)
  • All Knowledge is Strange (webcomic)
  • The Last Sane Cowboy and Other Stories (AiT/Planet Lar)[8]
  • "Emperor None" (with Brian Denham, in Giant-Size Avengers Special #1, Marvel Comics, February 2008)[9]
  • Iron Man 2020: "Endless Stolen Sky" (with art by Lou Kang, in Astonishing Tales #1-6, Marvel Comics, April–September 2009)[9]
  • The Rule of Death (with art by Douglas Noble, webcomic, Serializer)
  • Necessary Monsters (with art by Sean Azzopardi, webcomic)[10]

Awards[edit]

  • Isotope Award for Excellence in mini-comics in 2004
  • Isotope Award for Excellence in 2005 for 'The Last Sane Cowboy' [11]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ [1]. Webcomicsnation, March 6, 2009
  2. ^ [2]. Mimi's Last Coffee, ret. March 6, 2009
  3. ^ [3] Alex Fitch, ret. March 6, 2009
  4. ^ [4]. Jennifer M. Contino, March 6, 2009
  5. ^ [5] Alexander Danner, ret. March 6, 2009
  6. ^ [6] Matthew Povey, ret. March 6, 2009
  7. ^ [7] Andrew Luke, ret. July 12, 2009
  8. ^ [8]. AiT/Planet Lar, ret. March 6, 2009
  9. ^ a b Daniel Merlin Goodbrey Marvel Comics Digital Comics, ret. March 6, 2009
  10. ^ [9]. Comic Book Resources, ret. March 6, 2009
  11. ^ [10] Comic Book Resources, ret. March 6, 2009

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