Turns out the end of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” was just the opening that the terrorists were waiting for! This witty, sexy, spy tale sends up Republicans, the War on Terror™ and gay clichés from A to Z. The end of the world was never so fabulous!
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?
Oisin, a shy young druid, lives in a ferocious world of sacred sexuality and erotic elder gods. When he falls for Byron, a simple wolf who only mates for life, their love threatens the plans of those who desire a forbidden power. Do the star-crossed lovers stand a chance when lascivious Druid masters and savage elder gods threaten their fragile new relationship?
Hard to Swallow Comics was launched with a simple premise: that erotic comics should be great stories as well as being sexy. The series ran from 2006 to 2009 and featured everything from werewolves and skater ghosts to pirates and porn stars. Now the whole series—plus a whole issue’s worth of new material—has been collected into one deluxe volume!
Jon Macy, longtime contributor to gay comics publications such as Gay Comics and Boy Trouble, has adapted a moving and erotic gay love story from Oscar Wilde’s classic Teleny: Or the Reverse of the Medal.
Camille, a wealthy young gentleman in Victorian London, falls in love with the handsome and mesmerizing pianist Teleny. While Teleny performs on stage, the two star-crossed lovers discover they share a psychic link in the form of an erotic vision. While Camille struggles to resist his homosexuality Teleny is being pursued by others. After telepathically witnessing the erotic encounters Teleny has with both sexes, Camille attempts suicide. Teleny rescues Camille physically and emotionally with his rapturous love forsaking all others. In this newfound happiness Camille tries to forget that Teleny owes much of his success to the generosity of the women who desire him.
Fans of gay comics and gay love stories will devour this sensual tome.
“Unpacking” is a deep-dive into the mind of a recently-separated guy who’s struggling to forgive, having trouble letting anyone else into his life, and unable to risk getting hurt again in order to find someone. When is it a good idea to follow your heart? How do you end it and not hate each other afterwards?
SHIRTLIFTER is a series of queer-themed short fiction comics from STICKY artist Steve MacIsaac. This first issue features the self-contained story “Unmade Beds.” Set amidst the gay expatriate culture of Tokyo, the comic is a quiet and lyrical examination of cross-cultural adjustment and sexual parity.
From the author of the Lambda Literary Award winning Teleny and Camille comes the third installment in a tale about young lovers in a queer Celtic fantasy world. Druid Oisin and werewolf Byron explore the town and the werewolf camp to find each others’ pasts, while the Druid masters hatch their plot to separate the boys.
From the author of the Lambda Literary Award winning Teleny and Camille comes the second installment in a tale about young lovers in a queer Celtic fantasy world. Druid Oisin and werewolf Byron attempt to save their budding romance from erotic tentacled gods and jealous sorcerers. Also includes the short story, “The Farmer and the Fox”.
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. 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”.