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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.

December 15, 2002.


Welcome to the fourth Gay Comics List newsletter.

Should I say I'm sorry I didn't send a newsletter the past four months? Probably... but since my goal of doing a monthly newsletter has been totally blown away, I'll just say I'll be happy with doing an infrequent newsletter.

If you haven't visited my site during the last two months, you haven't seen that I've rebuilt it using the PHP language, which enables me to do a lot of things I couldn't do before, like using a database for the gallery pictures and the reviews. That does save me time, and saves me from doing the few usual mistakes, like not updating correctly the drop-down menu (it's now done automatically), for example. But this is probably of no interest to most of you.
I did spend about a month coding the site, and even though learning a new language was very interesting for me, writing actual content for the site took a back seat for awhile.

Speaking of content, the PopImage site is currently presenting a collection of short gay comics, deliciously titled Young Bottoms in Love. Written and drawn by various artists, these stories are funny and clever, and range from moving love stories to cruel and amusing, well, love stories. Read them and tell the PopImage people showing these stories was a great idea.

You'll find a few new reviews on my site, and I have at least three books I want to review in the coming weeks. But I won't make any promise.

François Peneaud


New reviews:

Tales from the burning village, by Jay Laird.
Havoc Inc., by Mark Barnard and Terrie Smith.
A Sacred Text, by Justin Hall.

Short reviews:

New Gallery pictures:

  • Since the gallery can now be sorted by date, just go there and you'll see the new pictures.

And as usual, I've added a few links, too.


And that's all, folks.
See you next time.
Happy holidays to you and your loved ones.

F. P.

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