- Patrick Conlon (artist)
Patrick Conlon is an illustrator and tattooist in
New York. He wrote and illustrated the graphic novel "Swarm", and collaborated with Michael Manning, another fetish artist, on "The Tranceptor Series".
In the 1990s Conlon worked as a tattooist in the San Francisco shop "Everlasting".Inote|Horitaka|Horitaka where he works whenever on the West coast. He can also be found at two shops in NYC, one called Macdougal Tattoo. In the late 1990s he designed the characters and shared the illustration of "The Tranceptor Series" with Michael Manning. He completed the first volume of his painted graphic novel "Swarm" in 2002 and began working on a second. Volume 1 was published in June 2004. Part 2 has been published in sections in "Sizzle" magazine but has yet to be published in one book. By September 2004 he was working with Manning on the second book in "The Tranceptor Series".Inote|Sez G|SezG
"Swarm" is an erotic graphic novel in which a matriarchy with sexually active queen serviced by a swarm of servile males is threatened by the Planet Eater. It owes a debt to "Heavy Metal" comic strips such as
Richard Corben's "Den" and Serpieri's "Druuna".
He has a daughter.Inote|Manning|Manning
* [http://www.nbmpub.com/eurotica/econlon/conlonhome.html Conlon at Eurotica/Amerotica]
* [http://www.totalknockoutproductions.com Patrick Conlon at Total Knockout Production]
* Conlon, Patrick; Manning, Michael. "Tranceptor: The Way Station (Tranceptor Series)", (San Francisco: Amerotica, 1998). ISBN 1-56163-211-2.
* Conlon, Patrick. "Swarm Vol. 1", (New York: NBM, 2004). ISBN 1-56163-396-8
* [http://www.sweetchastity.com/who02.shtml "Fetish Artists Directory"] . Retrieved
July 6 2005
* [http://www.tattooartistmagazine.com/issue4/horitomo.html Horitaka, 'Horitomo', "Tattoo Artist Magazine" #4 (June 2005)] . Retrieved
July 6 2005.
* [http://www.thespidergarden.net/news.php3 Manning, Michael. 'News', "The Spider Garden" (2004)] . Retrieved
July 6 2005.
* [http://www.eros-london.com/articles/2004-09-07/mmanning/ Sez. G. 'Michael Manning', "Eros London" (
24 September 2005)] . Retrieved July 6 2005.
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