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This release is in pre-order: it will ship to customers in early December.
QU33R, from Ignatz-Award-nominated editor Rob Kirby, features 241 pages of new comics from 33 contributors—legends and new faces alike.
264 pages. 7″x8.5″. Full color.
In 2012, Justin Hall edited a book called No Straight Lines: Four Decades of Queer Comics, that took readers on a journey from the beginnings of LGBT comics history to the present day. QU33R is an all-new project featuring queer comics legends as well as new talents that picks up where No Straight Lines left off. We’ve set down our history, now QU33R shines a light on our future!Select options
The Lavender Menace: Tales of Queer Villainy!$9.99
Thirteen short stories of terror, mayhem, and destruction which offer something highly unique in a genre that demands certain characters be only heroes or victims… gay villains! Prose collection with an introduction by Lambda Literary Award winning editor Tom Cardamone.Select options
Anything That LovesFrom: $9.99
From confessional, personal accounts to erotic flights of fancy to undersea identity politics, this collection of comics invites the reader to step outside of the categories and explore the wild and wonderful uncharted territory between “gay” and “straight”.Select options
The fourth issue of Steve MacIsaac's SHIRTLIFTER contains another standalone episode of “Unpacking”, MacIsaac's graphic novel in progress, which he began in issue three. Matt is a Vancouver graphic designer who has begun spending time with a visiting businessman. The catch? The businessman is straight. And married. And their no strings relationship begins to get tangled.Select options
This issue also features an excerpt from “The Liar” by Justin Hall (Glamazonia, Hard to Swallow) and selection of “Dick” strips from Ilya (End of the Century Club). The digital edition contains 12 pages of bonus materials giving readers a look behind the scenes in the creation of “Unpacking”.
Young Bottoms in Love$9.99
Young Bottoms in Love compiles a sampling of the acclaimed webcomic anthology and includes more than 40 creators, from award-winning comics professionals to top amateur talent. Proceeds from the sale of this digital book benefit Prism Comics, a nonprofit organization supporting LGBT comics, creators and readers.Select options
Shirtlifter #3From: $3.99
SHIRTLIFTER is a series of queer-themed short fiction comics from STICKY artist Steve MacIsaac. The third issue of this award-winning series collects the first three chapters of MacIsaac’s online serial “Unpacking”, about the development of a relationship between a committment-phobic graphic designer and a corporate executive who isn’t quite everything he seems. This third volume also features contributions from Justin Hall (Hard to Swallow) and a new cartoonist named Fuzzbelly. Hall’s contribution is an excerpt from his upcoming graphic novel The Liar, while Fuzzbelly’s is an autobiographical rumination on eroticism.Select options
THREE #3From: $2.99
THREE #3, published with the aid of the Prism Comics Queer Press Grant, brings you all-new queer comics goodness, starting off with an 8 page Wuvable Oaf tie-in story by Ed Luce; “Fly Like an Eagle,” from Carrie McNinch, which tells of her stoner-teen high school years back in 1979 Los Angeles; and “Oh No!” a crazy, very funny all-star comics jam instigated by Jen Camper, featuring Jen, Ivan Velez, Jr., Howard Cruse, Diane DiMassa, Ellen Forney, Joan Hilty, and editor Robert Kirby.Read More
THREE #2From: $2.99
Created and edited by Robert Kirby, THREE is an all-color queer comics anthology series featuring 3 new stories by 3 different creators or groups of creators per issue. This second “all-duos” issue features comic collaborations by Britain’s Sina Evil and Jon Macy, author of the Lambda Award-nominated Teleny and Camille; alt-comics vets Jennifer Camper teamed with cover artist Michael Fahy; and “Go-Go Girl” creator Craig Bostick with the author of Rainy Day Recess, David Kelly.Read More
Robert Kirby has teamed up with Northwest Press for a digital edition of his comics anthology THREE. This terrific book offers three stories from three different creative teams each issue, and features the cream of the crop of queer comics talents. The first issue includes stories from Eric Orner (The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green), Joey Alison Sayers (Thingpart, Just So You Know) and Robert Kirby (Boy Trouble, Curbside).Select options