Leia Weathington’s sword-and-sorcery epic The Legend of Bold Riley is illustrated by Leia and a host of talented artists. “Who is Bold Riley?” you might ask. She has hunted the wildest game and dallied with countless beautiful girls, but still longs to know the world beyond the city walls. Princess Rilavashana SanParite, called Bold Riley, leaves behind her station and sets out to travel through distant lands and find forgotten ruins, fearsome enemies, inscrutable gods and tragic love.
Bold Riley—who has set out to find adventure in the lands beyond her home of Prakkalore—comes across a fragment of bone that shares a tale of lost love. Riley tries to reunite the lost spirit with its beloved, but soon discovers that all is not as it seemed…
During a stormy night and under the influence of some surprisingly strong pipe weed, Bold Riley glimpses a shape of what’s to come. Now, somewhat less burdened by sorrow, she heads towards the Atratan Desert in search of the powerful city state of Kabumzala.
Bold Riley, still reeling from a tragic loss, continues southward with no real destination or purpose. On the desolate Broken Head Moors, she’s rescued from a terrible storm by an aged weaver whose fantastic tapestries may foretell the shape of what’s to come.
So what is evil? What makes a person a “villain?” Is it intent to harm…or is it something deeper than that? Each one of the thirteen authors in this amazing collection has taken a completely different approach to answering this question. They have gone above and beyond expressing the idea of evil and supervillainy. They get to the bottom of why villains are the way they are, and what they hope to gain from it. These are dangerous women wielding Absolute Power… and they’ll be glad to let you know exactly why you should fear them.
See, Jane had this great job at the newspaper. Well… it was a great job, but then you know how it goes with every job; it starts to be not so great. Or maybe it was never great, but Jane was just too green to know the difference.
Sorry, I’m getting a little ahead, here. What you really want to know, is how Jane met Chelle…
Meet Jane and the whole cast of characters in Jane’s World in this special preview edition of Paige Braddock’s beloved series.
Duck! Second Chances is about lesbians living and loving in Boston, it is about community and friendship, loyalty and dancing and house parties. It is about soulmates and friends with benefits. It is about how love keeps you moving forward and how nothing is impossible when you have your best friend by your side. Nominated for a Lambda Literary Award for LGBT Graphic Novel!
When Cat’s phone rings in her Boston apartment at 5 am, she knows who it is even before she wakes up. The only person crazy enough to call her at that hour is her hyperactive best friend, Duck. Duck’s just gotten an urgent, cryptic call from her problem-child younger brother, Luke. He’s in jail in New Mexico and she’s got to get down there to bail him out. More importantly, she’s got to talk some sense into him before he throws his life away.
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.