Bryan Pierce has published Indigo Dax, a graphic novel in which almost all the characters are gay. It touches on plenty of classic fantasy and sci fi themes, including a space invasion and time travel, but does it with a gay twist.
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Richard Corman sheds more light on those 66 new/old Madonna Polaroids of his that he recently unearthed. They were shot in 1983 as part of a movie in which his mom, Cis Corman, wanted Madonna to star.
Corman will be showing the Polaroids in a Chelsea NYC gallery at the end of the year, and plans to display them as giant prints made by the world's largest Polaroid camera.
He also mentions that the movie his mom wanted Madonna for—a hip-hop Cinderella story—had the working title of Cindy Rella.
Check out the video after the jump ...
(Image via Felony & Mayhem)
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Sexy jock Josh Dugan's bare—and bear—butt.
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(Image via Pinot by Tituss)
Comics have come a long way since Jughead. In fact, they're now routinely going all the way, as—you should pardon the expression—illustrated by the cheerfully gay-erotic work created and/or published by Dale Lazarov.
(Image from Fast Friends via Sticky Graphic Novels)
Lazarov's output is the subject of a review by Cathy Camper for Lambda Literary, in which she reacts to discovering the fact that Lazarov's graphic novels are more graphic than novel, in that they have no written story, only visuals:
A wordless graphic novel is similar to a silent film, in that the story is told through the characters actions, expressions and small nuances in the comics’ settings, layout and pace. In these productions, Lazarov lists himself as writer, but also sometimes art director, and both his eye for detail and his artists’ talents are what make the sexy proceedings in these comics work.
Sometimes, a dirty picture is worth a thousand words.
Samples from Greek Love (Work Unfriendly) here.
Samples from Fast Friends (Work Unfriendly) here.
Samples from Peacock Punks (Work Unfriendly) here.
For his Sticky Graphic Novels imprint, Lazarov is a writer and art director, and also acts as publisher for books by others, all of which he describes as “wordless, gay character-based, sex-positive graphic novels.”
(Image from Greek Love via Sticky Graphic Novels)
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