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Doing New York Comic Con With Pride

Doing New York Comic Con With Pride

But with a bit of a difference: this year, I will be exhibiting my comic, The Pride, at New York Comic Con, in full, for the first time!Now, that is not to say that in my time reporting for Bleeding Cool over the past few years I haven't been using that time to bring The[...]

A Lot More Than Pecs Being Drawn At San Diego Comic-Con

A Lot More Than Pecs Being Drawn At San Diego Comic-Con

At the PECS Bar in the Hillcrest area of San Diego, Prism Comics, a group that supports LGBTQ creators and comics, ran a Drink & Draw event at a busy San Diego gay bar.Walking in, the models are the first thing to hit you, standing in poses for the sketches in the audience, of whom[...]

Urinating With Style &#8211 Queerly Inspired At San Diego Comic-Con

"Urinating With Style" – Queerly Inspired At San Diego Comic-Con

By Joe GlassNow in its 29th years, the Prism Comics organized Gays in Comics panels are a longstanding tradition of the show.Moderated by Roger Klorese and Boom's Shannon Watters, panellists included Roger Rodi, Ed Luce, Tillie Walder, Kat Leigh, Magdalene Visaggio, Justin Hall and Dylan Edwards.The panel discussed many esoteric topics around the theme of[...]

Post NYCC &#8211 Prism Comics Presents: Autobio In Queer Comics

Post NYCC – Prism Comics Presents: Autobio In Queer Comics

The anthology supports the Prism Comics Queer Press Grant, which is used to help queer creators and their projects in comics.Joe Glass is a Bleeding Cool reporter and comics creator His work includes the LGBTQ superhero team series The Pride, which was one of the Top 25 Comixology Submit Titles of 2014; and also co-writing[...]

SDCC 15: Writing Transgender Character

SDCC '15: Writing Transgender Character

By Joe GlassOne of Prism Comics many LGBTQ related panels over the course of SDCC, they ran this year a panel discussing among creators some of things to consider when writing trans characters and their experiences.Moderated by Prism Comics Board Member Tara Madison Avery (Gooch), the panel featured Knave Murdok (Transcat), Ronnie Ritchie (Gqutie), Kat[...]

SDCC 15: Prism Comics &#8211 The Friendliest Place At The Con

SDCC '15: Prism Comics – The Friendliest Place At The Con

By Joe GlassFor those who read my last piece from SDCC 2015, this will be an interesting follow up to show the other side of attitudes and experiences here that thankfully is far more prevalent.Prism Comics is a non-profit organisation that looks to collect and support LGBTQ comics with related themes or by queer creators,[...]

Prism Comics: Women in Queer Comics

Prism Comics: Women in Queer Comics

June Vigants writes for Bleeding Cool:The Prism comics panel drew in a huge crowd, and dozens of people filed into the large panel room to watch the presentation and listen to creators Joan Hilty (Bitter Girl), Jennifer Camper (Women's Review of Books, Bitch Magazine) Kristin Enos (Web of Lies), Ariel Schrag (Likewise, Adam) and Elizabeth[...]


Anything That Loves At San Diego Plus Subsequent Review

Anything That Loves At San Diego Plus Subsequent Review

It's an anthology put out by Prism Comics, a non-profit publisher that supports LGBT comics, creators and readers The panel was moderated by the editor of the anthology Charles “Zan” Christensen, who was also the founding President of Prism.I identify as bisexual, which is part of the reason I chose to cover the panel[...]