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A Rashomon-style piece featuring rock ‘n roll boys, longing and heartache from the critically-acclaimed antholgy QU33R. Read page 2 of the 3-page story here.
Originally included in Boy Trouble publications edited by Robert Kirby and David Kelly, Justin Hall chose to use these, and two other pieces from that period, in his four-decade overview of queer comics.
An 18-page collaboration with David Kelly (Steven’s Comics), “Nothin’ But Trouble” is set in the early 1960s and tells the story of a country singer and a guy he meets after a show. Critic Rob Clough of High-Low called it “a pitch-perfect slice of life story”. Read the first three pages here.
"Whiskey and a Haircut"
From The Book of Boy Trouble,
Robert Kirby and David Kelly, editors (2008)
A road trip, Lou Reed, and a quest for cash. Greg McElhatton of Read About Comics finds it “sweet and collar-looseningly hot”. Sample the first two of the five pages here.
From the second issue of Dan Moynihan’s skateboard-themed anthology Sidewalk Bump. Read the entire story here.
"Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow"
From The Book of Boy Trouble
Robert Kirby and David Kelly, editors (2006)
A one-pager about hairstyles and attitudes drawn by David Kelly.
Blasphemous little story starring that often-crabby aficionado of alcohol, Go-Go Girl.
Story about an intergalactic drag queen superstar. For all ages!