My comic for this month’s issue takes a quick look at the history of the “disco sucks” movement. As someone who is very much into metal and punk and not so much into upbeat dance music, I am certainly guilty of having fallen into the “disco sucks” trap in the past. But, it turns out, “disco sucks” is not actually about whether or not you happen to like that style of music …
My comic for this month’s edition of OFM takes a look at some of my international encounters with trans people. One thing I’ve definitely found to be the case, especially in our modern internet-enabled era, is that there’s a lot of solidarity amongst trans folks across the globe, even to the point of transcending (pun intended) language barriers.
My comic for this month’s OUT FRONT Magazine is, in fact, a bunch of queer fashion weed puns. Like you do. And yeah, I’m barely skating to the finish line, posting this late in the afternoon on 4/20. You can have punctuality, or you can have comics about weed.
My comic for the January issue of OUT FRONT Magazine offers up some of my predictions for the coming year. You can read the whole thing in the online edition (I’m on page 6). Or, if you’re in Denver, you can grab a free copy at one of their drop locations!
I was interviewed for this film back in 2017 while I was at the Queers & Comics Conference organized by Jennifer Camper and Justin Hall, so yeah, you’ll see me and my work in there!
The film, directed by Vivian Kleiman, shares the same name as the anthology Justin published through Fantagraphics back in 2012, in which I also have some work. The book and the film focus on the last 50-ish years of queer comics history, how we get from utterly marginalized underground indie comics to Alison Bechdel’s bestseller-turned-hit-musical Fun Home.
The September issue of OUT FRONT Magazine is all about Masc & Femme, and my comic this time around offers some new lewks based on various members of the animal kingdom. Find me on page 6! Digital edition is here:
If you’re in the Denver area, you can also snag a free print copy at one of their drop locations.