Artist Features

Comix Creator Feature: Ashley McCammon

“My name is Ashley McCammon, and I’m a queer comic artist/cartoonist in Dallas TX! My main project right now is Obelisk, a gothic horror comic. I also have a portfolio and a Patreon!” Instagram | Twitter | InPrnt | Ko-Fi | ArtStation | Shop What do you do? (Write, draw, edit, publish, promote etc.) How did you get started doing that?…… Continue reading Comix Creator Feature: Ashley McCammon

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Comix Creator Feature: Jey Barnes

I’m Jey, and I do the queer demon-summoner slice of life webcomic Job Satisfaction. I use they/them pronouns and live in Boston with my two partners, who are also artists. I’m a monster smoocher and my comic reflects this as indulgently as possible. My personal/sketch blog is Prawnlegs.tumblr.com, and I can be found on Twitter…… Continue reading Comix Creator Feature: Jey Barnes

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Comix Creator Feature: Archie Bongiovanni

My name is Archie Bongiovanni. I’m a queer and genderqueer cartoonist and teacher based in Minneapolis. My work has been published online, in anthologies, in mini-comics, and graphic novels. I currently create a monthly webcomic called Grease Bats for Autostraddle.com about two queer bffs tackling homophobia, transphobia, and issues facing (and within) the queer community.…… Continue reading Comix Creator Feature: Archie Bongiovanni

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Comix Creator Feature: Finn Lucullan

“I’m Finn, a 23 year old agender Canadian artist. I use the singular they. My main project right now is Crash and Burn, a queer space opera in print and online. You can reach me on twitter @khialest.” What do you do? (Write, draw, edit, publish, promote etc.) How did you get started doing that?…… Continue reading Comix Creator Feature: Finn Lucullan

Comic news · Queer comics

More queer comics! (And a few other neat things)

Listen. I’m madly in love with the wide variety of anthologies featuring queer creators and comics I’m finding. I’ve found a few more, and a few other neat things outside the sphere of ‘normal’ comics. More queer anthologies (read part one here): The Other Side: A queer paranormal comics anthology Oath: an anthology of queer…… Continue reading More queer comics! (And a few other neat things)