LATEST PRISM NEWS
Terence Griep’s Real Life Gay Wrestling Alter Ego SpiderBaby Crosses Over Into Comics in Champions #55!
Long Beach, CA - Heroic Publishing today announced the release of a comic book with a postmodern kink. "At What Price Victory?", the lead story in Champions #55, guest stars the alter ego of author Terrance Griep who spends his nights and weekends as professional...read more
James Robinson, writer of DC's Earth 2, talks to Jase Peeples of LGBT news magazine, The Advocate about the rumored but now confirmed coming out of Alan Scott, the original Green Lantern, now refashioned due to the recent reboot of the DC Universe. Read all about it...read more
Bluewater Productions has issued the following press release for their upcoming RuPaul comic, written by Michael Troy (The Blonde Squad): Andre Charles is better known when he dresses in drag and entertains millions everyday as his over-the-top and fabulous alter ego...read more
Wuvable Oaf comes roaring back into Portland for Stumptown Comics Fest 2012, April 28-29th at the Portland Convention Center (http://www.stumptowncomics.com)! It's going to be our biggest year yet, with the debut of a brand new doll, a signing party, a panel...read more
Chicago, IL – Join Prism Comics, a nonprofit supporting LGBT comics, creators, and readers, at Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo (C2E2) this Friday, April 13 through Sunday, April 15. Meet your favorite creators at the Prism Booth #668, attend the queer panel...read more
Prism Comics will be making its eighth appearance at Emerald City Comicon in Seattle, and will be joined at its booth by Jeff Krell (creator of Jayson), Donna Barr (creator of The Desert Peach and Stinz), and by creators from Lambda-Award winning publisher Northwest...read more
Join us at WonderCon, coming up this weekend, March 16-18. It’s moved to Anaheim this year, so we’re highlighting LGBT Disney fandom and much more. See you real soon! Read on for all the details on signings, booth parnters, and panels!read more
Wuvable Oaf and crew will be making the trip from San Francisco to take part in WonderCon 2012, March 16-18th at the Anaheim Convention Center (WonderCon)! Visit creator Ed Luce in the Small Press section, booth # SP-031, where he'll be debuting the new Kisses Kerry...read more
Terrance Griep Contributes To Anthology Dark Spectrum Available Now Exclusively on Kindle! Old-School Pulp-Fiction Thrills!
Mansion Media today announced the official launch of its latest project, Dark Spectrum. "We'll soon be doing a superhero anthology comic, Giant-Size Spectrum, and Dark Spectrum is essentially a prose precursor," reports Mansion Media publisher David Watkins. "Dark...read more
The web television show “The Variants,” the award-winning queer comedy series about life in a comic book shop, premieres the final episode of season two, “The Sellouts,” on February 2. In “The Sellouts,” an interested foreign investor and his lawyer (played by Curt Franklin and Chris Haley of the hit web comic “Let’s Be Friends Again”) quiz Zeus Comics employees to determine if the store is worth franchising.read more
Some of the geekiest and most creative minds have joined together to bring BENT-CON back for the second year! BENT-CON is the convention for encouraging, celebrating and appreciating LGBT and LGBT-friendly comic-book artists, writers, creators, publishers, directors...read more
So Super Duper” and “Junkyard Angels” make history with the first queer superhero crossover event!read more
Returning for a SIXTH year with a new name and an expanded mission! Images of the World's Most Iconic Heroines Will Help Benefit Domestic Violence Prevention-Intervention Agencies in Oregon, New Jersey, and Texas! PORTLAND, OREGON - In October 2006-2010, five annual...read more
Get ready for The Pride, a new comic book written by Joe Glass with art by Gavin Mitchell and Kris Carter about a gay superhero group. Preorder The Pride and help fund the project at Indiegogo. If you pre-order, you will get a special edition with extras in November....read more
Zan on sale! Marked down, but undiminished in value. We were tired and somewhat delirious by Sunday. But Zan and Tony Breed kept the dance party going. Over at Geeks Out, Suzana Harcum and Owen White were talking to the press about their series trippingoveryou.com. I...read more
Hey ho, your intrepid Prism flack’s first report from New York Comic-Con 2011. This one’ll be quick because I’m beat! Okay, here’s the convention center: Here’s the dungeon from hell they shoved me in trying to get in (and I had a badge!). Ten switchbacks, almost an...read more
Check it out! George Gene Gustines of the New York Times featured Prism Comics, our esteemed President Charles "Zan" Christensen, and the fab Ivan Velez, Jr. in an article on New York Comic-Con! Here's the text: "DIVERSITY OUTREACH Creating comic books that reflect...read more
Documentary about Artist Jeffrey Catherine Jones Featured at Better Things Panel at New York Comic-Con!
