Websites: Load World Comics, baby, LWC MySpace Page, Load World Comics LiveJournal
Bio: Sam Saturday is the creator/writer/artist of the comic strips Load and Satan Funnies, the comic books Pope & Pig and Two Goats Bathing In Milk, the art book Necrofishtasia, and several short plays and films. His latest book is the Load collection Why Do You Cry When I'm On Top?. Outside of his own work he has also art-directed multiple feature films and shorts.
Sam was born in Virginia, raised & educated in Florida, and later drove to California all by himself. As a child he was highly influenced by the Muppet Show, Leisure Suit Larry games, musicals and nonsense poetry.
Load, his weekly comic strip about sex and love, is run in national and international publications, including Antigravity Magazine, Nude Freitags, Kink, and The Creative Pulse.
Sam currently resides in Hollywood, California with his two cats, Sasha & Xev.
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PRISM COMICS AT WONDERCON ANAHEIM 2015
[News, Posted 3/12/15]
Prism Comics will be exhibiting, presenting panels and announcing the recipient of the 2015 Prism Comics Queer Press Grant at WonderCon Anaheim.
Prism Comics, the leading non-profit organization supporting LGBTQ comics, comics creators and readers, is once again exhibiting at WonderCon Anaheim, Friday, April 3 through Sunday, April 5. “WonderCon and Comic-Con International are very welcoming of diversity.” said Ted Abenheim, President of Prism Comics. “And we’re excited to once again be exhibiting at WonderCon Anaheim to celebrate LGBTQ comics, popular media, geek culture and cosplay.”
NEW LGBT COMIX AT COMIC-CON 2010 REPORT #2! BRIAN ANDERSON, DAVE DAVENPORT, STEVE MACISAAC, DESMOND MILLER AND MICHAEL TROY!
[News, Posted 7/27/10]
As promised, here’s Part Two of my Guide to new comics that made their debuts at Comic-Con. So much new stuff, enough to make a girl dizzy.
The lovely and talented Brian Andersen brought the latest, greatest, super-tacular So Super Duper #10 with story by Brian and art by the superb Celina Hernandez. You can get a preview of it on Brian’s website along with his other new book called Friend of Dorothy (story by Brian, art by Neftali Centeno) where Scott-John meets Gorlindo,…
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[News, Posted 5/5/09]
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[News, Posted 12/1/08]
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PRISM GOES APE NOVEMBER 1 + 2
[News, Posted 10/24/08]
Going APE! DC did it many years ago. Marvel’s doing it now. And PRISM COMICS is doing it on November 1 and 2 at the Alternative Press Expo in San Francisco. APE is the baby brother to Comic-Con featuring independent and small press comics and creators. It’s a very friendly, low-key Con that brings together a wonderful community of LBGT and LGBT-friendly creators and fans. The Expo takes place at:
620 7th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Saturday, November 1 – 11 am…
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[Source: Gay and Lesbian Times, Added: 7/24/08]
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