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  • SHIRTLIFTER is a series of queer-themed short fiction comics from STICKY artist Steve MacIsaac. This second issue contains ten short autobiographically-themed pieces about gay marriage, passing for straight, safe-sex negotiation, on-line dating, the legality of bi-national relationships, and other topics relevant to contemporary queer life.

    Shirtlifter #2 by: Steve MacIsaac $4.99

    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 second issue contains ten short autobiographically-themed pieces about gay marriage, passing for straight, safe-sex negotiation, on-line dating, the legality of bi-national relationships, and other topics relevant to contemporary queer life.

    The expanded digital edition features full-page introductions to each story and 16 bonus pages with alternate versions of some of the finished stories.

  • Shirtlifter is a series of queer-themed short fiction comics from STICKY artist Steve MacIsaac. The third issue of this award-winning series collects the first three chapters of MacIsaac’s online serial “Unpacking”, about the development of a relationship between a commitment-phobic graphic designer and a corporate executive who isn’t quite everything he seems. This third volume also features contributions from Justin Hall (Hard to Swallow) and a new cartoonist named Fuzzbelly. Hall’s contribution is an excerpt from his upcoming graphic novel The Liar, while Fuzzbelly’s is an autobiographical rumination on eroticism.

    Shirtlifter #3 by: Steve MacIsaac, Justin Hall, Fuzzbelly, $4.99

    Recipient of Prism Comics first annual Queer Press Grant, SHIRTLIFTER is a series of queer-themed short fiction comics from STICKY artist Steve MacIsaac.

    The third issue of this award-winning series collects the first three chapters of MacIsaac’s online serial “Unpacking”, about the development of a relationship between a committment-phobic graphic designer and a corporate executive who isn’t quite everything he seems. This third volume also features contributions from Justin Hall (Hard to Swallow) and a new cartoonist named Fuzzbelly. Hall’s contribution is an excerpt from his upcoming graphic novel The Liar, while Fuzzbelly’s is an autobiographical rumination on eroticism.

    The expanded digital edition features newly enhanced scenes and bonus artwork.

  • I Love You, You Big Weirdo compiles the second 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.
    I Love You, You Big Weirdo by: Tony Breed $4.99$12.00
    I Love You, You Big Weirdo compiles the second 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.
  • How Would I Know if You’re Dreaming? is the third volume of Finn and Charlie Are Hitched, and contains comics run online in 2010 and 2011. It includes such storylines as Charlie’s Indie Rock Beard, Finn’s Dream, Candy’s Long-Lost Daughter, and When Finn Met Charlie.

    How Would I Know if You’re Dreaming? by: Tony Breed $4.99$12.00

    How Would I Know if You’re Dreaming? is the third volume of Finn and Charlie Are Hitched, and contains comics run online in 2010 and 2011. It includes such storylines as Charlie’s Indie Rock Beard, Finn’s Dream, Candy’s Long-Lost Daughter, and When Finn Met Charlie.

    Finn and Charlie Are Hitched is a slice-of-life comic about a gay couple and their friends. It was nominated for an Ignatz award in 2011 in two categories: Outstanding Online Comic and Promising New Talent.

    “Humor isn’t hard to find in comics, and keen observations of life and relationships are common enough in art, but rarely are these two qualities combined as enjoyably as they are in Hitched.” – Jeffrey Brown, author of Clumsy and Darth Vader and Son

  • Created and edited by Robert Kirby, Three is an all-color queer comics anthology series featuring 3 new stories by 3 different creators or groups of creators per issue. This second “all-duos” issue features comic collaborations by Britain’s Sina Evil and Jon Macy, author of the Lambda Award-nominated Teleny and Camille; alt-comics vets Jennifer Camper teamed with cover artist Michael Fahy; and “Go-Go Girl” creator Craig Bostick with the author of Rainy Day Recess, David Kelly.

    Three #2 by: Rob Kirby, Craig Bostick, David Kelly, Jennifer Camper, Jon Macy, Michael Fahy, Sina Sparrow, $2.99

    Created and edited by Robert Kirby, Three is an all-color queer comics anthology series featuring 3 new stories by 3 different creators or groups of creators per issue. This second “all-duos” issue features comic collaborations by Britain’s Sina Evil and Jon Macy, author of the Lambda Award-nominated Teleny and Camille; alt-comics vets Jennifer Camper teamed with cover artist Michael Fahy; and “Go-Go Girl” creator Craig Bostick with the author of Rainy Day Recess, David Kelly.

