Website: Aquaboy Drawings & Design
Bio: Craig Bostick is an illustrator and graphic designer living in Boston. He has self-published comics about Fuchsia Galactica, Go-Go Girl and Darby Crash. He’s also done comics for anthologies including Boy Trouble, Pink Medicine and Last Cry For Help among others. His illustrations can be found in the book Bazaar Bizarre by Greg Der Ananian and many magazines. When he’s not drawing he plays in the band SpoilSport with his husband Jon. www.aquaboy.net
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…
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…
"MOM, I'M PREGNANT."
[Color Commentary, Posted 1/15/09]
No, wait. "I'm in trouble." That's the expression! "I'm. In. Trouble." A boy in trouble.
It might be a terrible joke, but don't let that stop you from clicking on the link above and reading about a gay comics anthology you'll want to own!
APE, HARD HEROES AND WEHO BOOK FAIR PICTURES POSTED
[News, Posted 12/1/08]
The Prism folks have been busy over the summer and fall with bar events, book fairs and comic conventions. Pictures have finally been posted on Prism's Flickr page from HARD HEROES 2008, an annual fundraiser in Los Angeles. Super heroes and villains abounded along with creators Aman Chaudhary, Michael Derry, Scott Mullens, Brad Rader, Michael Troy and Sean-Z. Master face and body painter Bruce Collins and his team were busy turning sexy guys and gals into works of into sexy works of comic…
PANEL DISCUSSION ON "TOUGH BOYS IN TROUBLE!" IN NYC
[News, Posted 1/30/07]
On Thursday, February 1st at 7pm, join Russ Turk, Rhino, Craig Bostick, J. Brett Hopkins, Tony Arena, Contributors to The Book of Boy Trouble comics anthology, and Abby Denson- creator of Tough Love at the LGBT Center in New York City for a panel discussion of gay themed comics from an alternative viewpoint.
“Is there an alternative point-of-view within the already-alternative world of gay comic books? The creative forces behind two of the hottest new gay-male themed comics…
RECENT OFFSITE FEATURES
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...
REVIEW: THREE #2
[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...
EVENINGS OUT: ‘THREE’ TWO IS ONE AMAZING BOOK
[Source: Gay People's Chronicle, Added: 7/30/11]
Review of THREE #2, edited by Robert Kirby.
MONTH OF LGBT COMICS: THE BOOK OF BOY TROUBLE, VOLUME 2
[Source: Comics Should Be Good, Added: 3/29/11]
Today we take a look at the all-new, ALL-COLOR collection of the Boy Troubles tories of this gay comic anthology, including work from Robert Kirby, David Kelly (also the editors of the volume), Howard...
MONTH OF LGBT COMICS: BOY TROUBLE: 10TH ANNIVERSARY ISSUE
[Source: Comics Should Be Good, Added: 3/27/11]
Today we take a look at the 10th anniversary issue of the gay comic anthology Boy Trouble, edited by Robert Kirby and David Kelly.