Links:reviewed on GraphicNovels.com.
Content: Action, SF, Fantasy, All Ages, Beyond, Gay, Smut.
You Are Here - Kyle Baker
(an ex-hoodlum's rural girlfriend innocently follows him into the city)
Amy Unbounded - Rachel Hartman (an irrepressible pre-teen girl in a medieval setting)
Gordon Yamamoto & the King of the Geeks - Gene Yang (a bully encounters a brain)
DESTROY!! - Scott McCloud (32 pages of meaningless violence and mayhem, plus one naughty word)
Finger Filth - Bob Fingerman (a mixed selection of erotica by a talented alternative cartoonist)
Smith Brown Jones - Jon "Bean" Hastings (a dryly funny story of an alien accountant on Earth)
Bull's Balls - Ralf König (outside temptations spell trouble for a committed gay couple)
Reality Check - Rosearik Rikki, Tavisha Wolfgarth (a boy and his cat/VR-girlfriend)
Leave It To Chance - James Robinson, Paul Smith (an adolescent girl tries following dad's footsteps)
Dancin' Nekkid with the Angels - Howard Cruse (underground comix by a veteran gay cartoonist)
Roswell: Little Green Man - Bill Morrison (a hapless Zootian crashes near Roswell in 1947)
XXXenophile - Phil Foglio & co. (sexy, funny short stories in a universe of settings)
Jet #1 - Jonathan Hong (manga-influenced masked kid urban adventurer)
Scare Tactics - Kaminski, Williams, Lanning (horror meets humour meets human interest)
Spümco Comic Book - John K & co. (immature comics from the creator of Ren & Stimpy)
Oktane - Gerard Jones, Gene Ha (a 10-foot oil-guzzling post-apocalyptic enigma)
Troublemakers #1 - Fabian Nicieza, Kenny Martinez, Anibal Rodriguez (adolescent superkids)
Oh... - various artists (comics by women, about women who love women)
Gon #1 - Masashi Tanaka (a dwarf dinosaur's adventures in the modern world)
What They Did to Princess Paragon - Robert Rodi (what if DC made Wonder Woman a lesbian?)
The Jam #1-11 - Bernie Mireault (a guy who wears a suit and fights crime... but isn't a superhero)
Ragmop #1-3 - Rob Walton (comedy featuring dinosaurs, the pope, aliens, capitalists, etc.)
The Copybook Tales vol.1 - J.Torres, Tim Levins (growing up, pursuing dreams, and friendship)
Akiko on the Planet Smoo - Mark Crilley (a 4th-grade girl's adventures on another world)
Dedicated to the memories of Andy Bristol, cerebral hemorrhage survivor.|
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