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  • 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!

  • Jayson Does Christmas by: Jeff Krell $1.99

    Get into the swing of the season with this Jayson collection by Jeff Krell, featuring two holiday classics and the brand-new Jayson animated short, “Jayson’s Christmas Party”!

    The PDF and CBZ versions of this book come as ZIP files, each including the appropriate book format as well as a separate video file of the animated short “Jayson’s Christmas Party”. In the iBooks version, the video is built-in to the book.

  • Little David by: David Cantero $4.99

    From the mischievous mind of David Cantero comes Little David, an exploration of all the ways kids become part of a family, from same-sex parents to in-vitro fertilization to adoption to step-parents. Meet Little David and all his Little friends as they ask questions, make jokes, and figure out that they’re not really that different after all.

  • 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.

  • Al Qaeda’s Super Secret Weapon X-Mas Card by: $2.00$12.00

    Send Mahmoud, the star of Al Qaeda’s Super Secret Weapon, to your friends and family to wish them a happy and joyous holiday season.

  • Bludgeon #2 by: Jeremy Owen, Greg Freeland II, $2.99

    Picking up right where issue #1 left off, Mike finds himself at a local gay bar, The Tackle Box, with Alice and some new friends. But the night is cut drastically short when Mike falls under a mysterious force.

    Written by Jeremy Owen and Greg Freeland III, art by Owen with Freeland.

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    Jayson Goes to Hollywood by: Jeff Krell $3.99$9.99

    Jayson takes on Tinseltown in this brand-new adventure! Can Jayson and Arena track down their mutual ex-boyfriend Ed before Arena’s sister lays claim to his sperm? Or will a close encounter with megastar Kevlar DuPont put a royal kink in their plan? Meanwhile back in Philadelphia, Bertha gets the shock of her life on the set of Robyn’s latest film.

  • Why Do You Cry When I’m On Top? by: Sonya Saturday $3.99

    Hilarious sex humor within! Seen in independent publications nationwide, Sonya Samantha Saturday’s “Load” is the one comic strip unafraid to laugh at the most intimate parts of human nature. This full-color collection contains over 70 of the best strips from 2006 to 2008, ten in color for the first time. The book also contains the one page comic “The Morning Fucker’s Guide to Morning Love”, not available anywhere else!

  • The Collected Black Gay Boy Fantasy #2 by: Victor Hodge $2.99

    It’s Zelda’s welcome back party! Prepare yourself for a night of flirting, dancing, chowing-down, drinking, processing, and drama! (Not to mention the morning-after hangovers… and the guests who decided to stay over!)

  • Come on Out, the Water’s Fine! by: Michael Derry $4.99

    The first collection of the long-running gay comic strip, “Troy.” Set in a slightly fictional version of West Hollywood, CA.—quite possibly the gayest little city in North America—”Troy ” follows the everyday trials and tribulations of Troy, a “typical” young, urban, gay guy. The themes, however, will be universal for anyone who’s ever felt friendship, love, infatuation, lust, jealousy, or gone through a bitter and painful break-up at the hands of a psychotic ex.

    Includes “Troy” strips 1 to 50, all in full color.