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THE WEREWIF
Written by Michael Wakcher and Gwydhar Bratton
Illustrated by A. Gwydhar
BOYS & BERRIES
By Alejandro Morales
RAINBOW WARRIORS
Written and created by Manuel Ríos Sarabia
Pencils by Gared Campos
Digital Inks and color by Evim Aguilar
THE FEARLESS ZOMBIE HUNTERS
Written and Created by Manuel Ríos Sarabia
Art by Gared Campos
Lettering and tweaking Sadhaka
SAINT CARRIE OF THE DIVINE PAGEANT
Story and Lettering by Brian Andersen
Art and Colors by Michael Troy
THIS GAY EXISTENCE
by Adam Fair
PINK TIE
By Rob Dennis
ANOTHER TIME
By Richard Crockett
BORDERLINE
Lorin Arendt
THE CATTY CORNER
by Joe Carr
MY BEST FRIEND IS GAY
by Jessica Zimmer
AARON FREY
Written and drawn by Aaron Frey
UNABASHEDLY BILLIE
Words and Pictures by Brian Andersen
Inks and Letters by Preston Nesbit
LOVE, DEATH, AND UFOS
Story & Art: Mark Andrews
Graphics & Lettering: Bretton Clark
Titles: Aenigma:design
PRIDE HIGH
Story by Tommy Roddy
Pencils, Inks, & Colors by Brian Ponce
Edited by Carl Hippensteel
MADKAT THE KOMIC
Writer and Artist: Rick Dilley
EMANCIPATION
Tony Smith, Story & Letters
Rick Withers, Original Pencils & Inks
Giuseppe Pica, Colors
SPARKLE #1: THE LOST PAGES
Paige & Kevin Alexis (PKA)
LOVE
Written and drawn by Matt Fagan
ANGLE #1: THE LOST PAGES
Paige & Kevin Alexis (PKA)

Queer Eye on Comics
CARD TRICK
Posted February 24th, 2013
"A GENERAL FAVORITE"
Posted February 17th, 2013
HEARTS AND POWERS
Posted February 10th, 2013
"CONVERSION PERVERSION"
Posted February 3rd, 2013
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Color Commentary
WHEN HORROR INTRUDES – PART 2
Posted October 31st, 2012
WHEN HORROR INTRUDES – PART 1
Posted October 30th, 2012
ASTONISHING X-MEN #50
Posted May 22nd, 2012
THE INITIATION #2
Posted March 24th, 2012
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SAVE THE DATE! AN INTERVIEW WITH MARVEL'S DANIEL KETCHUM ON NORTHSTAR'S WEDDING
Posted May 22nd, 2012
COMING OUT IN COMICS
Posted November 19th, 2010
BLONDE AMBITION THE AMAZON WAY
Posted September 12th, 2010
PAM HARRISON INTERVIEWS CO-RECIPIENTS OF THE 2010 PRISM COMICS QUEER PRESS GRANT
Posted August 30th, 2010
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External Features
ALA’S GLBT ROUND TABLE HONORS GAY-THEMED GRAPHIC NOVELS
Posted January 30th, 2014
on Robot 6
The Over the Rainbow Project, sponsored by the American Library Association's Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Round Table, announced its 2014 book list, containing works recommended for adults that “exhibit commendable literary quality and...
NEW QUEER COMICS ANTHOLOGY WILL BRING TOGETHER ARTISTS FROM ACROSS THE GLOBE
Posted October 12th, 2013
on Daily Xtra
New queer comics anthology will bring together artists from across the globe
HIV TAKES CENTER STAGE IN NEW COMIC OUT THIS WEEK
Posted June 29th, 2013
on Graphic Policy
PAUL KUPPERBERG ON "LIFE WITH ARCHIE" AND HIS NEW KEVIN KELLER NOVEL
Posted April 17th, 2013
on Comic Book Resources

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Queer Eye on Comics LogoCARD TRICK

Posted February 24th, 2013

So, what would it have been like if Orson Scott Card had written Superman in the Silver Age? Why, it would have looked something like this (scroll down!): Of course, this is an imaginary story, which may or may not ever happen!  [Continue reading...]

Queer Eye on Comics Logo"A GENERAL FAVORITE"

Posted February 17th, 2013

(Advance Warning: this article was written by a man. A gay man. One who has read all of L. Frank Baum's Oz books and enjoyed them while still understanding that they don't have the continuity of a postage stamp or the depth of a wading pool. With this in mind...enjoy!) As the parade marched by, the Munchkins raised their voices in a loud cheer. From the back of the crowd, Arka pushed up to the front so that he could join his friend Bullshwick. "Sorry I'm late, Bullshwick! What did I miss?" "Oh you just missed a high point! Dorothy just rode by! She's a general favorite!!" Now Arka was never a Munchkin to accept things without a question. "A general favorite? Why is that? What makes her so popular?" "Don't you know? Oh, many reasons! First of all, she got rid of two evil witches!!" Arka's eyebrow went down in a questioning look. "Got rid of? You mean she deported them or something?" "Well, no. She killed them." "KILLED THEM?!?!?!? Great Gods, man! You cheer a  [Continue reading...]

