Happy 801! This year hasn’t seen much in the way of traditional BL on my plate, but I’ve been knee deep in it for a decade, give or take a year, and I love it still. It has opened doors to many things, like other genres, favorite authors and illustrators, and great friends and followers. […]
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It’s been a while, but book 2 has finally been released and I have it in my hands. I’m still as struck Amei’s artwork now as I was when I first encountered it on Tumblr.
I backed this on Kickstarter mostly because I wanted Kori Michele’s story, but I’m looking forward to being introduced to some new (to me) creators. I knew before I bought this that there were some things in it that I’m just not into–tentacles, among other things–but with anthologies, you take the good with the bad or […]
I made out alright…
Man, I want more of this! Deacon is an android–the peculiar one of a peculiar class–who prefers the label inhuman. Jeff is a human who owes his outsider status to a flaw in his X chromosome. A few years ago, I noticed that I had developed a thing for robots and the like. Or rather, […]
I got the PDF a week or so ago. But this came today! It’s a beautiful book!
Now with even more endings! I can’t really explain how my patience works. Sometimes I really, really can’t wait and I do things like buy the digital version of a book to hold me over until the print comes. Then there are times when I have the patience of the Jews waiting for their Messiah […]
When I read part 1, I wrote: The story is lacking. It starts off with a confession, things happen, and then it ends with important things unaddressed. However, even though it’s in color, which I’m not a fan of, the art is great and sex is really hot (context aside). My opinion of it hasn’t […]
I’m not even sure how I found the Tumblr for this comic, sonnetcomic, by Emily Cheeseman & Lindsey Rodgers. This is the first thing I’ve ever supported on Kickstarter and I don’t regret it.
A bunch of exiles run across a man passed out in the desert. They take him back to their camp and treat him. The man has a telltale tattoo on his face that marks him as a murderer, but only the leader seems to know its significance. They need a worker and he needs not […]