Zita Makara is out for blood and Dash is in her sights! Can he stop her before another life is lost? Is she really the monster she appears to be…or is someone else pulling the strings?
Proudly proclaim your freedom from binary sexuality and your love of geek culture all at once, with this snappy 6″x3″ vinyl sticker suitable for the bumper of your car, your laptop, or your dorm room door.
(And for those who don’t get the reference, allow the good Doctor to explain…)
In a dank Los Angles jail cell Zita Makara reaches back through the ages to give Dash the truth he’s been seeking. But will he be able to accept it before an ancient evil monster finds them? A major turning point in this thrilling series that you cannot miss!
Can one Pacific Northwest drag queen prevail in the fight against hate? With your help… she can! Writer Charles “Zan” Christensen and artist Terry Blas—along with guest artists Diego Gómez, Sonya Saturday, and Justin Hall.—take Seattle’s most famous activist queen to a new level in the new comic book Mama Tits Saves the World!
From Ashley Guillory comes a story of a first kiss… inspired by the music of One Direction!
The first full-length collection of irreverent and sweet comic strips from Rick Worley. Featuring a foreword by StevieD and EvilJeff from the Comic Book Queers podcast.
Foul-mouthed, sex-obsessed and misanthropic, Rick is no ordinary cute cartoon rabbit. The strips in this hysterically funny, surprisingly sweet collection range from fantasy tales about a closeted fundamentalist teddy bear, an oversexed fox, and a doomed robot love affair to autobiographical comics that share maybe a little too much information about the author. In their quest for contentment, the characters fail, fail, and sometimes fail again, but they never stop looking. There’s always the chance they’ll find that one person who was worth the search.
Or maybe not.
“There’s a brutal frankness and honesty coming from these foxes and teddy bears that you rarely see anywhere else. Comics are the one of the last havens to be truly offensive and beautifully unapologetic.” — from the foreword by StevieD and EvilJeff from the Comic Book Queers podcast.
“Beautifully drawn, hilarious, wistful, profane and very human. Rick Worley’s A Waste of Time knocked me out.” — Robert Kirby, creator of Curbside, Boy Trouble and THREE.
“Rick Worley’s insightful A Waste of Time comic strips are simultaneously tender and perverse—like his bunny.” — Howard Cruse, author of Stuck Rubber Baby and Wendel.
Cartoonist Jeff Krell, creator of the classic gay cartoon series “Jayson”, opens up the vault and shares rare comics, photos and other treasures as he tells the story of how “Jayson” came to be.
The comic strip, which takes a lighthearted look at gay life in the big city, debuted in 1983 in the Philadelphia Gay News, then achieved national acclaim in Gay Comix, Meatmen, and in syndication.
Join Krell as he takes you through “Jayson’s” early years, sees him to the highest heights and into the depths, then celebrates his triumphant return for new adventures.
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.
Everyone is Someone’s Fetish is the fourth volume of Finn and Charlie Are Hitched, and the first in full color!
Finn and Charlie Are Hitched is a weekly slice-of-life comic about a gay couple—Finn and Charlie, who are married—and their friends. There’s Candy, who has just become reacquainted with the daughter she gave up for adoption 22 years ago, Krys. There’s Corey, a young gay man trying to figure out who he wants to be, and his on-again, off-again indie-rock boyfriend, Ken, who has become Krys’s best friend. There’s Finn’s neurotic brother Gus, and there’s Nina and Mike and their two kids, the very manic Katie, and their special-needs toddler, Bennie.
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 first issue features the self-contained story “Unmade Beds.” Set amidst the gay expatriate culture of Tokyo, the comic is a quiet and lyrical examination of cross-cultural adjustment and sexual parity.
This new edition features re-inked, and in some cases redrawn, artwork and 8 pages of bonus material including alternate pages, sketches, and a feature on the evolution of a comics panel from inspiration to completion.