Hello! I’m Donathin Frye, author of the comic series I, Necromancer and a number of other terrible tales. I’m an energetic guy, passionate about collaborative storytelling, and so I’m always juggling a lot of projects. You should totally follow me on Twitter! I love meeting new people there. You should also check out my very awesome Patreon campaign! Current Offer: Any Patreon backers who pledge for the first time this November from, this site, or increase their pledge amount this month, will get a special shout out and link to a site of their choosing in every I, Necromancer update through the end of 2017! Inquiries: I am available for contract work as an editor or writer. PM me with inquiries. What Can You Read Right Now? Read Now! One part Dungeons & Dragons, one part Breaking Bad, one part Lovecraft. In the frozen halls of Lu'Ghul Castle lingers Vanion Knightwood, an ancient elvish Necromancer. As he reflects on his tragic past, his ambition, and being a father, he prepares to unleash an unholy plague on Mankind. I, Necromancer tells the ghoulish story of Vanion and the ragtag band of flawed adventurers who oppose him. You can learn more about I, Necromancer online at my Patreon site. And if space opera is more your thing, check out Shane W. Smith’s 700 page space opera anthology, All the King’s Men! My graphic novella, Survivor, is featured there, and my character Vladimir Gromov plays heavily into the anthology’s ongoing story! Hard to beat 700 pages of outer space rebellion and strife for the price of a pizza. Hey, look, it’sa me! Holding a copy of ALL THE KING’S MEN open to one of my pages! NEWS (10.31.2017) Happy Halloween! It's been a crazy start to the fall season. Here's what's coming up: After a successful Kickstarter (thank you for your support!), I've had some fantastic news on the comic book front. This upcoming winter, my urban fantasy series Rewind will be published regularly by Amigo Comics, and I'm very excited to be working with the very talented El Torres to bring this story to life. Rewind is urban fantasy, but it also deals with Native life, Shawnee mythology, oil pipelines, corporate racism, and other very real issues like addiction, strained family relationships, and identity. It's a story that I'm very passionate to share, and one that's very personal to me in a number of ways. I'll be sure to let you know when you can get a copy, if you're not following the project on my Patreon campaign! Meanwhile, with the first two chapters of I, Necromancer published on ComiXology, I'm very excited to share that I've relaunched the series with a new art direction (with fantastic @Mharz on inks and @SNOWDON on colors), on the sort of amazing EncounterRP Network. The Network has a huge following from D&D/Tabletop designers and fans, spanning articles, podcasts, livestreams and videos. I, Necromancer will be their first foray into publishing webcomics, and their support so far has been incredible! The grim fantasy world that I've been writing for the past year or so will be a great fit there, and I'm very excited to be a part of the effort to bring the worlds of webcomics and entertainment D&D/RPGs together. Here's a preview with art from upcoming projects below. I, Necromancer Chapter Three Teaser Panels, art by Mharz and Snowdon Banner Art for DICE TRIBE, my upcoming radio drama/D&D podcast, by artist Ketsuo Tategami Thanks for stopping by! Feel free to hit me up with questions or to chat any time!