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Reed Waller

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Bio: Reed Waller created the immensely popular anthropomorphic adults-only series Omaha The Cat Dancer with his then-wife, Kate Worley. They publicly came out as bisexual in their letters column in 1988, making them the first openly bisexual creators in comics.

They have had characters of all sexual orientations in their series, which moved from Kitchen Sink Press to Fantagraphics Books, which has several volumes of Omaha in print (including Vol. 1, Vol. 2, Vol. 3, and Vol. 4).

Reed's work has included stories in Gay Comics, Strip AIDS USA, Critters, Grateful Dead Comix, Real Girl, and the collections All American Hippie Comix and The Erotic Art of Reed Waller.


All American Hippie Comix
The Erotic Art of Reed Waller
Vol. 1
Vol. 2
Vol. 3
Vol. 4


[Queer Eye on Comics, Posted 9/25/05]
(Editor's Warning: If you're underage, avert your eyes to the following article. Turn your virgin eyes away! It's not graphic but it is suggested for more mature audiences.) Finding ways to satisfy your queer curiosity when you’re young without blowing your cover can be kind of difficult—especially if you’re a socially repressed, sheltered introvert with not much sexual experience to begin with. As an unfortunate member of that sad group, I was always told sex was reserved for married,…

This page last updated on 4/10/08.
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