Bio: I've been working on comics for about 4 years so far- 3 of those have been taken up by Khaos. I'm a dirt poor student with no real art qualifications (unless you count those 3 years of drawing comics every day).
Khaos is a gay/bi/trans comic based around 8 main characters, who each have their own stories. I've re-done this comic twice (third time's the charm!), and this version has been going since this summer. I've finished 2 stories so far, which focus around my two gay guys Mark and Steve. They're teenagers, so its about them exploring their sexuality, and making many mistakes along the way.
I've just started Amber's story which focuses on my lesbian character, and her first love.
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[News, Posted 7/23/11]
It was an awesome Friday at Comic-Con! I finally got to meet Megan Gedris, who was the first recipient of Prism’s Queer Press Grant. Her talent was very clear to me, from the first time I saw Megan’s submission YU+ME. It was so fresh, so heartfelt and so skilled, that I knew she was here to last. And to date, she has not only produced six (!) volumes of YU+ME (with #6 premiering at the CON) plus I Was Kidnapped By Lesbian Pirates From Outer Space, but started her own…
MEET RACHEL DUKES AND MEGAN GEDRIS AT THE PRISM BOOTH! PREMIERING SEVERAL NEW BOOKS EXCLUSIVELY FOR COMIC-CON!
[News, Posted 7/22/11]
Rachel Dukes and Megan Gedris will be appearing at the Prism Comics Booth #2144 from 2-7pm each day from Friday through Sunday at San Diego Comic-Con International 2011! They are debuting several new books from Poseur Ink (which is partnering with Prism, along with having its own booth #O-16) at the Con including Gedris’s YU+ME: dream volumes 5 & 6, Tab Kimpton’s Khaos Komix: Amber and Nay, and Mike Schmidt’s Material Girl.
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PRISM COMICS UNFURLS AMBITIOUS SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON 2011 SCHEDULE! WITH BUFFY AND X-MEN PANELS, "HEROES VS. VILLAINS" PARTY, FAN MIXER AND SILENT AUCTION FEATURING ORIGINAL ARTWORK BY ALEX ROSS AND DAN PARENT!
[News, Posted 7/13/11]
SAN DIEGO, CA - Prism Comics, the premier nonprofit supporting LGBT comics, creators, and readers, has unleashed its schedule for Comic-Con International 2011 in San Diego, taking place Wednesday, July 20th through Sunday, July 24th. Prism will not only feature an unprecedented four panels--with LGBT takes on Buffy The Vampire Slayer and the X-Men plus two LGBT publishing panels—but also Andy Mangels’ 24th annual "Gays in Comics" panel, a fan mixer with silent auction, "Heroes vs. Villains"…
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[Source: The Deviated Norm, Added: 2/21/10]
So in the comments for "Why I Don't Like 'Gender Bending' in Fiction" people seem interested in reading comics with a transgender slant/storyline.
I thought I'd let ya'll know about another one that I...
REVIEW: KHAOS KOMIX
[Source: The Online Side of the Rainbow: Glad's Unofficially Official Blog, Added: 2/18/10]
I was led to this website by one of my bisexual friends who believed I would enjoy it. I've never really been a person who was interested in comics (of any kind). Had I ever read any by this point? Of...