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OUT FRONT Magazine – July 2022 issue: Kinky Geeks, plus Izzy Hands Leather Pride Flag Sticker

OUT FRONT Magazine – July 2022 issue: Kinky Geeks, plus Izzy Hands Leather Pride Flag Sticker published on
Yeah, so, apparently I completely forgot to make a post here to announce my comic in the July issue of OUT FRONT Magazine. Oops. But it works out okay, as I can now make a themed post about a couple of different projects.

ANYHOW, my July comic for OFM focused on Kinky Queers in Geeky Media, for the Kinky Geeks issue. As you can see from the header image, Laszlo Cravensworth from What We Do in the Shadows makes an appearance. You can find the comic on page 6 of the digital issue.

Speaking of kinky queers in geeky media, I made my first ever piece of fan merch, a leather/BDSM pride flag with an Izzy Hands theme:

I had done the heart hands illustration for an anthology zine I’m in (about which I shall reveal more at a later date), and decided to reuse it for a flag design. I’ve had this idea kicking around in my head for awhile, the zine just gave me an excuse to bring it into the world.

These stickers are $4 each, free shipping in the U.S., $2 shipping to the rest of the world. I have them for sale in my Ko-Fi shop, so go snag one if you are of a mind to do so.

I will (hopefully) remember to make a post about my August OFM comic before the month ends, but I haven’t picked up my physical copy yet, so it’ll wait until I manage to do that.



OUT FRONT Magazine – June 2022 issue – OFMD in OFM

OUT FRONT Magazine – June 2022 issue – OFMD in OFM published on

My newest comic for OUT FRONT Magazine is all about the queer rep in Our Flag Means Death, and how the show offers a welcome pushback against rising anti-LGBTQ prejudice. Digital edition is here (I’m on page 24).

Squeezing all of my thoughts and feels about this show down into a half-page comic was basically impossible. In the event you’re yearning for my much more detailed analysis, I have effectively ceded my Tumblr over to the lobe of my brain that is now dedicated to fine-toothed thematic and historical analysis of a gay pirate rom com. I am very much a sucker for media that is so richly crafted you get something new out of it each time you engage with it, noticing new details or themes you had missed before.

I’ve been doing a lot of OFMD fan art as well, but I haven’t been posting it here. If you want to peep it, the easiest way to find it is to hit up the aforementioned Tumblr or my Instagram.



OUT FRONT Magazine – May 2022 issue

OUT FRONT Magazine – May 2022 issue published on

This month’s OUT FRONT Magazine is all about Health and Wellness!

My comic for this issue explores the impact of our current political climate on the mental health of my queer and trans brain.

You can read the online edition here (I’m on page 6):



OUT FRONT Magazine – April 2022

OUT FRONT Magazine – April 2022 published on

Maybe what you need in your life today is a stoner vampire drag queen who drops bad puns without mercy or remorse? How the hell should I know.

BUT, should you dare, you will find Mx. Vape on Page 6 of the April 2022 issue of OUT FRONT Magazine.



OUT FRONT Magazine – March 2022

OUT FRONT Magazine – March 2022 published on

If you would like a break from the relentless onslaught of horrornews, might I suggest my comic about homebody drag kings in this month’s issue of OUT FRONT Magazine?

WARNING – may contain puns and moral turpitude, so proceed with caution to page 6:



Cannabear Holographic Vinyl Sticker

Cannabear Holographic Vinyl Sticker published on

I’m sure you’re all reading my comics for OUT FRONT Magazine religiously, and with great zeal. As such, you may remember this stoner bear from the comic that ran in the December 2021 issue. Well, my sticker vendor had a sale on holographic stickers, so more or less on a whim I decided to turn the Cannabear into a pretty, shiny sticker. And now you can obtain one (or more!) for your very own:

Cannabear holographic vinyl sticker of stoner bear with ediblesNEW! – Cannabear Holographic Sticker


Bears certainly do love things that are edible, don’t they? Ahem. This bear originally appeared in one of my comics for OUT FRONT Magazine. Printed on holographic material, the sticker changes colors according to the angle of the light.

