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StreetLaughter: A Gay Calvacade of Comic Stereotypes

Here’s an amazing archive that we figured the Web was made for back in the 90′s. Blogger ukjarry archives a vast history of pop-cultural gay jokes, with commentary accompanying each entry. Cartoons, comics, sketches, and subplots from sit-com episodes are all included, serving as virtually the definitive companion to Vito Russo’s Celluloid Closet. The tone of the…

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Punkin

This was an early ambitious project of ours. Brent Taliaferro and I were hoping to put together an entire graphic novel. It was a parallel story about a fugitive father with his stowaway daughter nicknamed “Punkin”, and her police officer mother trying to find her. We only got a few pages done in order to…

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Gladiatorial

I wrote Gladiatorial for a DC Conspiracy anthology about love (the weird guy in the first panel is the book’s unifying character). It’s based off a chapter of the same name from the D.H. Lawrence book Women in Love. I just moved the setting up about 20 years into the 1920s. The artist, Laemeur, took…

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Internet K-Hole

Internet K-hole turns me into an angry old white man. It’s a collection of cool-looking uncaptioned photos taken on film; mostly amateur snapshots from the 80s. Combined, they form an image that suggests America had a 20s that’re long gone. I see an ease of life and coherent society that’s seems obsolete in this stifling, scrubbed…

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Jayson Musson

  Jayson Musson is a Brooklyn artist who focuses upon, among other things, “African-American social identity, recognizing “blackness” as a role conferred by a history of discrimination” (<- I am all about this). But I know him as the front man of the pre-meltdown rap group Plastic Little, which I just found out yesterday. And…

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