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The Collected Black Gay Boy Fantasy #1

by: Victor Hodge
3.50 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
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Victor Hodge’s legendary zine, Black Gay Boy Fantasy, gets the deluxe treatment in this first new 40-page collection containing the first three zines plus bonus illustrations in color and black-and-white, plus a variant back cover.

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Victor Hodge is a mystery and horror writer, artist, and cartoonist. His work can be found in Juicy Mother, Boy Trouble, and his series Black Gay Boy Fantasy.

Catch up with Victor at victorhodge.blogspot.com.

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Overview

Victor Hodge’s legendary zine, Black Gay Boy Fantasy, gets the deluxe treatment in this first new 40-page collection containing the first three zines plus bonus illustrations in color and black-and-white, plus a variant back cover.

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ISBN: 9781943890040
Publisher: Northwest Press
Publish Date: 2015
Page Count: 40

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  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    The Collected Black Gay Boy Fantasy #1 is a pleasure to read, from start to finish. Any single person could sit down and enjoy this, despite their sexuality or skin tone, so don’t let either part of the title lead you astray from this fun little read.” Read Chris Ranson’s whole review on Cinefessions

  2. Rated 3 out of 5

    Black Gay Boy Fantasy is about Neil Jordan, a big, black, gay, boy who becomes an gay rights activist in Washington, DC. The comic is in three chapters. Chapter [one] covers a little about his life growing up, his involvement in activism and getting a crush on a fellow activist. Chapter two covers Neil going on what he thinks is a date with Imu at a local coffee shop. Chapter three has him reconnecting with a childhood friend, Zelda, who knew he was gay and had a crush on her older brother.” Read Patti Martinson’s whole review on Sequential Tart

  3. “I’d like to see more and I hope Northwest Press publishes more. Hodge has a light and playful style and obviously has a lot more to tell. Hodge’s art is another draw for me. It’s expressive and playful reminding me of Donna Barr’s work mixed with Sam Henderson’s expressive wild style.” Read Paul Houston’s whole review on Coverless Reviews