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  • 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 #4 by: Jon Macy $4.99

    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

  • 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.

    Strugglers by: Tim Fish $6.99

    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.

  • Witness the birth of Jeff Krell’s gay icon in this brand-new collection of Jayson’s earliest, most provocative adventures. Includes first appearances in the Philadelphia Gay NewsGay Comix and Meatmen; classic catfights; and a cliffhanger ending that’ll leave you begging for more.

    Jayson: Best of the 80s by: Jeff Krell $3.99

    Witness the birth of Jeff Krell’s gay icon in this brand-new collection of Jayson’s earliest, most provocative adventures.

    Includes first appearances in the Philadelphia Gay News, Gay Comix and Meatmen; classic catfights; and a cliffhanger ending that’ll leave you begging for more.

  • 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.

    Trust/Truth by: Tim Fish $6.99

    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.

  • The Mummy, restored to full horrifying power, holds L.A. captive. Dash wields the only weapon capable of stopping him, but when the truth of what Zita has been hiding is revealed, will he? The detective’s life is changed forever in the final chapter of The Case of the Mysterious Zita Makara!

    Dash #6 by: Dave Ebersole, Vinnie Rico, Delia Gable, $2.99$4.99

    The Mummy, restored to full horrifying power, holds L.A. captive. Dash wields the only weapon capable of stopping him, but when the truth of what Zita has been hiding is revealed, will he? The detective’s life is changed forever in the final chapter of The Case of the Mysterious Zita Makara!

  • 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 BoysStrugglers) delivers this complete stand-alone story, expanding the 2007-2008 newspaper serial with 50% book-exclusive material in this new original graphic novel.

    Love is the Reason by: Tim Fish $6.99

    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.

  • In this sequel to his best-selling graphic novel Maybe…Maybe Not, Ralf König tells us what happens once the honeymoon is over for newlyweds Axel and Doro—and how they once again cross paths (and lock horns) with Norbert and Waltrina. Could Axel really be cheating on his pregnant wife? With another man? Ralf König’s screwiest comedy yet will have you saying “Maybe…Maybe Not Again!

    Maybe… Maybe Not Again! by: Ralf König, Jeff Krell, $3.99$14.95

    In this sequel to his best-selling graphic novel Maybe…Maybe Not, Ralf König tells us what happens once the honeymoon is over for newlyweds Axel and Doro—and how they once again cross paths (and lock horns) with Norbert and Waltrina. Could Axel really be cheating on his pregnant wife? With another man? Ralf König’s screwiest comedy yet will have you saying “Maybe…Maybe Not Again!

    English translation by Jeff Krell (Jayson).

  • Mike continues his search for his origin and finally finds something… something with sharp teeth and too many hands!

    Bludgeon #1 by: Jeremy Owen, Greg Freeland II, A. N. Cargo, $2.99

    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.

  • Jayson’s second decade in comics picks up where Jayson: Best of the 80s left off. Will Jayson marry Ed? Is Arena gone for good? And what about Jayson’s mother? Plus close encounters with Christian telemarketers, Sapphic saleswomen, and oversexed aliens. Welcome to the Gay 90s!

    Jayson: Best of the 90s by: Jeff Krell $3.99$9.95

    Jayson’s second decade in comics picks up where Jayson: Best of the 80s left off.

    Will Jayson marry Ed? Is Arena gone for good? And what about Jayson’s mother? Plus close encounters with Christian telemarketers, Sapphic saleswomen, and oversexed aliens. Welcome to the Gay 90s!

  • 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.  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.

    Tough Love: High School Confidential by: Abby Denson $6.99

    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.