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THE FIFTH ANNUAL CLALLAM BAY COMICON SOON!

THE FIFTH ANNUAL CLALLAM BAY COMICON SOON!

CLALLAM BAY, WASHINGTON - The fifth annual Clallam Bay Comicon will be held July 9-10, 2016, in the Lion's Club building in Clallam Bay (90 Bogachiel Street), on Washington State's Olympic Peninsula.  Canadian artist, writer and illustrator Leanne Franson will be the...

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SPOTLIGHT ON: CATHERINE ESGUERRA

SPOTLIGHT ON: CATHERINE ESGUERRA

The Prism Spotlights continue with Catherine Esguerra — Prism Comics’ 2016 Queer Press Grant co-recipient (along with Elizabeth Beier)! Mini interview by Prism Grant Chair Jon Macy. JON MACY: Congratulations on receiving the Queer Press Grant. I want to know more...

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SPOTLIGHT ON: ELIZABETH BEIER

SPOTLIGHT ON: ELIZABETH BEIER

The Prism Spotlights continue with Elizabeth Beier -- Prism Comics' 2016 Queer Press Grant co-recipient (along with Catherine Esguerra)! Mini interview by Prism Grant Chair Jon Macy. JON MACY: First of all please let me congratulate you on receiving the Queer Press...

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PRISM COMICS ANNOUNCES 2016 QUEER PRESS GRANT WINNER

PRISM COMICS ANNOUNCES 2016 QUEER PRESS GRANT WINNER

The recipient of the 2016 Prism Comics Queer Press Grant was announced at the ALPHABET -10 Years of the Prism Comics Queer Press Grant panel by Prism Comics Queer Press Grant chair Jon Macy, at Wondercon. This year was a tie betwee Catherine Esguerra for Eighty Days and Elizabeth Beier for I Like Your Headband.

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PRISM COMICS AT LONG BEACH COMIC EXPO – BOOTH 1003

PRISM COMICS AT LONG BEACH COMIC EXPO – BOOTH 1003

What: Prism Comics Is Exhibiting at Long Beach Comic Expo – Booth 1003 When:  Saturday, February 20, 10 am* – 7 pm  (*9 am for Advanced Ticket Holders)             Sunday, February 21, 2016, 10 am* - 5 pm  (*9 am for Advanced Ticket Holders) Where: Long Beach...

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COMING OUT AS GAY SUPERHEROES

COMING OUT AS GAY SUPERHEROES

Prism Board Member, Tara Madison Avery, was featured in an article published in the New York Times December 24, 2015.  The article looks at the growing number of LGBTQ characters in comics.   And, as mentioned in the article, Tara has recently started her own company...

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SPOTLIGHT ON: DAX TRAN-CAFFEE

SPOTLIGHT ON: DAX TRAN-CAFFEE

Continuing the new Prism Spotlight series, Prism Grant Chair Jon Macy talks with Dax Tran-Caffee: JON: Are there any restraints to web comics in content or format, and are print comics really dead? DAX: At the moment I'm getting really knocked around by mobile...

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SPOTLIGHT ON: BEX

SPOTLIGHT ON: BEX

The Prism Spotlight mini-interviews continue with Prism Grant Chair Jon Macy talking with the artist known as Bex, whose work will be seen in the upcoming ALPHABET anthology from Stacked Deck Press.

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See The Special ALPHABET SAMPLER!

See The Special ALPHABET SAMPLER!

ALPHABET celebrates 10 Years of The Prism Comics Queer Press Grant and features new full-color work from almost 50 comics creators including recipients of the Grant, creators who submitted for the Grant and supporters of the Grant.

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WELCOME TO OUR NEW WEBSITE!

WELCOME TO OUR NEW WEBSITE!

Welcome, everyone, to the new Prism Comics website! We’re very excited to have a brand new, updated look and mobile device-ready site featuring tons of new features and content.  Just some of the new features coming this week include IMPROVED SEARCH FUNCTIONS and...

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IN MEMORY OF GEO KOVICH

IN MEMORY OF GEO KOVICH

Fall is a busy time of year for Prism with a number of conventions across the county.  We couldn’t exhibit at conventions without the help of dedicated volunteers from around the country.  Men, women, gay, straight, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, asexual, younger,...

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SPOTLIGHT ON: DAVE DAVENPORT

SPOTLIGHT ON: DAVE DAVENPORT

This year’s recipient of the Prism Comics Queer Press Grant is Dave Davenport. Dave, who is developing his graphic novel Stray Bullet, recounts the adventures of Feral and the Ghost Skater, a werewolf and a spectral skate punk who have strange adventures in the queerer regions of the supernatural.

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SPOTLIGHT ON: HAZEL NEWLEVANT

SPOTLIGHT ON: HAZEL NEWLEVANT

Hazel Newlevant is a cartoonist who grew up in Portland, Oregon and attended the School of Visual Arts.

She’s the creator and publisher of many comics, including the Xeric Award-winning CiVediamo. She has worked for Top Shelf and Dark Horse Comics, and is the co-lead editor of the digital comics magazine INK.

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Prism Comics At Comikaze

Prism Comics At Comikaze

PRISM COMICS is proud to be exhibiting at COMIKAZE EXPO at the Los Angeles Convention Center – BOOTH #912 from Friday, October 30th through Sunday, November 1st. Prism will be part of a festive “LGBTQIA Comics Island” along with Northwest Press in Booth #910.

Click on this article for information about our booth activities and our panel “LGBTQ COMICS TODAY – LIFE INTO ART”.

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All Things Queer At San Diego Comic-Con 2015

All Things Queer At San Diego Comic-Con 2015

Here’s the information for all things queer (that we at Prism Comics know of) that will be happening at San Diego Comic-Con.

This is the link the pdf version of this year’s Gay Agenda. Print versions will be available at the Prism Comics Booth.

Here’s a list of highlights

PRISM COMICS BOOTH CREATORS, DAYS AND TIMES as of 7-1-15

Zan Christensen: Northwest Press-Preview Night Through Sunday-All Day

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Prism Comics at WonderCon Anaheim 2015

Prism Comics at WonderCon Anaheim 2015

Prism Comics will be exhibiting, presenting panels and announcing the recipient of the 2015 Prism Comics Queer Press Grant at WonderCon Anaheim.

Prism Comics, the leading non-profit organization supporting LGBTQ comics, comics creators and readers, is once again exhibiting at WonderCon Anaheim, Friday, April 3 through Sunday, April 5. “WonderCon and Comic-Con International are very welcoming of diversity.” said Ted Abenheim, President of Prism Comics. “And we’re excited to once again be exhibiting at WonderCon Anaheim to celebrate LGBTQ comics, popular media, geek culture and cosplay.”

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