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  • This issue, the first in four years, concludes Steve MacIsaac’s “Unpacking” graphic novel. Starting in Shirtlifter #3, “Unpacking” follows Matt, a gay graphic designer living in Vancouver. Newly-single after the sudden dissolution of an eight-year relationship, Matt is living in a new apartment he can’t seem to quite move into, and is wary of becoming involved with anyone ever again. His commitment to remaining single is challenged when he begins spending time with Connor, an Australian-ex pat who identifies as straight, is married to a woman, and seems to be the only person capable of cutting through Matt’s defenses. Also features new stories from Jon Macy and Eric Kostiuk Williams.

    Shirtlifter #5 by: Steve MacIsaac, Jon Macy, Eric Kostiuk Williams, $4.99$14.95

    This issue, the first in four years, concludes Steve MacIsaac’s “Unpacking” graphic novel. Starting in Shirtlifter #3, “Unpacking” follows Matt, a gay graphic designer living in Vancouver. Newly-single after the sudden dissolution of an eight-year relationship, Matt is living in a new apartment he can’t seem to quite move into, and is wary of becoming involved with anyone ever again. His commitment to remaining single is challenged when he begins spending time with Connor, an Australian-ex pat who identifies as straight, is married to a woman, and seems to be the only person capable of cutting through Matt’s defenses.

    Also features new stories from Jon Macy and Eric Kostiuk Williams.

  • Cartoonist Tom Bouden (Max and Sven, The Importance of Being Earnest) invites you to meet Sarah, a young woman whose life is about to be turned inside out when she discovers that’s she’s HIV positive.

    Join Sarah and her partner, Tim, as they take the journey together through shock and uncertainty, pre-dawn pill schedules, side-effects, well-meaning friends, tasteless jokes, medical missteps, and ultimately, hope.

    Positive by: Tom Bouden $3.99$12.99

    Cartoonist Tom Bouden (Max and Sven, The Importance of Being Earnest) invites you to meet Sarah, a young woman whose life is about to be turned inside out when she discovers that’s she’s HIV positive.

    Join Sarah and her partner, Tim, as they take the journey together through shock and uncertainty, pre-dawn pill schedules, side-effects, well-meaning friends, tasteless jokes, medical missteps, and ultimately, hope.

    “Positive is a story with the universal message of how to live life without being afraid,” writes GayLeague.com‘s Joe Palmer in the introduction. “This is the story I wish I’d been able to read after my diagnosis years ago. It is the story I hope everyone regardless of his or her sero-status will have the opportunity to read and by which to be inspired.”

     

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    The Mark of Aeacus Book One

    Jack, a shy, tortured young man, hooks up with a mysterious stranger at a bar and loses himself in an intense and exhilarating night with him in his hotel room, during which he sees visions of bloodshed and ancient gods. In the morning, he discovers he’s been branded with a mysterious tattoo—the one his mysterious stranger had—and is now imbued with dark and brutal powers. But will those powers be enough to save him from a vicious gang attack?

    The Mark of Aeacus #1 by: Charles “Zan” Christensen, Mark Brill, $2.99$4.99

    Jack, a shy, tortured young man, hooks up with a mysterious stranger at a bar and loses himself in an intense and exhilarating night with him in his hotel room, during which he sees visions of bloodshed and ancient gods. In the morning, he discovers he’s been branded with a mysterious tattoo—the one his mysterious stranger had—and is now imbued with dark and brutal powers. But will those powers be enough to save him from a vicious gang attack?

    28 pages, color.

    The digital edition of this book includes 45 pages of bonus features including promotional art, earlier versions of full pages, and the evolution of “The Mark”!

     

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    Jack’s adventure as the Bearer of The Mark of Aeacus continues. A mysterious stranger appears at the foot of Jack’s bed, tells him the secrets of the mark of power that he bears, then tells him he must die. Can Jack’s mysterious new powers save him… or would we all be better off if they didn’t?

    The Mark of Aeacus #2 by: Charles “Zan” Christensen, Mark Brill, Terry Blas, $2.99$4.99

    Jack’s adventure as the Bearer of The Mark of Aeacus continues. A mysterious stranger appears at the foot of Jack’s bed, tells him the secrets of the mark of power that he bears, then tells him he must die. Can Jack’s mysterious new powers save him… or would we all be better off if they didn’t?

    The digital edition of this book adds 25 bonus pages, including Mark Brill’s original pencil artwork and a bonus pinup by Briar Hollow artist Terry Blas!

  • Literally Everything is Outside My Comfort Zone is the first collected volume of Tony Breed’s webcomic Muddlers Beat, which spun off his webcomic Finn and Charlie are Hitched.

    Literally Everything is Outside My Comfort Zone by: Tony Breed $4.99$12.00

    Literally Everything is Outside My Comfort Zone is the first collected volume of Tony Breed’s webcomic Muddlers Beat, which spun off his webcomic Finn and Charlie are Hitched.

