Bio: Sina burst onto the underground queer punk scene in London at the age of 16 with the queer teen zine Concerned Muthers, going on to create and self-publish small-press comics such as the gay superhero saga Atomic Love and the intensely personal and highly acclaimed BoyCrazyBoy.
His autobiographical comics also appeared in zines including Holy Titclamps and Robert Kirby's Boy Trouble, and have recently been reprinted in The Book of Boy Trouble, edited by Robert Kirby and David Kelly.
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PRISM COMICS CELEBRATES 10 YEARS OF CHAMPIONING LGBT CREATORS, COMICS AND READERS AT SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON 2013! PANELS, 10TH ANNIVERSARY RECEPTION, HEROES VS. VILLAINS DANCE PARTY, AND MORE!
[News, Posted 7/11/13]
SAN DIEGO, CA – At San Diego Comic-Con International 2013, Prism Comics is celebrating its 10th Anniversary with a full roster of panels, creator signings, anniversary reception, and superhero dance party, featuring the best creators working in comics today including Dan Parent, Phil Jimenez, Jane Espenson, Gail Simone, among many others. Comic-Con takes place at the San Diego Convention Center from Wednesday, July 17th through Sunday, June 21st.
"Prism Comics was founded in 2003 by a small…
SINA GRACE APPEARING AT NEW YORK COMIC-CON! LAUNCHING NOT MY BAG FROM IMAGE COMICS!
[News, Posted 10/10/12]
NEW YORK, NY - Coming from Sina Grace in October is his new graphic novel, Not My Bag, from Image Comics! You can meet Sina at New York Comic-Con being held from October 11-14--find him in Artists Alley (#R3A).
Check out Agent Burgos' article at Comic Book Therapy on Sina's new book here.
Find all of Sina's moves and happenings on his Tumblr…
EXTRA! GET YOUR GAY AGENDA FOR NEW YORK COMIC-CON!
[News, Posted 10/10/12]
NEW YORK, NY - Prism Comics has unleashed its Gay Agenda for New York Comic-Con 2012!
Come and get your copy during the convention at the Prism Booth #1875 and meet our booth partners Jeff Krell, Sean-Z and Tim Paul with appearances by JD Glass, Erica Friedman, Rica Takashima, Jennifer Camper and more!
If you can't wait, get the Gay Agenda online now by clicking here.
Among the highlights is Prism's panel on Saturday, October 13th, 4-5pm, titled “Gay Marriage in Comics: Revolutionary or a…
CHARM SCHOOL DROP OUT
[Color Commentary, Posted 10/3/11]
Here’s a story, that’s sad to tell, about a magical witch ne’er do well. The most mixed up lipstick lesbian on the block. Her future is unclear now. What’s a perplexed witch to do now? Buy the trade and see her smile (and do little else).
La, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la.
Elizabeth Watasin’s “Charm School, Book One: Magical Witch Girl Bunny” is a lesbian love triangle between a witch, a vampire and a Faerie. The beautiful witch, Bunny, a blonde bombshell, can’t chose…
PRISM COMICS ANNOUNCES ROBERT KIRBY AS THE 2011 QUEER PRESS GRANT RECIPIENT!
[News, Posted 10/2/11]
San Francisco, CA — On October 1st at the Alternative Press Expo (APE), Prism Comics announced the recipient of the 2011 Queer Press Grant. This year’s grant is being awarded to Robert Kirby for his LGBT comics anthology series, Three. Prism Comics, which supports LGBT comics, creators and readers, established the Queer Press Grant in 2005 to encourage the publication of LGBT-themed comics.
"The Queer Press Grant is the only grant today given to independent comic book creators, as…
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[Source: Daily Xtra, Added: 10/12/13]
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[Source: The Hooded Utilitarian, Added: 11/14/11]
Sina Evil is a comics artist, best known for his self-published autobiographical comics series BoyCrazyBoy. He is also completing aPhD on the history of queer comics. He is a huge fan of the Golden...
REVIEW: ‘THREE #2″ EDITED BY ROB KIRBY — LAMBDA LITERARY
[Source: Lambda Literary, Added: 10/24/11]
I welcome the second issue of Three, because it’s edited, and it shows (and it’s not only me applauding; editor Rob Kirby was just awarded the 2011 Queer Press Grant). Actually, Kirby’s...
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[Source: Read About Comics, Added: 10/17/11]
One of my favorite anthologies from last year was Three #1, so having a second issue in 2011 was definitely reason to celebrate. After the first issue’s strong debut (and with Eric Orner’s...
“HOW I DID IT” PART 8
[Source: RobKirbyComics.com, Added: 8/25/11]
Robert Kirby talks about the birth in 1994 of "Boy Trouble".