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New Release: Eden II – K. Wroten

Eden II - K. Wroten

QSFer K. Wroten has a new queer sci-fi graphic novel out (gay, non-binary, trans FTM): Eden II. A blistering critique of digital media and a kaleidoscopic depiction of consumer culture, Eden II is both fanciful and satirical, a combination of deft cartooning and virtuosic storytelling. In the grungy, punk-inflected world K. Wroten creates, a cast of disaffected young characters struggle to find their purpose in life. Faced with a dying Earth and numbingly useless jobs, protagonists Ellis and Dr. Otis Heck invent an immersive virtual reality game, Eden II. But when Heck betrays Ellis and sells the game to a … Read more

Special Edition of “Heartstopper” Graphic Novel Released to Coincide With Netflix Series

Heartstopper Graphic Novel

A special edition of gay graphic novel series, Heartstopper is being released alongside the upcoming Netflix adaption. The much-anticipated adaption of the best-selling YA series, by Alice Oseman is arriving on the streaming platform on 22 April. Oseman has announced that fans can get a tie-in version of Heartstopper Volume One, with a new cover featuring the show’s stars. It will be released on 28 April and fans can pre-order it from Amazon and Waterstones. Full Story from Pink News

ANNOUNCEMENT & INTERVIEW: Journey to Gaytopia, by Joel Craig

Journey to Gaytopia

QSFer Joel Craig has a new gay sci fi graphic novel out: Broke actors Joel Craig and Stephen Foster have just had the break of a lifetime, series regular roles on The Julianne Moore and Madonna Half Hour Comedy Show. But during the filming of the show Madonna is kidnapped by Mae Dunaway, the evil twin sister of Faye Dunaway, and whisked away into a science fiction alternate parallel universe. Joel and Stephen are in hot pursuit in efforts to rescue Madonna from the evil clutches of Mae and get help from some new friends along the way in the … Read more

FOR WRITERS: Adapting Your Work

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FOR WRITERS Today’s writer topic comes from QSFer Hank Cannon: Writers: Do you consider “pre-adapting” your work for eventual translation into another medium? Do you make voice and point of view choices that can make something easier to film, as opposed to requiring a lot of reworking? Is this something worthy to take into consideration, or is it just a pipe dream not to be entertained? Join the chat

Graphic Novel / Web Comic Week: Day Two – Dave Davenport

Dave Davenport

Hey all, The long-awaited second annual graphic novel week is here! Each day we’ll be interviewing a different graphic novel writer, artist or team. Dave Davenport Today: Dave Davenport – author of “Feral and the Ghost Skater”, will join us at Noon Pacific: My comics I am most known for is called “Feral and the Ghost Skater”, it’s an erotic horror story. Originally it was about a gay werewolf that falls for the ghost of a dead skateboarder, but in the second story a character who was the lover of the skater when he was alive came into the story, … Read more

Graphic Novel / Web Comic Week: Day One – Natsuya Uesugi

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Hey all, The long-awaited second annual graphic novel week is here! Each day we’ll be interviewing a different graphic novel writer, artist or team. Natsuya uesugi Today: Natsuya uesugi – author of the grydscaen series, who is now moving into illustrated versions of his work: Natsuya uesugi is a systems analyst and has worked in the design of aerospace, semiconductor and financial systems. With a Master’s Degree in International Management and a minor in Japanese, Natsuya has been around computers most of his life. He also studied animation and game design in art school where he finalized the character designs … Read more

Announcement: Syndicandi, by Joanna Krotka and Roberto Iolini


Joanna Krotka and Roberto Iolini have a new FF science fiction romance adventure project out: REAL LOVE IN A SYNTHETIC WORLD Studio Syncandi Kyoto proudly presents SYNCANDI – a new science fiction romance adventure story told through comics, songs, videos and more! Sync is an elite military assassin infected by a viral weapon. Sync’s body is mostly synthetic – only her heart and brain are original. She’d rather die than have the state corporation which owns her body turn her into a fully synthetic immortal killer. She decides to exile herself to an abandoned experimental zone codenamed Genies Res, a … Read more

Announcement: The Young Protectors: Engaging the Enemy (Kindle), by Alex Woolfson

The Young Protectors

QSFer Alex Woolfson’s queer superhero graphic novel, The Young Protectors, is finally out on Kindle: Evil can be seductive… Kyle–a closeted, teen superhero who can control fire–has finally summoned up the courage to enter a local gay bar. It’s his very first step towards accepting himself. Unfortunately for him, his very next step out of the bar places him face-to-face with The Annihilator, “the most dangerous supervillain in the world.” And the price that The Annihilator demands to keep Kyle’s secret will lead Kyle down a path fraught with danger, adventure and unexpected romance. It’s a path that will force … Read more

Review: Artifice, by Alex Woolfson

Now I see what all the fuss is about. I just finished reading the graphic novel Artifice, by Alex Woolfson (illustrations by Winona Nelson). When we planned to attend Rainbow Con, Angel was all excited about the featured guest, some guy I’d never heard of. Turns out Alex had the table across from QSF in the dealer room – he’s a great, sweet, personable guy. I’m sorry it took me so long to review this, Alex! I planned to buy it at RC, but Mark dissuaded me – apparently because he wanted to surprise me for Christmas with a signed … Read more

Announcement: Pact Arcanum, by Arshad Ahsanuddin

Pact Arcanum

QSFer Arshad Ahsanuddin has a new paranormal graphic novel coming out on 8/31: For millennia, the Sentinels have hunted the vampires with steel and magic… Alexandria, Egypt, 2008. Antonio is the Wind of Fire, the strongest Sentinel of that element, the most powerful spellcaster of his generation. Edgar is a capable Fire Sentinel in his own right, and serves as Antonio’s lieutenant. Together, the two of them were chosen for a very special mission: to scout out the vampires’ greatest citadel in preparation for the Sentinels’ final assault. Their actions that night will set in motion a destructive chain of … Read more