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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.

August 30, 2008.


Welcome to the nineteenth Gay Comics List newsletter.

I hope you've all enjoyed your summer.
I haven't reviewed tons of stuff during the summer, but since there were a few good things, I thought I might as well send a newsletter now instead of waiting for the end of the year as I usually do.
The big news of the upcoming book on J.C. Leyendecker, which, contrary to what's been done until now, should include information about the great American illustrator's private life (his male partner was the model for some of his most famous works), makes me very happy, as does the new Dale Lazarov book, a few years after the hot and intelligent Sticky.
I don't know about any upcoming gay-themed comics project, but I hope I'll have more surprises like the confirmation of Israeli artist Yirmi Pinkus being gay, something I'd wondered about for years, and the sweetness of South Korean author Hee Jung Park's Martin and John.
So, h
ere's what's new on the site.

Updates of reviews:



New reviews:

Manly, by Dale Lazarov & Amy Colburn


New blog reviews:

How to Love and Yirmi Pinkus, by Yirmi Pinkus & Itzik Rennert

Prism Comics 2008, by Various artists

Martin & John #1, by Hee Jung Park

Gone to the Movies, by HvH

French gay BD (3): Hugues Barthe, by Hugues Barthe

You'll find a few new images in the gallery.

Happy reading.

François Peneaud

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