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?
Punk music, pickup trucks, and psychedelic earth magic add an urban spin to this captivating queer Celtic fantasy world.
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 the classic Teleny: Or the Reverse of the Medal. attributed to Oscar Wilde and his circle of writers and poets.
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.
Read the entire first chapter right now! (This preview has had a few images obscured in order to make it more acceptable for general audiences; the full graphic novel is sexually explicit and is intended for adult readers only.)
Interview with Outlook Columbus — “The bottom line? This book is fun. It’s unique, academic and sexy. Teleny and Camille is far and away the most innovative gay novel of the past few years. I caught up with other Jon Macy to talk about his creation.” — Mackenzie Worrall
Northwest Press Interview on Comic Book Queers — Comic Book Queers’ EvilJeff takes over L.A. with the help of Zan Christensen of Northwest Press who brings his lackeys Justin Hall, creator of Glamazonia: the Uncanny Super-Tranny and Jon Macy, he of Teleny & Camille fame.
Interview on The Feast of Fun podcast — “Based on Teleny, the secret round-robin novel written by Oscar Wilde and his anonymous circle of friends, the classic work of erotica is now visually re-interpreted by Macy in all its lush, sexual excess. Join us as we take a look at the origins of modern gay culture in Victorian England, the origins of one guy one jar, the complicated man that was Oscar Wilde and how to cruise for sex in ye merrie olde England.”
From Ashley Guillory comes a story of a first kiss… inspired by the music of One Direction!
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.
“Amazing! I love Young Bottoms in Love.” — Alison Bechdel (Fun Home, Are You My Mother)
Cavalcade of Boys welcomes the reader on a journey into the lives and loves of several young gay men drawn from the imagination of artist and author Tim Fish. Each vignette touchingly romps through modern love in this follow up to Fish’s coming of age graphic novel, Strugglers.
Victor Hodge’s legendary zine, Black Gay Boy Fantasy, gets the deluxe treatment in this first new 40-page collection containing the first three zines plus bonus illustrations in color and black-and-white, plus a variant back cover.
Cavalcade of Boys chronicles the romantic adventures of a group of gay men. Volume 2 follows Tommy’s life of debauchery, as well as the brewing sexual triangle of college-boy roommates Eric, Micah and Sam. And whatever did happen between Tighe and Murphy? Find out as the cast continues to make a mess of things in and out of the bedroom!
Tighe, the confused boy, struggles to find himself. Tracey, the girl with too much ambition, struggles to make it big. Alison, the girl with no ambition, struggles to ignore her meddling friends. And Mike struggles to find someone to love.
Sharing a hip Saint Louis apartment, these friends face only the problems we all deal with… finding jobs, boyfriends, bars, and bands. Their struggles end only as they begin to grow up.
Originally presented as “Meet Me in Saint Louie” on the Modern Tales Longplay site in June 2003, this edition adds more than 20 pages of new story and art, and many extras.
A graphic novel collection of the gay comic series featuring bittersweet adventures in gay dating, complicated soap-opera relationships, dating and tricking mishaps. Lots of fun and games. Volume 3 collects issues 7, 8, and 9 of the series, plus exclusive material and a story done for the Prism Comics annual guide to LGBT comics.
Will Tighe recover from his comeuppance? Who is Warren’s freaky stalker? With Micah out of the picture, will Eric fall for Sam… or someone else?
Fidelity and honesty on trial!
Party boy James Michael Chase can’t stand his boyfriend Terry’s secretive nature. And Terry suspects James Michael is messing around on him. The couple’s relationship dissolves quickly, resulting in a custody battle over their dog, and their humorous fight for love and understanding of each other.
The bold and funny graphic novel, a stylistic departure for Fish along with colorist William O. Tyler, delivers the long-awaited second half to this homo-satirization, partially serialized at Popimage.com as “The Tragic Something or Other”.
Cavalcade of Boys series creator Tim Fish (Strugglers, Love is the Reason) presents this new installment in full color. Trust/Truth was written as a stand-alone romantic comedy featuring familiar Cavalcade characters and will appeal to fans of the original series, gay and straight alike.
135 pages, full color.
Love is the Reason follows the lives and loves of four big city bachelors as they muck about modern romance. The intertwined stories of Aubrey, Michael, Chase, and Tighe are at times dark, sexy, romantic, and funny.
Creator Tim Fish (Cavalcade of Boys, Strugglers) delivers this complete stand-alone story, expanding the 2007-2008 newspaper serial with 50% book-exclusive material in this new original graphic novel.
Inspired by shounen-ai manga—melodramatic Japanese comics by girls about gay boys—Tough Love is a teen romance and coming-out story about a shy boy named Brian. More realistic than Japanese manga, this story centers on the relationships Brian develops with the boy he likes, Chris, and Julie, the girl who befriends him. Serious issues like gay bashing, suicide, and coming to terms with one’s own sexual identity are depicted with an honest, gentle touch. Socially relevant, fun, immediately accessible, and a bit of a soap opera, Tough Love helps gay teenagers to be more comfortable with themselves and less troubled, especially when they’re feeling alone and misunderstood.
148 pages, black-and-white.
It’s Zelda’s welcome back party! Prepare yourself for a night of flirting, dancing, chowing-down, drinking, processing, and drama! (Not to mention the morning-after hangovers… and the guests who decided to stay over!)
You get every in-print Northwest Press book published to date, plus all the digital editions in 3 formats, with no digital-rights-management (so you can put them on as many devices as you want).
Included is everything in the video, plus our latest releases: A Waste of Time #3, Dash #4, Mama Tits Saves the World, and Hard to Swallow!)
30 books and comics in all—take a look at the full list here—a $500 retail value!
O Human Star is a long-form online comic by Blue Delliquanti that started in 2012. It follows the story of Alastair Sterling, an inventor who wakes up in a lifelike robot body sixteen years after his death and must come to terms with the unfamiliar, futuristic world that is the result of his work and his legacy. Along the way he reunites with his former research partner and comes face to face with another robot whose mind is a copy of Al’s – and is living as a teenage girl.
O Human Star is a 2015 Ignatz nominee for Outstanding Online Comic and its creator was one of the recipients of the 2012 Prism Comics Queer Press Grant.