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    Cartoonist Jeff Krell, creator of the classic gay cartoon series “Jayson”, opens up the vault and shares rare comics, photos and other treasures as he tells the story of how “Jayson” came to be. The comic strip, which takes a lighthearted look at gay life in the big city, debuted in 1983 in the Philadelphia Gay News, then achieved national acclaim in Gay ComixMeatmen, and in syndication. Join Krell as he takes you through “Jayson’s” early years, sees him to the highest heights and into the depths, then celebrates his triumphant return for new adventures.

    The History of Jayson… So Far by: Jeff Krell Original price was: $2.99.Current price is: $0.00.

    Cartoonist Jeff Krell, creator of the classic gay cartoon series “Jayson”, opens up the vault and shares rare comics, photos and other treasures as he tells the story of how “Jayson” came to be.

    The comic strip, which takes a lighthearted look at gay life in the big city, debuted in 1983 in the Philadelphia Gay News, then achieved national acclaim in Gay Comix, Meatmen, and in syndication.

    Join Krell as he takes you through “Jayson’s” early years, sees him to the highest heights and into the depths, then celebrates his triumphant return for new adventures.

  • The first full-length collection of irreverent and sweet comic strips from Rick Worley. Foul-mouthed, sex-obsessed and misanthropic, Rick is no ordinary cute cartoon rabbit. The strips in this hysterically funny, surprisingly sweet collection range from fantasy tales about a closeted fundamentalist teddy bear, an oversexed fox, and a doomed robot love affair to autobiographical comics that share maybe a little too much information about the author.

    A Waste of Time by: Rick Worley $7.99$19.99

    The first full-length collection of irreverent and sweet comic strips from Rick Worley. Featuring a foreword by StevieD and EvilJeff from the Comic Book Queers podcast.

    Foul-mouthed, sex-obsessed and misanthropic, Rick is no ordinary cute cartoon rabbit. The strips in this hysterically funny, surprisingly sweet collection range from fantasy tales about a closeted fundamentalist teddy bear, an oversexed fox, and a doomed robot love affair to autobiographical comics that share maybe a little too much information about the author. In their quest for contentment, the characters fail, fail, and sometimes fail again, but they never stop looking. There’s always the chance they’ll find that one person who was worth the search.

    Or maybe not.

    RAVES:

    “There’s a brutal frankness and honesty coming from these foxes and teddy bears that you rarely see anywhere else. Comics are the one of the last havens to be truly offensive and beautifully unapologetic.” — from the foreword by StevieD and EvilJeff from the Comic Book Queers podcast.

    “Beautifully drawn, hilarious, wistful, profane and very human. Rick Worley’s A Waste of Time knocked me out.” — Robert Kirby, creator of Curbside, Boy Trouble and THREE.

    “Rick Worley’s insightful A Waste of Time comic strips are simultaneously tender and perverse—like his bunny.” — Howard Cruse, author of Stuck Rubber Baby and Wendel.

  • Everyone is Someone’s Fetish is the fourth volume of Finn and Charlie Are Hitched, and the first in full color!

    Everyone is Someone’s Fetish by: Tony Breed $4.99$12.00

    Everyone is Someone’s Fetish is the fourth volume of Finn and Charlie Are Hitched, and the first in full color!

    Finn and Charlie Are Hitched is a weekly slice-of-life comic about a gay couple—Finn and Charlie, who are married—and their friends. There’s Candy, who has just become reacquainted with the daughter she gave up for adoption 22 years ago, Krys. There’s Corey, a young gay man trying to figure out who he wants to be, and his on-again, off-again indie-rock boyfriend, Ken, who has become Krys’s best friend. There’s Finn’s neurotic brother Gus, and there’s Nina and Mike and their two kids, the very manic Katie, and their special-needs toddler, Bennie.

  • 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.

    Shirtlifter #1 by: Steve MacIsaac $3.99

    Winner of Prism Comics first annual Queer Press Grant, 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.

    This new edition features re-inked, and in some cases redrawn, artwork and 8 pages of bonus material including alternate pages, sketches, and a feature on the evolution of a comics panel from inspiration to completion.

  • 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.

    Fearful Hunter #3 by: Jon Macy $4.99$12.00

    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.

    The digital edition includes special features including all new design and cover artwork and 10 sketchbook pages.

    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

  • 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”.

    Fearful Hunter #2 by: Jon Macy $4.99$12.00

    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 digital edition includes special features including all new design and cover artwork and 25 sketchbook pages.

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

  • Rickets the broken robot and Prester the born again teddy bear finally discover the whereabouts of the elusive Bill Watterson; he’s spent decades as the prisoner of a deranged Jim Davis, forced to draw Garfield comics! Can our heroes rescue Watterson from the clutches of this commercial enterprise, or have they arrived too late?

    A Waste of Time #3 by: Rick Worley $2.99$4.99

    Rickets the broken robot and Prester the born again teddy bear finally discover the whereabouts of the elusive Bill Watterson; he’s spent decades as the prisoner of a deranged Jim Davis, forced to draw Garfield comics! Can our heroes rescue Watterson from the clutches of this commercial enterprise, or have they arrived too late?

  • 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”.

    Shirtlifter #4 by: Steve MacIsaac, Justin Hall, Ilya, $4.99

    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”.

  • Can We Skip to the Part of the Conversation Where I Get My Way? compiles the first two years of Finn and Charlie are Hitched, a webcomic telling the story of a married gay couple, their friends, and their adventures in domesticity.
    Can We Skip to the Part of the Conversation Where I Get My Way? by: Tony Breed $4.99$10.00
    Can We Skip to the Part of the Conversation Where I Get My Way? compiles the first two years of Finn and Charlie are Hitched, a webcomic telling the story of a married gay couple, their friends, and their adventures in domesticity.
  • From 1995 to 1998, David Kelly’s “Steven’s Comics” ran in LGBT and alternative newspapers around the country. This comic strip explored the world of a sensitive boy coming of age in the seventies, with all its joys, quirks, and heartbreaks. Rainy Day Recess: The Complete Steven’s Comics collects the entire Xeric-Award-winning series in one volume suitable for young adult and adult readers, with additional material created specially for this collection.

    Rainy Day Recess: The Complete Steven’s Comics by: David Kelly $6.99$19.99

    From 1995 to 1998, David Kelly’s “Steven’s Comics” ran in LGBT and alternative newspapers around the country. This comic strip explored the world of a sensitive boy coming of age in the seventies, with all its joys, quirks, and heartbreaks. Rainy Day Recess: The Complete Steven’s Comics collects the entire Xeric-Award-winning series in one volume suitable for young adult and adult readers, with additional material created specially for this collection.

    The book also includes a foreword by advice columnist and It Gets Better Project founder Dan Savage; Northwest Press will be making a donation to the It Gets Better Project with every copy sold.

    Includes a foreword by It Gets Better founder Dan Savage.

    PREVIEWS:

    You can read a preview of Rainy Day Recess: The Complete Steven’s Comics right here on the site.