Jack, a shy, tortured young man, hooks up with a mysterious stranger at a bar and loses himself in an intense and exhilarating night with him in his hotel room, during which he sees visions of bloodshed and ancient gods. In the morning, he discovers he’s been branded with a mysterious tattoo—the one his mysterious stranger had—and is now imbued with dark and brutal powers. But will those powers be enough to save him from a vicious gang attack?
28 pages, color.
The digital edition of this book includes 45 pages of bonus features including promotional art, earlier versions of full pages, and the evolution of “The Mark”!
Pride High is an award-winning independent comic book series about a gay-straight alliance at a high school for superpowered youth.
This collection assembles the first seven issues of the fan-favorite series, optimized for digital reading, as well as a foreword by Fanboys of the Universe Editor-in-Chief Chance Whitmire, bonus sketches, creator bios and a brand-new cover illustration.
Pride High writer and co-creator Tommy Roddy was the co-recipient of Prism Comics’ 2008 Queer Press Grant.
A burly man with a secret shows up in Albuquerque with more questions than answers and tangles with… the oversharing barista? This is the first in a new superhero comic series, introducing the characters and story.
While an ancient Egyptian mummy stalks the streets of LA, Dash searches for the ancient relic that can stop him. But when his search brings him to his deceased lover’s house, will he be able to face the ghosts of his past to stop the horror all around him?
From the author of the Lambda Literary Award winning Teleny and Camille comes the fourth and final installment in a tale about young lovers in a queer Celtic fantasy world. Werewolf Byron races to be reunited with Druid Oisin before malevolent forces control the gods themselves!
Fearful Hunter was the recipient of the 2010 Prism Comics Queer Press Grant.
“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.” — Steven Surman, Broken Frontier
Mike continues his search for his origin and finally finds something… something with sharp teeth and too many hands!
Written and drawn by Jeremy Owen, with editing and story collaboration by Greg Freeland II. Features pinup art by Greg Freeland II & A. N. Cargo.
Tour the Greek myths at the heart of the erotic thriller series The Mark of Aeacus in this gorgeous illustrated storybook. The classic stories are retold by Charles “Zan” Christensen with a modern perspective, with striking full-page illustrations by multiple Eisner Award winner, Eric Shanower (Age of Bronze, The Emerald City of Oz).
From the moment Kitty, a ballerina doll, is assembled in the Doll Factory, she questions her existence. She ends up in a suburban home where a little girl plays domestic games with her and Soccer Scotty, a male doll happy with the status quo. The restless Kitty escapes, along the way meeting Army Jim, a military action figure. He’s heading for Dolltopia, where dolls have created their own society, separate from humans. She joins him on the journey and the biggest adventure of their lives! They give themselves makeovers, meet a helpful black cat and other free-thinking dolls, lead a raid on the Doll Factory, and Kitty undergoes plastic surgery by Dolltopia’s mysterious Doctor. Just as she’s getting settled in, Soccer Scotty tracks her down. Things get even worse when a human discovers Dolltopia! Acclaimed graphic novelist Abby Denson brings her trademark manga- and punk-inflected style to this imaginative graphic novel.
Picking up right where issue #1 left off, Mike finds himself at a local gay bar, The Tackle Box, with Alice and some new friends. But the night is cut drastically short when Mike falls under a mysterious force.
Written by Jeremy Owen and Greg Freeland III, art by Owen with Freeland.
Mike continues his quest for answers, while attempting a social life. Soon he finds that keeping his secrets is harder than he had hoped.
Written by Jeremy Owen and Greg Freeland III, art by Owen. Featuring pin-up art by ME & Butch McLogic!