Websites: The Wonderful World of Bill, Bar Scrawl
Bio: Bill Roundy draws the weekly comic strip "Bar Scrawl" for The Brooklyn Paper. The strip is a non-fiction guide to Brooklyn's drinking establishments, highlighting a different bar each week. He also draws an autobiographical webcomic The Amazing Adventures of Bill.
Bill also writes and draws gay romance mini-comics. His work has been featured in the anthologies Young Bottoms In Love and The Book of Boy Trouble 2.
RECENT PRISM COMICS FEATURES
PRISM HITS NYC'S MUSEM OF COMIC & COMIC ART FEST!
[News, Posted 6/8/09]
Hola from New York!
The Tony's weren't the only thing happening in New York for the gay nerd.
Prism appeared at the Museum of Comic & Comic Art's annual Art Fest, held this year in the much larger 69th Regiment Armory building, which is a hugely historical place as site of the Armory Show in 1913, "a legendary watershed date in the history of American art, introducing astonished New Yorkers, accustomed to realistic art, to modern art" per Wikipedia (and the tradition continues today with…
"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!
A QUEER DAY IN NYC! MOCCA ART FEST 2008 REPORT!
[News, Posted 6/7/08]
Read David's queer report of a queer day selling queer comics at a not completely queer alternative arts comix festival. Lots of scruffy guys, nerdy trendy girls, no deodorant and no limits! Read on!
[Color Commentary, Posted 4/7/06]
This is a mini-review since I'm reviewing a mini-comic. For those not in the know, these comics vary not only in size from mainstream comics but also in content. Because they're mostly self-produced, self-Xeroxed and self-distributed, the creators can do what they want, meaning the content can be more personal, esoteric or explicit. You'll find the gayer ones at well-stocked comics stores, cons, creators' websites, or at Prism's Shop.
Man Enough is one of these…
APE 2005 WRAP-UP
[News, Posted 4/12/05]
To paraphrase a certain Comic Book Guy: "Best… APE… ever." In so many ways.
"We were everywhere" at the Alternative Press Expo this year. I counted about 10 queer exhibitors, and I'm sure I missed some: Eric Shanower and David Maxine (Hungry Tiger Press), Jennifer Camper (Juicy Mother), Justin Hall (True Travel Tales from All Thumbs Press), David Kelly and Robert Kirby (Boy Trouble), Brett Hopkins and Richard Ruane (Two Shy Guys), Sean-Z (Myth), Randall…
RECENT OFFSITE FEATURES
SCENE + HEARD: GEEKS OUT EVENT AT RUBIN MUSEUM TRADES TALK OF LADY GAGA FOR TALK OF WONDER WOMAN
[Source: Next Magazine, Added: 1/30/12]
Gay nerds brought a touch of bespectacled fabulousness to the Rubin Museum of Art on Friday for Geeks Out January social event. A social group of at least 60 nerdy queers took over the museum's K2...
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: BROOD
[Source: Comics Should Be Good, Added: 3/25/11]
Today we take a look at Bill Roundy’s cute/disturbing horror romance mini-comic, Brood.
MONTH OF LGBT COMICS: MAN ENOUGH
[Source: Comics Should Be Good, Added: 3/17/11]
Today we take a look at a charming, well-told mini-comic by Bill Roundy about the first date of two gay men, one of whom is transgender.
PHILADELPHIA GAY NEWS INTERVIEWS BILL ROUNDY (“THE AMAZING ADVENTURES OF BILL")!
[Source: Philadelphia Gay News, Added: 9/14/09]