C.T. Phipps is a lifelong student of horror, science fiction, and fantasy. An avid tabletop gamer, he discovered this passion led him to write and turned him into a lifelong geek. He is a regular blogger on The United Federation of Charles and Grimdark Magazine.
C.T. Phipps is also the creator of the popular tabletop RPG setting, Halt Evil Doer!!. He is also the author of the superhero novel series, The Rules of Supervillainy, Cthulhu Armageddon, and Lucifer's Star.
- Agent G
- Agent G: Infiltrator
- Agent G: Saboteur
- Cthulhu Armageddon
- The Supervillainy Saga
- Lucifer's Star
- Lucifer's Nebula
- Red Room
- The United States of Monsters
- Wraith Knight
- Monster Hunter: Blood Trails (Legends of the Monster Hunter Book 4)
- Horror, Humor, and Heroes Volume 3: New Faces of Science Fiction
- At Hell's Gates 2: Origins of Evil
- At Hell's Gates 3: Bound by Blood
- Humanity 2.0: Emergence
- Art of War: Anthology for Charity
C.T. Phipps blogs here:
His works contain the following tropes:
- Antihero: All of his protagonists are one variety of this or another.
- All Myths Are True: Seems to be the case in his urban fantasy and superhero books.
- Author Appeal: Goth girls seem to make a disproportionate number of appearances in his books.
- Cape Punk: The genre for The Supervillainy Saga. It's a Deconstruction of superhero morality when it's not zig-zagging into Reconstruction territory.
- Cthulhu Mythos: Is one of the modern writers of it with Cthulhu Armageddon.
- Darker and Edgier: Seems to write a lot of his books from the perspective of villains as well as Gray and Gray Morality.
- First-Person Smartass: All of his novels have so far starred this. He seems incapable of actually writing someone who isn't one, actually.
- Subverted by Wraith Knight. Jacob Riverson is, instead, the straight man.
- Pop-Cultured Badass: Both Derek Hawthorne (Esoterrorism) and Gary Karkofsky a.k.a Merciless (The Supervillainy Saga) are these.
- Agent G is a Downplayed Trope example as he's a serious movie buff and enjoys watching Youtube instead of television.
- Urban Fantasy: His predominate genre along with Cape Punk.
- Troper: Is one and an author.
- Sliding Scale of Comedy and Horror: Is mentioned in interviews as something he enjoys playing with.
- Space Opera: One of the genres he writes in with Lucifer's Star.
- Villain Protagonist: The case for a good half of his books.
- World of Snark: Every one of his characters seems to be somewhat sardonic and catty.