A skeptical ghost story for those who wish Edmund Blackadder were gay, this comic includes the entire Old Ghosts storyline, as well as a selection of some of the best comics from the strip’s 14-year run.
“An insightful, humorous and unique comic.” — Lambda Literary Review
“A fun, clever story, somewhat akin to a drawing room comedy.” — Panel Patter
“A nicely dialectical exposé in the shape of a comedy where opposites attract.” — Gay Comics List
Put gay conservatives, goth lipstick lesbians, genderqueers, and bisexual musicians into blender. Mix at low speed until thoroughly entangled. Salt and pepper to taste. Garnish with satire. You can now read the entire run of PIQue comics on tapastic.com.
The main storyline of the first round of Politically InQueerect comics. Meet Todd and Archer, a gay Republican couple, and their friends and relations.
The second long-form story from Politically InQueerect, in which we meet Todd’s cousin Dee, Archer’s ex Rand (neé Lamont, and the secret identity of The Genderqueer), and Alicia, Archer’s secretary-by-day, goth-rocker-by-night.
Taking place shortly after the events of Politically InQueerect #2, Dee and Alicia swap high school horror stories via chat.
Todd joins Archer and his mother on a journey to England to help Archer’s grandmother move. Gran is adamant that her old house is haunted, Archer is adamant that it isn’t. Will Archer’s skepticism lead to his peril, or is Gran amusing herself with a huge wind-up?
Assorted one- and two-pagers starring the cast of Politically InQueerect.