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My Hated Affection by Veiovis



TransMissions By Alex Ringholm Updates without warning!



Starcrossed By Erica Batton Tuesday and Friday



Different Worlds By Delena Updates daily



Lexicon punks By Stevie Wilson weekly when ever



Jesus & The Marys



Tripping Over You Written and Illustrated by Suzana Weekly (Monday)



Laura Seabrook's Queer Stuff : Ideas and Theories (Volume 1) written & drawn by laura Seabrook irregular



Lovely Feelings a cute story by Jelena Daily, except when I don't want to



Dear Family by adek I will update when I update



Rainbow Connection by Steven Prokop Tuesdays and Thursdays



KIttyboy Action Annual Updated At Whim



Free Z by Willie Hewes Completed



Graduation Day by Vatina by Vatina updates on weekdays



There's Something (Wrong) About Deery By Golden Flower weekly, but don't count on it


Recommended Reading


I've spent hours upon hours browsing through Laura Seabrook's works, and I've never failed to find her work fascinating, thought-provoking, and informative.

I've spent hours upon hours browsing through Laura Seabrook's works, and I've never failed to find her work fascinating, thought-provoking, and informative.

She's also one of the wisest people I've ever spoken with.  In Seabrook's "Queer Stuff" she writes on a number of important topics such as Queer Stories, In & Out, In and Out - Part 2 and 3, Mental Health - Suicide, Depression and Drugs.

Her Apocryphal Tales are stories with a moral ending, which quite honestly makes her a modern Aesop. I also like her drawing style.  She would say it's not refined, but I think it meshes perfectly with the stories she tells and keeps readers of all backgrounds interested.

For today's questioning youth, "Queer Stuff: Ideas and Theories" is a highly recommended read!

... read it now!



There is an area of comics in general where few dare to go, and even fewer manage to make it entertaining. That is the comics based on religion of some sort; however, Jesus & The Marys accomplishes at what many have failed.

In the world of comics in general, it is very difficult to find a good series that tries to be funny about religion. Some go overboard trying to be shocking and offensive, and they market it as 'daring', snarling defiantly at anyone who might criticise them. Others languish in mediocrity, never really crossing or even approaching any lines of controversy. Either way it is somehow very difficult for most creators to make humour out of religion, whatever it might be.

However, in Jesus & The Marys, that's exactly what's happened. It's funny, it's a refreshing viewpoint, and it's total fantasy yet immediately accessible. It's an outlandish premise that manages to be something the reader buys into because he wants to buy into it. It isn't garish or over-the-top when it could easily be, and instead the art -- reminiscent of classic comics from the 60s and underground comix that still exist today -- remains familiar while keeping its most dynamic qualities.

Although it's really only just peeked out of its crib, there is a great deal of potential for Jesus & The Marys, and it's a title well worth watching, well worth looking into. This has the capacity to make a statement. And that statement is, 'religious humour can be funny'. You have the outrageous setting, the hilarious Lotta, and the straight man -- no pun intended -- Jesus. Some creators couldn't make something like this work, but Frey has done an ideal job with it.

In fact, he's done a faaaabulous job with it.

I can't wait for more!

 

... read it now!


Pam Harrison on Starcrossed By Erica Batton

Though it's only a fledgling series, this slice-of-life series about a teen lesbian coming to terms with her sexuality and a pretty grim situation at home promises to be a great read.

Though it's only a fledgling series, this slice-of-life series about a teen lesbian coming to terms with her sexuality and a pretty grim situation at home promises to be a great read.

I love Erica Batton's storytelling and transitional style.  The art is also young and fresh, and hints of great style when the artist is a little more seasoned.  All in all, great job!  I'll bookmark this one in my favorites and follow it as long as you keep it rolling!

... read it now!


Arrell City of the future    ··||··    Complex Girl a GL & BL manga by Delena Daily, except when I am lazy    ··||··    Dear Family by adek I will update when I update    ··||··    Different Worlds By Delena Updates daily    ··||··    Dollar Store Caviar by Rayne Ratliff Semi-weekly    ··||··    Fix-a-Heart by Willie Hewes    ··||··    Free Z by Willie Hewes Completed    ··||··    GETTING REAL- "Oranges & Bananas" By Brandy Hatfield One shot , no updates    ··||··    Graduation Day by Vatina by Vatina updates on weekdays    ··||··    Hypergraphia 3: Sexuality and Gender by Laura Seabrook reprint, irregular    ··||··    Jesus & The Marys    ··||··    KIttyboy Action Annual Updated At Whim    ··||··    Kyle & Atticus By Sfe M. Wednesdays (I hope)    ··||··    Laura Seabrook's Queer Stuff : Ideas and Theories (Volume 1) written & drawn by laura Seabrook irregular    ··||··    Lexicon punks By Stevie Wilson weekly when ever    ··||··    Lost in The Jungle Written and Illustrated by MLE Once a week, unless I'm busy with school    ··||··    Lovely Feelings a cute story by Jelena Daily, except when I don't want to    ··||··    My Hated Affection by Veiovis    ··||··    Rainbow Connection by Steven Prokop Tuesdays and Thursdays    ··||··    Simple Kiss Delena (Art&Story) One-shot, randomly updates    ··||··    Starcrossed By Erica Batton Tuesday and Friday    ··||··    Suddenly Complicated Written and badly illustrated by Helena, the Halogen Cat. When the comic's done. =/ Seriously, not sure yet.    ··||··    THE COMEBACK Written & illustrated by Brandy Hatfield    ··||··    The One Delena (Art&Story) Daily, except when lazy    ··||··    There's Something (Wrong) About Deery By Golden Flower weekly, but don't count on it    ··||··    TransMissions By Alex Ringholm Updates without warning!    ··||··    Tripping Over You Written and Illustrated by Suzana Weekly (Monday)    ··||··    Yokubou: Breaking Halos By Robin F. Wednesday and Friday    ··||··    Z's Metro Tales by Z Whenever I feel ike it    ··||··   
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