Capitol Hillbillies
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Capitol Hillbillies Volume One

3 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(3 customer reviews)

$6.99$19.99

Find out why Capitol Hillbillies is a comic strip like no other in this deluxe collection with almost 200 strips chronicling the adventures of four gay dudes in Seattle. Dating, video games, plenty of sex jokes, and even a unicorn for good measure. A must for any LGBT reader! Foreword by Ed Luce (Wuvable Oaf)!

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Find out why Capitol Hillbillies is a comic strip like no other in this deluxe collection with almost 200 strips chronicling the adventures of four gay dudes in Seattle. Dating, video games, plenty of sex jokes, and even a unicorn for good measure. A must for any LGBT reader!

Includes a foreword by Ed Luce (Wuvable Oaf)!

144 pages, color.

3 reviews for Capitol Hillbillies Volume One

  1. 3 out of 5

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    “The tag line for the comic is ‘because sodomy is funny’, and that is a big clue to the kind of humor you’ll find here. Dick jokes, sex jokes, jokes involving Beyoncé, the local Capitol Hill gay culture scene, the occasional strips on hot button topics such as Proposition 8 and same sex marriage. If you find any of that potentially offensive, then this collection is not for you.” Read Patti Martinson’s review on Sequential Tart.

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    “It’s in this easy and familiar tone where Capitol Hillbillies gets most of its appeal: it feels a lot like joking around with your buddies. Only your buddies constantly have the perfect witty responses to your misfortunes and also one of them is naked all the time and sometimes a talking unicorn shows up.” Read Ellen Perry’s review on Pacific Center for Human Growth.

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    “This look at life in Seattle’s ‘gay-bourhood’ is graphic, crass, and pretty darn funny, which it owes to Chris Lange’s honest writing and the serious sociopolitical issues that lie at the comic’s foundation: artistic freedom and human rights.” Read Reid Vanier’s review on Broken Frontier.

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