Nisha Rathode (Editor)

Patrick Alexander (cartoonist)

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Pen name  PA, Patch, Panic
Genre  humour, gag humour
Role  Cartoonist
Nationality  Australian
Name  Patrick (cartoonist)
Patrick Alexander (cartoonist) wwwchickennationcomwebsitestuffpatrickalexan
Born  Western Australia, Australia
Occupation  Cartoonist, writer, artist, publisher, designer

Patrick Alexander (Reid) is an Australian cartoonist.

Alexander is known for his creations, Raymondo Person, The Wraith, Pink Chickens, which ran for thirteen issues of the Australian kids magazine, Mania from 2001 until 2002 before being replaced by Tobias & Jube which continued in the kids magazine, Krash between 2005 and 2006. Alexander then moved to Sydney and was employed as a deputy editor for Total Gamer.

Alexander then was employed by Eegra, a video gaming website, to produce a weekly web comic.

In 2011 a copy of Alexander's AAAAAAAH received a degree of popularity at the Dark Horse Comics offices, which led the publisher Mike Richardson to engage him to work for them. Alexander's creations have appeared in Dark Horse Presents #1 (April 2011 -AAAAAAAH and Personally Quiz), #2 (June 2011 - The Wraith); #3 (August 2011 - Indecisive Man) and #4 (September 2011 - Teenagers). Alexander has described The Wraith as a character "partly based on Othello, although with some changes and additions". More recently his works were included in Dark Horse Presents #22 (March 2012 - Villianman); #26 (July 2013 - Steggy Wilmot and Spimps); #28 (September 2013 - Mrs Plopsworth's Kitchen) which is described as "somehow manages to be adorable and disturbing at the same time, although words like 'surreal', 'endearing', 'hilarious', and 'grotesque' could apply as well."; and #36 (May 2013 - Bunbun and Sadhead and Job Interview).


Patrick Alexander (cartoonist) Wikipedia

Similar Topics
The Rocker (film)
Carlos Alzugaray Treto
Jakob Olsson