    Muddlers Beat is an LGBTQ-focused, antic comedy slice-of-life comic strip about a group of friends just muddling through life, like we all do. They deal with small questions like: Do I like my job? What am I doing at a sperm bank? How do I meet guys? All in the service of the big questions, like who am I, and what kind of person do I want to be?

  • These spectacular, limited-edition 15″x16″ canvas tote bags feature “Queer Creatures” art donated by 40 LGBTQ cartoonists. All proceeds after production cost will help fund the Queers & Comics Conference, series, the most recent of which took place April 14-15, 2017 at California College of the Arts in San Francisco.

    Queer Creatures Tote by: Dave Davenport, David Kelly, Diego Gómez, Justin Hall, Rick Worley, Steve MacIsaac, Victor Hodge, Nicole J. Georges, Annie Murphy, Carlo Quispe, Dylan “NDR” Edwards, Ed Luce, Howard Cruse, Ivan Velez, Jr., Jennifer Camper, Rob Kirby, Tyler Cohen, Maurice Vellekoop, Alison Bechdel, Ellen Forney, Roberta Gregory, Tara Avery, Tony Breed, Sina Grace, Ajuan Mance, Elizabeth Beier, Gengoroh Tagame, Katie Fricas, Mary Wings, Megan Rose Gedris, Melanie Gillman, Patrick Fillion, Rachael House, Rachel Dukes, Rica Takashima, Robert Triptow, Rupert Kinnard, Sara Lautman, Sophia Foster-Dimino, Sophie Yanow, $20.00

    These spectacular, limited-edition 15″x16″ canvas tote bags feature “Queer Creatures” art donated by 40 LGBTQ cartoonists. All proceeds after production cost will help fund the Queers & Comics Conference, series, the most recent of which took place April 14-15, 2017 at California College of the Arts in San Francisco.

    These totes are in short supply and were brisk sellers at the event, so please order yours today!

    Thank you to all the contributing artists!

  • An ebook compilation of Howard Cruse’s gay-themed comic strips and comic book stories published between 1976 and 2008, with supplementary background material and a few unpublished extras. Some stories originally appeared in adults-only underground comix; for that reason this book carries a “for mature readers” warning.

    From Headrack to Claude by: Howard Cruse $5.99

    An ebook compilation of Howard Cruse’s gay-themed comic strips and comic book stories published between 1976 and 2008, with supplementary background material and a few unpublished extras. Some stories originally appeared in adults-only underground comix; for that reason this book carries a “for mature readers” warning.

    The included iPad EPUB edition of the book also links to Sean Wheeler’s half-hour documentary I Must Be Important, ’Cause I’m in a Documentary! which shines a spotlight on Howard Cruse’s life and career.

  • In this long-awaited sequel to Ralf König’s The Killer Condom, macho gay detective Luigi Macaroni takes on another outrageous case. Someone is killing the gay men of Manhattan and leaving nothing but their bones behind. Can Macaroni catch the killer before New York runs out of targets?

    Down to the Bone by: Ralf König, Jeff Krell, $4.99

    In this long-awaited sequel to Ralf König’s The Killer Condom, macho gay detective Luigi Macaroni takes on another outrageous case. Someone is killing the gay men of Manhattan and leaving nothing but their bones behind. Can Macaroni catch the killer before New York runs out of targets?

    English translation by Jeff Krell (Jayson).

  • While an ancient Egyptian mummy stalks the streets of LA, Dash searches for the ancient relic that can stop him. But when his search brings him to his deceased lover’s house, will he be able to face the ghosts of his past to stop the horror all around him?

    Dash #5 by: Dave Ebersole, Vinnie Rico, Delia Gable, $2.99$4.99

    While an ancient Egyptian mummy stalks the streets of LA, Dash searches for the ancient relic that can stop him. But when his search brings him to his deceased lover’s house, will he be able to face the ghosts of his past to stop the horror all around him?

  • Robert Kirby has teamed up with Northwest Press for a digital edition of his comics anthology THREE. This terrific book offers three stories from three different creative teams each issue, and features the cream of the crop of queer comics talents. The first issue includes stories from Eric Orner (The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green), Joey Alison Sayers (Thingpart, Just So You Know) and Robert Kirby (Boy Trouble, Curbside).

    Three #1 by: Rob Kirby, Joey Alison Sayers, Eric Orner, $2.99

    Robert Kirby has teamed up with Northwest Press for a digital edition of his comics anthology THREE. This terrific book offers three stories from three different creative teams each issue, and features the cream of the crop of queer comics talents. The first issue includes stories from Eric Orner (The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green), Joey Alison Sayers (ThingpartJust So You Know) and Robert Kirby (Boy TroubleCurbside).

    Nominated for two 2011 Ignatz Awards: Outstandng Anthology and Outstanding Story (Eric Orner’s “Weekends Abroad”).