  • This issue, the first in four years, concludes Steve MacIsaac’s “Unpacking” graphic novel. Starting in Shirtlifter #3, “Unpacking” follows Matt, a gay graphic designer living in Vancouver. Newly-single after the sudden dissolution of an eight-year relationship, Matt is living in a new apartment he can’t seem to quite move into, and is wary of becoming involved with anyone ever again. His commitment to remaining single is challenged when he begins spending time with Connor, an Australian-ex pat who identifies as straight, is married to a woman, and seems to be the only person capable of cutting through Matt’s defenses. Also features new stories from Jon Macy and Eric Kostiuk Williams.

    Shirtlifter #5 by: Steve MacIsaac, Jon Macy, Eric Kostiuk Williams, $4.99$14.95

    This issue, the first in four years, concludes Steve MacIsaac’s “Unpacking” graphic novel. Starting in Shirtlifter #3, “Unpacking” follows Matt, a gay graphic designer living in Vancouver. Newly-single after the sudden dissolution of an eight-year relationship, Matt is living in a new apartment he can’t seem to quite move into, and is wary of becoming involved with anyone ever again. His commitment to remaining single is challenged when he begins spending time with Connor, an Australian-ex pat who identifies as straight, is married to a woman, and seems to be the only person capable of cutting through Matt’s defenses.

    Also features new stories from Jon Macy and Eric Kostiuk Williams.

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    The Mark of Aeacus Book One

    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?

    The Mark of Aeacus #1 by: Charles “Zan” Christensen, Mark Brill, $2.99$4.99

    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”!

     

  • Cartoonist Tom Bouden (Max and Sven, The Importance of Being Earnest) invites you to meet Sarah, a young woman whose life is about to be turned inside out when she discovers that’s she’s HIV positive.

    Join Sarah and her partner, Tim, as they take the journey together through shock and uncertainty, pre-dawn pill schedules, side-effects, well-meaning friends, tasteless jokes, medical missteps, and ultimately, hope.

    Positive by: Tom Bouden $3.99$12.99

    Cartoonist Tom Bouden (Max and Sven, The Importance of Being Earnest) invites you to meet Sarah, a young woman whose life is about to be turned inside out when she discovers that’s she’s HIV positive.

    Join Sarah and her partner, Tim, as they take the journey together through shock and uncertainty, pre-dawn pill schedules, side-effects, well-meaning friends, tasteless jokes, medical missteps, and ultimately, hope.

    “Positive is a story with the universal message of how to live life without being afraid,” writes GayLeague.com‘s Joe Palmer in the introduction. “This is the story I wish I’d been able to read after my diagnosis years ago. It is the story I hope everyone regardless of his or her sero-status will have the opportunity to read and by which to be inspired.”

     

  • Sale!

    Jack’s adventure as the Bearer of The Mark of Aeacus continues. A mysterious stranger appears at the foot of Jack’s bed, tells him the secrets of the mark of power that he bears, then tells him he must die. Can Jack’s mysterious new powers save him… or would we all be better off if they didn’t?

    The Mark of Aeacus #2 by: Charles “Zan” Christensen, Mark Brill, Terry Blas, $2.99$4.99

    Jack’s adventure as the Bearer of The Mark of Aeacus continues. A mysterious stranger appears at the foot of Jack’s bed, tells him the secrets of the mark of power that he bears, then tells him he must die. Can Jack’s mysterious new powers save him… or would we all be better off if they didn’t?

    The digital edition of this book adds 25 bonus pages, including Mark Brill’s original pencil artwork and a bonus pinup by Briar Hollow artist Terry Blas!

  • An ebook compilation of Howard Cruse’s gay-themed comic strips and comic book stories published between 1976 and 2008, with supplementary background material and a few unpublished extras. Some stories originally appeared in adults-only underground comix; for that reason this book carries a “for mature readers” warning.

    From Headrack to Claude by: Howard Cruse $5.99

    An ebook compilation of Howard Cruse’s gay-themed comic strips and comic book stories published between 1976 and 2008, with supplementary background material and a few unpublished extras. Some stories originally appeared in adults-only underground comix; for that reason this book carries a “for mature readers” warning.

    The included iPad EPUB edition of the book also links to Sean Wheeler’s half-hour documentary I Must Be Important, ’Cause I’m in a Documentary! which shines a spotlight on Howard Cruse’s life and career.