Bio: Seattle cartoonist and illustrator Ellen Forney compiled her weekly comic strips into the Harvey- and Eisner-nominated Monkey Food: The Complete 'I Was Seven in '75' Collection (Fantagraphics Books). She created a one-woman, multi-media reading/performance based on the book, toured the show in nine US cities in 1999, and has also performed the show in Vancouver, Canada and in Portugal at the XI Salão Internacional de Banda Desenhada do Porto. Tomato from Starhead Comix was her solo comic book back in the mid-nineties, and she's contributed to anthologies such as Savage Love and Dyke Strippers.
More recently, Ellen has been been drawing a more journalistic comics series - How D'ya Do That?, a monthly full-page comic featured in Seattle's The Stranger. She is also published in Out, Pulse!, Bust, and Nickelodeon Magazine. Ellen is currently working on a project called Big Paintings of Sexy Women.
RECENT PRISM COMICS FEATURES
DYLAN EDWARDS’ TRANSPOSES, ALISON BECHDEL’S ARE YOU MY MOTHER? A COMIC DRAMA, AND JUSTIN HALL'S NO STRAIGHT LINES: FOUR DECADES OF QUEER COMICS NOMINATED FOR LAMBDA LITERARY AWARDS!
[News, Posted 3/6/13]
Today, it was announced that Dylan Edwards' nonfiction graphic novel Transposes, which explores the life stories of seven transgender men who also happen to be gay, bisexual, or otherwise non-straight—has been honored with a nomination for a Lambda Literary Award in the category of Transgender Nonfiction.
Transposes is an amazing window into the lives of these men, both the major events in their lives and the day-to-day ones, and paints a wonderfully human portrait. The book…
MEET ED LUCE AND GET YOUR WUVABLE OAF COMICS AND MERCH AT THE PRISM COMICS BOOTH AT SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON!
[News, Posted 7/9/12]
The "Wuvable Oaf" himself, Ed Luce, has sent us the following details about his upcoming appearance with Prism this week!
"Join Wuvable Oaf for Comic-Con International 2012 at Prism Comics, booth #2144-48! Here’s the schedule:
Wednesday, July 11th (Preview Night) 6-9 pmThursday & Sunday from 2-7 pmFriday & Saturday from 9 am - 2 pm
The Oaf crew will be debuting three new items at the convention:
-The brand new OAF HULK shirt: Much cuter (and hairer) than Green or Red Hulk, Oaf Hulk ruins…
NEW PRISM GUIDE HITS COMIC BOOK STORES WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6!
[News, Posted 6/4/07]
Los Angeles, CA – The wait is over! Prism Comics’ latest publication, Prism Comics: Your LGBT Guide to Comics 2007, distributed exclusively through Diamond Comic Distributors, will be available at comic book and special shops starting Wednesday, June 6! Prism Comics' fifth annual guide, packed with 144 pages of LGBT comics fun, contains over 30 pages of original comics pages, over 37 pages of creator listings and over 57 pages of interviews, articles and other features, plus—in a…
PRISM COMICS' 2007 GUIDE MOST AMBITIOUS EVER
[News, Posted 4/24/07]
Los Angeles, CA – Prism Comics, the comics industry’s premier LBGT advocacy organization, is proud to announce the publication of its biggest and brightest annual guide so far: Prism Comics: Your LGBT Guide to Comics 2007. In June, the guide will be on shelves in comics and specialty shops served by Diamond Distributors. Customers interested in buying a copy should ask their local shop to order copies of the book.
Prism Comics' fourth annual guide is 144 pages of fresh, original, gay…
PRISM CREATORS TO WATCH THIS SUMMER
[Spectrum, Posted 5/4/06]
Thanks to our pals at Instinct magazine, this list of Prism creators and their upcoming projects is also being featured concurrently on Instinct's website and is excerpted in their May entertainment issue, now on sale!
Marc Andreyko: The writer of DC Comics’ Manhunter, (which features a gay couple as main characters) introduces a villain this summer to appeal to theatre queens everywhere—Sweeney Todd! dccomics.com
Chayne Avery: New Mexico-based Avery and collaborator Russell Garcia…
RECENT OFFSITE FEATURES
PRISM COMICS: YOUR LGBT GUIDE TO COMICS 2007 REVIEW
[Source: ComiXtreme.com, Added: 7/23/07]
This guide is actually a release from the website Prism.org, which promotes GLBT comics as well as diversity in comics, which is a laudable goal. Since these are yearly guides, with articles and...
QUEERING THE COMICS
[Source: The Advocate, Added: 7/18/06]
Superheroes—coded, metrosexual, lesbian—and LGBT writers and artists will make this July’s Comic-Con International in San Diego one of the gayest ever.