Bio: PK Eiselt is a graduate of UC Santa Barbara’s film studies program and has more than six films to his credit, including the award-winning animated short "Genre" and the 2000 Corwin Award winning horror film "Miss Gentilbelle".
He currently writes for ENI Entertainment, PK is also a regular contributor to DoorQ.com, writing articles and the humor strip: "Gayformers".
PK has two original comic works due out later this year, the graphic novel, BOY, with artist Zach Enea, and Millennium Man with artist/actor Booboo Stewart.
PK just launched the Online Sci-Fi series "Junkyard Angels" with Zach Enea at www.Doorq.com
RECENT PRISM COMICS FEATURES
FIRST QUEER SUPERHERO CROSSOVER!
[News, Posted 11/11/11]
So Super Duper" and "Junkyard Angels" make history with the first queer superhero crossover event!
PRISM COMIC-CON 2011 WRAP-UP!
[News, Posted 7/25/11]
Alright, fan-girl/boys! Here’s my Comic-Con yee-doggy roundup with most of the dangly bits included. I’ve got the Bent Comix and Gays in Comics panels, Mixer & Silent Auction, plus Ed Luce’s gallery show.
But first up, look who showed up at the Prism booth? Warlord come to life! Really, really hot.
And our very own Ted Abenheim (our Events coordinator, with whom we couldn't put on these appearances) became Metamorpho. So cool! He’s posed here with the latest super-team to be…
MY SATURDAY COMIC-CON REPORT: "WE" WON EISNER AWARDS!
[News, Posted 7/24/11]
Okay, Prism didn't, but two of our own did. On Friday night, Eric Shanower and Jim McCann both won Eisner Awards (which are comicdom's highest honors).
Eric won for "Best Adaptation from Another Work" for Marvel Comics' The Marvelous Land of Oz, by L. Frank Baum which he adapted and Skottie Young illustrated (Skottie also won an Eisner as "Best Penciler/Inker").
And as fate would have it, Eric appeared at the Prism booth just earlier that day signing copies of both Oz collections that…
RECENT OFFSITE FEATURES
REVIEW: LOVE MINUS ZERO AND OTHER STORIES
[Source: The Gay Comics List, Added: 12/2/11]
What to do after you launch a post-apocalyptic love story between two boys? When you’re P.K. Eiselt, the writer of Junkyard Angels, you launch a gay-centric comics anthology. Which does sound like a...
REVIEW: JUNKYARD ANGELS #2
[Source: The Gay Comics List, Added: 11/11/11]
This second issue of Junkyard Angels keeps up the tension and weirdness quotient that pervaded the first one. Besides Jason, the boy with the mechanical arm, and Janey, the sister of Jason’s...
GAY COMICS THAT ANYONE CAN READ
[Source: Screen Junkies, Added: 10/26/11]
These days, most gay comics fall into one of three general categories: real-life stories (biographies and autobiographies), superheroes, and erotic stories (pornography). Sometimes they fit into more...
JUNKYARD ANGELS: SUPER DUPER CROSSOVER
[Source: doorq.com, Added: 7/19/11]
Join us this September as Jason and Psyche join forces to stop a new terrifying threat! It’s the Junkyard Angels crossover event with Brian Andersen’s So Super Duper!