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Los Angeles born and Midwest raised, B. Alex Thompson is a comic book writer, screenwriter, letterer, and artist who has done work for Alias Enterprises, Approbation Comics, Arcana Studios, Lion Forge Comics, and Graphic Planet. Thompson is mostly known for his humor/horror title Chaos Campus: Sorority Girls vs. Zombies which has over twenty-five issues released with more in the works.
In 2002 Thompson made his legitimate comics debut with Vampires Unlimited: Shades of Things to Come, a full-color indie comic book series published by Approbation Comics. The series follows the exploits of humans genetically altered with the vampire virus as they try to deal with their new lives by running a New York underground goth nightclub. Characters include Osiris, Red Rum, Guardian, D-Bone, but stars Pandora Doll who stands out due to her asymmetrical punk blonde and blue haircut.
The Vampires Unlimited storyline is split into miniseries and others include Wolves, The Lazarus Factor, and Quick Bites.
ChiSai debuted in May 2005 within the pages of Approbation Comics’s Myriad anthology. The first ChiSai story subtitled “Karma” introduced the concept. In the story, Thompson chronicles the life of young Shy Stevens, an 18 year girl whose life was torn apart in every way imaginable, yet she dedicates herself to crawling from the wreckage and settling the score. But once she’s rebuilt her life and goes about getting revenge on her tormentors, she faces risking her new life and family to settle her old scores. She does this armed with a bulletproof uniform and weapons from traditional ninja to cutting edge military grade.
Chaos Campus: Sorority Girls vs. Zombies is a humor/action/horror series that follows three sorority sisters (Jamie, Paige, and Brittany) as they fight for survival during a zombie apocalypse. Chaos Campus is planned to be a sixty issue story split into three 20-issue acts. The first act (#1-20) has been released and the second act (#21-40) are currently being produced and released.
Thompson has acted in three projects from film company “Feathered Italian Films.” First an unnamed victim role in the feature film, “The Legacy,” written and directed by Jason Crowe and Roni Jonah. Second as the character “Lewis” in the feature film, “Hell House,” also by Crowe and Jonah. Third as the character “Alex” in the short film “Trepan,” written and directed by Jonah.