by Oct 6, 2015News0 comments

Prism Comics is joining with Northwest Press and SkinTight USA to exhibit at New York Comic Con – Thursday, October 8 through Sunday, October 11 – Booth #1483. Northwest Press will offer a wide selection of LGBTQ books and comics including many award-winning anthologies and graphic novels. Prism will be presenting a number of LGBTQ creators signing their works plus “Homo Superior” mugs and tote bags which benefit the Prism Comics Queer Press Grant. SkinTIghtUSA will be promoting diversity and positive image in cosplay and its SkinTightUSA events.

NYCC 2015Creators and cosplayers appearing at the booth include: Tara Madison Avery (Gooch, Anything That Loves), Morgan Boecher (What’s Normal Anyway?), Abby Denson (Tough Love, Dolltopia), Kristen Enos (Web of Lives), Greg Fox (Kyle’s Bed and Breakfast), Joe Glass (The Pride), Sina Grace (L’il Depressed Boy, Self-Obsessed), Jay Justice (cosplayer), Jeff Krell (Jayson Comics), L. Nichols (Flocks), Tony Ray (cosplayer) and others.*

In addition, Prism is presenting a panel on


Saturday, Oct. 10 – 1:30 – 2:30 PM: Room 1A01

The autobiography genre has been a staple of indie comics for decades. Some of the best examples of the form are the work of LGBT creators who have used this platform to share stories about their often misunderstood subcultures. Join Prism Comics and Moderator Tara Madison Avery (Gooch) and Panelists Morgan Boecher (What’s Normal Anyway?), Sina Grace (Self-Obsessed), L. Nichols (Flocks), Carlo Quispe (Uranus), AK Summers (Pregnant Butch) and Ariel Schrag (Likewise) for a lively discussion about comics that are true to queer life!

And Prism Board members, Tara Madison Avery and Kristen Enos, will be participating in the following panel:


Saturday, Oct. 10 – 5:15 – 6:15 PM: Room 1A01

What’s the “Right” way to create a transgender character? What kind of stories make the best use of transgender characters, what representation appeals to transgender readers and what unique contributions can Transgender Creators make to the industry? Join panelists Charles Battersby, Jennie Wood, Marguerite Bennett, Morgan Boecher, P. Kristen Enos and Tara Madison Avery as they discuss how Trans characters can be best portrayed in comics and geek media.

Prism and BGSQD are also presenting an evening event at the New York LGBT Community Center which is open to the public:

QUEERCOPIA NYCC 2015 – An Evening of Queer Comics Readings

Friday, Oct. 9 – 7:00 – 8:30 PM

(6:30 PM – pre reading mix and mingle)

BGSQD – the bookstore at the The LGBT Community Center

208 West 13th Street, Room 210, New York, NY 10011

An evening of Queer Comics Readings and Socializing featuring Tara Madison Avery, Morgan Boecher, Kristen Enos, Greg Fox, Jeff Krell and others to be announced. Presented by and benefitting Prism Comics, BGSDQ and the LGBT Community Center. Donation requested $15. BGSQD is short subway ride from Javits.

SkinTight will be sponsoring the LGBTQ PASSPORT to New York Comic Con with Prism and Northwest Press with listings of panels, events, booths, creators of LGBTQ interest. And we’ll make a PDF available for you to download before the Con.

Prism Comics applauds New York Comic Con for welcoming diversity with a wide number of LGBTQIA and LGBTQIA-friendly exhibitors, creators, panels and events. Prism is pleased to be part of this diversity and looks forward to a terrific Con.

* Please visit the Prism/Northwest Press/SkinTight Booth #1483 for an up-to-date schedule of creator appearances. Also visit the New York Comic Con website – – for more info.