Patrick Neighly

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Patrick Neighly is a former journalist currently working in the Hollywood VFX industry. He is better known in some quarters for writing several comic books and graphic novels, including the prescient Subatomic, which predicted both domestic spying by the NSA and an Edward Snowden-esque response to it in the aftermath of 9/11. His comic book work has been published in the US and France.

Neighly has undertaken limited work for hire, generally restricted to editing and ghost writing for publishers such as Disinformation and former manga giant Tokyopop. This work is usually published under a number of pseudonyms. Neighly briefly contributed a number of columns on the small press comics space to prominent portal Newsarama. As a journalist and editor he has contributed to a number of print magazines, including Asian Century, America's Network, Bandwidth, CFQ, CommsDayGlobal, The Euronet and 3G Americas. Neighly has also contributed media content to UK portal Telecom TV.

Bibliography[edit]

  • First Lady (with Stephen R. Buell, Mad Yak Press, 2005)
  • Subatomic (with Jorge Heufemann, Mad Yak Press, 2004 ISBN 0-9717995-1-2)
  • Anarchy for the Masses (with Kereth Cowe-Spigai, Disinformation, 2004 ISBN 0-9713942-2-9)
  • Texarkana (with Donny Hadiwidjaja, Mad Yak Press, 2005 ISBN 0-9717995-3-9)
  • The Supernaturalists (with Jorge Heufeman, Mad Yak Press, 2005 ISBN 0-9717995-4-7)
  • Black-Eyed Susan issues 1 and 2 (with Donny Hadiwidjaja, Mad Yak Press, 2007 ISBN 0-9717995-7-1)

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