Tim Fish

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Tim Fish
Born1970 (age 47–48)
New Hampshire
Area(s)Writer, penciled, inker
Notable works
Cavalcade of Boys
I (heart) Marvel: My Mutant Heart
Iron Man: Titanium
Saved by the Bell: Freshman Year

Tim Fish (born 1970) is a comic book author and artist, known for the comics Arche-Lady, Cavalcade of Boys, the webcomic anthology Young Bottoms in Love, as well as books for Marvel Comics such as I (heart) Marvel: My Mutant Heart and a Iron Man and Nation X.

Early life[edit]

Fish was born in 1970 and attended the University of New Hampshire, where he had a twice-weekly comic strip running in the college newspaper, The New Hampshire, and started a 100-issue superhero comic called Arche-Lady. Tim began drawing strip comics at a young age, eventually evolving to mini comics and short graphic novels. His inspiration includes comics from the 1950s -early 1980s (specifically works of Alex Toth, Jack Kirby, Hugo Pratt, and Walt Simonson).[citation needed]


Fish, who is openly gay,[1] is known for his slice-of-life/romance print comic, Cavalcade of Boys. Cavalcade has been released in trade paperback format . Comics by Fish appeared regularly in Boston LGBT newspaper Bay Windows and in Brazilian magazine DOM from 2007-2008. Fish ran the daily webcomic anthology Young Bottoms in Love, which was published by Poison Press in graphic novel form in 2006 and features work by comic artists such as Howard Cruse, Paige Braddock, Abby Denson, Robert Kirby and Jack Lawrence. Fish also wrote the graphic novel, Strugglers, and has contributed to several anthologies.

After completing his last graphic novel in 2009, Fish's work has primarily been published in anthologies. Fish wrote and drew a Cannonball/Lila Cheney story for Marvel Comics, I (heart) Marvel: My Mutant Heart and a Northstar story in Nation X #2, as well as writing an Iron Man story published in 2010. His short stories have been reprinted by Oni Press and Fantagraphics, and he adapted an excerpt of Emily Bronte's novel Wuthering Heights for Seven Stories Press.

Personal life[edit]

Fish has lived in St. Louis, San Diego, and (currently) Boston.[citation needed]



  1. ^ Weiland, Jonah (February 10, 2004), "Queer cartoonists speak out at APE", Comic Book Resources

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