This durable, glossy vinyl sticker can be affixed to notebooks, laptops, phone cases, water bottles, etc.

Sticker dimensions: 2.5 inches high x 3 inches wide

Stickers are $4.00 each, free shipping to the U.S., $2 shipping to the rest of the world.




OUT FRONT Magazine – February 2022 issue, plus e-commerce stuff

OUT FRONT Magazine – February 2022 issue, plus e-commerce stuff published on

The latest OUT FRONT Magazine is on the stands now (if you’re in the Denver area, that is), and I have a new comic in there! This seemed like a good issue to do a comic looking at just a few of the different manifestations that asexuality can take.

You can read the magazine online via their website (I’m on page 6).

I also made a public Patreon post wherein I go into some detail about the coloring choices for this comic.

E-commerce? What?

If you are not hooked into cartoonist Twitter, there’s been a big, BIG explosion this morning regarding Gumroad as a platform for selling indie comics. I’m not sure I want to get into the whole story here, but suffice it to say, Gumroad decided to take what could have been a very minor problem and dealt with it in a professional manner. Instead, they apparently, for reasons that are absolutely opaque to me, decided they’d rather bully and abuse a huge swath of creators in public, on Twitter, and then delete a bunch of those abusive tweets.

I have not quite picked my jaw up off the floor from seeing how badly they handled this whole thing. But it made me not trust them as a company going forward. My problem now is that I have to figure out a new platform for selling my self-published work. Since all of this blew up just this morning, I haven’t had a chance to figure out yet what my new thing is going to be. It may take me some days to sort it out (this is the kind of thing I dread having to deal with even under normal circumstances, nevermind the current howling mess).

I am also currently sidelined to some extent. My left shoulder, a.k.a. my drawing shoulder, seized up the other day, and I have not been able to un-seize it, no matter how much I rest or stretch or worry it with trigger point massagers. So I’m going back to physical therapy, but that’s a bit over a week away. As such, my time on the computer and at the drafting table is limited for awhile yet.

ANYWAY, once I sort out my new biz for selling comics online, I will post about it here.



OUT FRONT Magazine – January 2022

OUT FRONT Magazine – January 2022 published on

Why yes, I do indeed have a new comic in the January 2022 issue of OUT FRONT Magazine! Grab a print copy if you’re in the general vicinity of Denver, CO, or read online here (I’m on page 6):



Merry Solstice from the Mari Lwyd!

Merry Solstice from the Mari Lwyd! published on

Subscribe to my Patreon to see work-in-progress images of this piece!

The Mari Lwyd (pronounced Mah-ri Lloyd) is a wassailing folk custom found in South Wales. The name means “grey mare,” and refers to a hobby horse made from a horse’s skull mounted on a pole, which is carried by an individual hidden under a sackcloth.

A group of people would accompany the Mari Lwyd to local houses, where they would request entry by singing a song. The householders would be expected to turn them away, replying through song, and the two sides would continue singing their responses to one another until one side relented. If the householders gave in first, the Mari Lwyd team would be invited in and supplied with food and drink.

This tradition typically takes place sometime between the winter solstice and New Year’s Day. While some scholars have tried to append a Christian interpretation to the Mari Lwyd, claiming it somehow represents the Virgin Mary (?!?!), my own personal belief is that it stems from Welsh pranksters trying to scam booze and food from their neighbors by way of a horrifying puppet, and is closer in spirit to Halloween than Christmas.

As someone of Welsh descent, I wanted to create a winter holiday card that spoke to that aspect of my heritage, and which leans into my (perhaps relentless) love of Halloween.

Either way, I wish you a happy time this winter, with bountiful food and drink of your choosing!



OUT FRONT Magazine – December 2021 issue

OUT FRONT Magazine – December 2021 issue published on

Happy seasonal holiday greetings! Did you know your favorite trash animal got you a present? Check out page 9 of the December issue of Out Front Magazine to find out what you got:



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