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“… I was talking it over with a friend who asked what I thought I would look like pregnant. Without thinking, I answered, ‘like a pregnant Tintin,’ and drew her a sketch of the boy reporter with hair flip, knee britches and beach ball under his sweater. For me, this image represented a best-case scenario for how I might embody pregnancy.”… read more
This week the Lambda Literary Review honors the impact comic books and graphic novels have had on our lives.
To start off Lambda Literary Comic Book week, here’s what some of today’s most prominent LGBTQ graphic novelists and artists (Howard Cruse, Ellen Forney, Phil Jimenez, Rachel Pollack, and more) had to say about the comic books that have inspired them…… read more
Martin Eden’s characters proportions are more indie than mainstream superhero – don’t come here if you’re looking for massive thighs or monstrous breasts. His drawing style is simple but emotionally expressive enough to draw you into the characters and inspire you to follow their stories. … read more
Gay Genius comes with its own definition at the back of the book. The Romans thought genius was a guardian spirit, but it also means an influential person or one with high mental ability. Readers are given sample usage as well: “Your gay genius astounds me” or “ Last night my gay genius appeared to… read more