Victor E. Hodge|
(1968? - living) U.S.A.
Victor E. Hodge is a mystery and horror writer and illustrator living in Washington, D.C. "Black Gay Boy Fantasy" (a.k.a. BGBFantasy) is a mini comic about black gay and lesbian life in Washington, D.C. It began as a one-shot strip for the 1996 DC Black Lesbian and Gay Pride Guide. The first issue was sold at Boston's Outwrite '98.
Those characters also starred in the "Little Dramas" comic strip which was featured on the Women In The Life website. His amateur black gay detective, Rene C. Clayton premiered in a short story called "Justifiable Disappearance" under the Spring 1999 edition of Blithe House Quarterly website.
The "too-short lived" strip, "Federal Barbee" appeared in the Department of Interior's GLOBE ("gay lesbian-or something other") newsletter. He also has a story in "Unsafe For All Ages 2" by Charles "Zan" Christensen called "Recognition." The first two issues of BGBF were re-printed in Jaime Cortez's "Turnover." "Bad Day", starring long term couple, Derrick and Rodney from BGBF were published in Jen Camper's "Juicy Mother 2".