Queer Eye on Comics LogoHEARTS AND POWERS

Posted February 10th, 2013

FROM THE DIARY OF CLARK KENT February 14, 1936 Back from the 30th Century and another adventure with my pals in the Legion. This one was a real corker. Thanks to a neat plan cooked up by Brainiac 5 and Saturn Girl, we flushed out a gang of spies who were the advance force for a planned invasion of Earth. Imra had sensed some super powered creeps were plotting against us, but they shielded their thinking before she could figure out who and where they were. She and Querl clued everybody in on their strategy, which hinged on Imra marrying Lightning Lad and Ultra Boy getting hitched to Phantom Girl. Married folks aren’t allowed in the club, so that meant they had to resign. My two buddies reckoned that the spies would apply to join the Legion to fill the vacancies. At the try outs, Chameleon Boy’s telepathic pet Proty II sensed which ones were shielding their thoughts, so we voted the phonies in and let them find the fake Plan-R for Earth’s defense, which they took back to their  [Continue reading...]

Queer Eye on Comics Logo"CONVERSION PERVERSION"

Posted February 3rd, 2013

California Senate Bill 1172 is a morsel of mandate passed by the Golden State's Legislature that is currently tarnishing its weary way through the Circuit Court system. The bill, when enacted into law, will prohibit state-licensed psychiatrists from administering to underage patients "conversion therapy" which purports to change a teen's gender identity from Broadway Showtunes to Western Ballads. If the Circuit judges are searching for precedent in connecting conversion to perversion, they need look no further than the premiere of DC's Cat-Man and the pride of conversions therein. Secretly-inveterate gambler Tom (as in "tom CAT," y'dig?) Blake (as in...um) is plagued by a problem: his life as a millionaire jungle cat catcher has become sigh-enducingly boring. Since Tom-Tom lives in Gotham City, the cure for all sigh-enducing boredom is to match animal-themed wits with the municipality's pointy-eared, self-appointed protector, Batman. Of course, the Dark Knight doesn't  [Continue reading...]

Queer Eye on Comics Logo“DIGITAL KILLED THE NEWSPRINT STAR”

Posted January 27th, 2013

It’s so awesome living in an era where technology grows and changes by the nanosecond. Everything from cellphones to televisions to high-end toilets fills me with so much fascination with the way technology has made life so much easier. I remember clearly the very first portable phone I ever owned. I bought it in 2001, right after my big California vacation, a fulfillment of a lifelong dream to visit Hollywood and rub shoulders with the rich and famous. In fact, I have one of those rich and famous people to thank for it. At the time, I was still a huge Madonna fan. She had just released one of her better albums, Music, and was kicking off her Drowned World tour to promote it. Another lifelong dream of mine had been to witness her stage production firsthand. After failing to obtain a ticket to the Chicago performance before they sold out faster than discounted poppers at a gay disco, I went online and managed to get my computer keys on a seat at the Staples Center in  [Continue reading...]

Queer Eye on Comics LogoNEW YEAR'S STEVE

Posted December 28th, 2012

QUEER EYE ED: Hello and welcome one and all! This time out I’m bringing you up to the minute coverage of all the goings on at one of the most festive holiday events in the multiverse, the Comic Book Limbo New Year’s Eve Ball! Yes, all your favorite characters of yesteryear are here, partying like there’s no tomorrow. Of course that’s been true for some of them for over fifty years. But being frozen in time does wonders for one’s appearance, so they look just as fresh as when they first saw the light of print. How I wish you could see this gaudy, giddy assemblage! They may not exist in current continuity, but they certainly know how to shake their back number booties. Follow me as I make my way through the crowd, interviewing some of the… Oops! Pardon me, sir. I didn’t mean to bump into you. STEVE: That’s quite alright. QEE: Say, you’re Golden Age Steve Trevor! STEVE: I would say “Reporting for duty!” but we’re beyond all that  [Continue reading...]

Queer Eye on Comics Logo"FRONTING FOR THE HOLIDAYS"

Posted December 24th, 2012

When human disaster strikes anywhere in the world, the fallout will surely be invaded by the Salvation Army. One of the most efficient charities charitizing today, the Es-Ay can be depended on to start dispensing food, shelter, and good vibrations before FEMA even pops its first tent. The Holiday Season is when the Salvation Army's most conspicuous fundraiser efforts take shape, as nearly every urban corner all around the world is annexed by a broad-grinned, crimson-bibbed volunteer soliciting kettlecentric small change via copper-peppered soundwaves. Sometimes, these smiley soldiers hit the streets dressed as the patron saint of Gentile patronage, Santa Claus, and boy-howdy, how the donations then roll in. But don't be fooled: despite the good works, beneath that red fur beats the squirmy heart of hate. Slightly crasser organizations have also wielded Santa's rep for gregarious magnanimousness as a tool for pounding money out of marks, as evidenced by Adventure Comics  [Continue reading...]

Queer Eye on Comics LogoA CHRISTMAS QUEER EYE

Posted December 16th, 2012

The Setting: The bedroom of a Queer Comics Collector The Time: The wee hours of the morning on Christmas Day A distant clock strikes one as the QCC awakes with a start. QCC: Wha--what’s that? Who--who’s there?! GHOST #1: I am the Christmas Ghost of Comics Past! QCC: Come again? G1: You know, like in the classic A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Surely you’ve heard of it! Sort of It’s a Wonderful Life with Mr. Potter as the main character. QCC: Oh yeah! But, say, shouldn’t Marley be first? G1: Our opening act? He only works the hardcore, anything-for-a-buck, amoral cases. He’s at Mitt Romney’s right now. QCC: Boy! They don’t get any tougher than that! G1: On the contrary. Next, he has to visit Dan DiDio! QCC: Ouch! G1: But, we digress. I have come to revive in you the wonder you once felt in regard to the great super-hero comic books you read as a boy. QCC: In the Silver Age? Those silly things? But, they’re so campy and  [Continue reading...]

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