New York, NY - Macab Films is proud to announce that director Maria Cabardo will be hosting a panel at this year’s New York Comic Con showcasing her upcoming documentary feature Better Things: The Life and Choices of Jeffrey Catherine Jones. This highly anticipated...read more
New York, NY – Prism Comics, the premier nonprofit supporting LGBT comics, will be "Queer Central" for both creators and fans at New York Comic-Con from October 13-16! Prism's double booth #1058 will host signings with top LGBT comic book creators all weekend. Prism...read more
JD Glass and Kris Dresen Appearing at the Prism Comics Booth and Panel This Weekend at New York Comic-Con!
New York, NY - Eisner nominee Kris Dresen and Lambda Literary Award Finalist JD Glass will appear both at the Prism Comics booth (#1058) and at the panel, XX: The Women in Queer Comics, this weekend at New York Comic-Con, October 13-16. Glass’ new title—CORE—which...read more
Eisner Nominee Kris Dresen will debut gone! as an offering from new publishing imprint, Outlines Press. Dresen will premiere gone! at the 2011 New York Comic-Con taking place from October 13th to the 16th. “This work really had me pushing myself in terms of...read more
San Francisco, CA — On October 1st at the Alternative Press Expo (APE), Prism Comics announced the recipient of the 2011 Queer Press Grant. This year’s grant is being awarded to Robert Kirby for his LGBT comics anthology series, Three. Prism Comics, which supports...read more
Oaf creator Ed Luce and publisher Mark Herzog will be bringing the Oaf to APE (booth #429, right across from Prism Comics) on Saturday, October 1st through Sunday, the 2nd at the Concourse in San Francisco (635 8th Street at Brannan). Visit...read more
Justin Hall and Dave Davenport Appearing at APE This Weekend! Hall Moderating Queer Cartoonists Panel!
Meet Justin Hall (Glamazonia: The Uncanny Super-Tranny!) this weekend at the Alternative Press Expo (APE) in San Francisco, October 1-2, where he will be sharing a table with Dave Davenport (Hard To Swallow). Hall will have two new books for APE this year--the...read more
Brian Andersen will appear at next weekend’s Alternative Press Expo (APE), next weekend in San Francisco from October 1-2! He will have his own table, #604, where he will be selling all of his comics plus debuting the third issue of Reignbow & Dee-Va! (also now...read more
Internationally acclaimed German cartoonist Ralf König has produced a sequel to his best-selling graphic novel The Killer Condom. The sequel, titled Down to the Bone, will make its English-language debut at San Francisco's Alternative Press Expo (APE) on October 1....read more
The Dirty Comics Show Curated by Jon Macy Features Mari Naomi, Patrick Fillion, Justin Hall and More at The Center for Sex and Culture in October in SF!
Erotic comics are as old as comics themselves. While comics were thought of as the medium of adolescents for much of the twentieth century, erotic work has always permeated the form. Jon Macy has curated a show featuring the work of over thirty contemporary artists....read more
Check out Maria Burnham’s terrific new webcomic, Jesus Loves Lesbians Too. Here’s Maria’s introduction--in her own words: “I am pleased to announce a writing project that needs some followers! In April of this year, I decided to broach a subject very near and dear to...read more