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June 19, 2010: I've launched a new version of this website as a Wordpress blog. This version won't be updated anymore.
If you don't see the images of a review, it means that I've transferred it to the new site.

Hello, everybody.

June 3, 2002.

Welcome to the first Gay Comics List newsletter.

Well, I'm happy. This site seems to appeal to a number of people. As much - if not more - for the galleries as for the reviews themselves. But that's okay. I'll never write as well as these artists draw.

I'd been looking for a gay comics reviews site for a long time, and since I couldn't find any, or at least, none regularly updated, I thought I could try and do one myself. I've been reading comics for a long time, and finding gay-themed comics is still something that thrills me everytime.
So, here we are. I still have a lot of comics I want to review. I'm sorry I can't write reviews more often, but I'm doing my best.

Thanks to all of you who've expressed interest in this site.
Do spread the word.

François Peneaud

P.S.: Thanks to Jon-Carl for asking for a newsletter :)


Well, here are the news for May 2002:

The bad news is the cancellation of the Leonard & Larry strip by Frontiers Magazine. Read more about it here.

Here's a fun article, about Spider-Man and the way gay kids have identified with him.

New comics published:

  • Circles # 2.
  • The collection of Copybook Tales published by Oni Press is an entertaining slice-of-life story. There's an interesting gay character in there.
  • The first Ring of the Nibelung collection has been published by Dark Horse. Nothing gay, but this is P. Craig Russell's most impressive work (and the sketches for Siegfried which are included in the TPB are mmmmmm).

New reviews:

Boy Trouble, an anthology.
Various short stories (4 reviews).
Circles, by Andrew French, Steve Domanski & Scott Fabianek.
Human Remains, by Clive Barker and P. Craig Russell.

New Gallery pictures:

And I've added a few links, too.


And that's all, folks.
See you next month.

F. P.

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