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Fearful Hunter #1

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From the author of the Lambda Literary Award winning Teleny and Camille comes the first installment of a tale about young lovers in a queer Celtic fantasy world. Oisin, a druid on the eve of his initiation, meets Byron, a troubled werewolf, and they fall in love, but will they be allowed to remain together?

Full series collection available for preorder on Kickstarter!

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Full series collection available for preorder on Kickstarter!

From the author of the Lambda Literary Award winning Teleny and Camille comes the first installment of a tale about young lovers in a queer Celtic fantasy world. Oisin, a druid on the eve of his initiation, meets Byron, a troubled werewolf, and they fall in love, but will they be allowed to remain together?

The digital edition includes special features including all new design and cover artwork, video book trailers for books one and two, and eight sketchbook pages.

Fearful Hunter was the recipient of the 2010 Prism Comics Queer Press Grant.

73 pages, black-and-white.

3 reviews for Fearful Hunter #1

  1. News of the Right

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    “Let’s get the basics out of the way first: Jon Macy’s art in “Fearful Hunter” is superlative. His “Teleny & Camille” was great, but he has (as he should) gotten stronger, more Macyesque imagery on the page. Boffo. And basic number two: the erotic charge of the story is part of the story and not the only story or, worse, filler to bring the book to an even number of pages. I read comics for the stories; I read nifty.org to get off. Macy has kindly brought two of my hobbies together.” Read Sean McGrath’s review on News of the Right.

  2. Broken Frontier

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    “Like Teleny and Camille, we once again see his beautiful black-and-white art, but now he has proven his talent as an original writer, as well. It’s a rare gift that a natural storyteller has skill with both words and images, but Macy does. He’d have to; else a comic book this ambitious could have teetered off the cliff of originality into the chasm of the clichéd with but the faintest breath. Macy’s Fearful Hunter is a treasure worth every penny.” Read Steven Surman’s review on Broken Frontier.

  3. The Gay Comics List

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    “What I particularly liked in this comic is the general atmosphere of the story and the way art enhances it. There’s no violence, nothing overly dramatic happening. It could be a cute, common love story, and there are elements of that, but the fantasy aspects add a mythical quality that brings it to a whole higher level. Jon Macy’s art is also beautifully suited to that blend…” Read François Peneaud’s review on The Gay Comics List.

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