STICKY hardcover graphic novel (BRUNO GMÜNDER, 2006)
STICKY hardcover graphic novel (BRUNO GMÜNDER, 2006)
STICKY hardcover graphic novel (BRUNO GMÜNDER, 2006)
STICKY hardcover graphic novel (BRUNO GMÜNDER, 2006)
STICKY hardcover graphic novel (BRUNO GMÜNDER, 2006)

STICKY hardcover graphic novel (BRUNO GMÜNDER, 2006)

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║─LET'S GET STICKY

Sticky is a book of gay erotic comics written by Dale Lazarov and drawn by Steve MacIsaac. 80 pages of beautiful, full color art spanning the recesses & crevices of gay love, lust, and sex CONDITION: NEAR MINT - VERY MINOR SCUFFS + SHELFWEAR TO CORNERS, COMES WITH PLASTIC DUSTCOVER

║─ANATOMY

⧋ MEDIA TYPE: HARDCOVER, FULL COLOR
⧋ AUTHORS/ARTISTS: DALE LAZAROV, STEVE MACISAAC
⧋ DIMENSIONS: 175 x 240 x 15.24mm | 498.95g
⧋ PRINTED: ITALY
⧋ 80 P.
⧋ 1ST EDITION
⧋ PUB. APRIL 30 2006
⧋ PUBLISHED: GERMANY (Bruno Gmünder Verlag, Bruno's GmBH)
⧋ ISBN10 3-86187-971-9 / ISBN13 9783861879718

║─BENEATH THE COVERS

Sticky is a book of gay erotic comics written by Dale Lazarov and drawn by Steve MacIsaac—the groundbreaking collection of character based, body-positive tales of man-on-man carnality and sweetness written by Dale Lazarov and drawn by Steve MacIsaac – now in its 10th anniversary of publication! TimeOut Chicago says “carnality and sweetness is the exactly the right combination that makes Sticky a real standout in the genre. Readers will find the material is hot and unabashedly romantic.” Pop Matters notes that “by abandoning political screeds or stories about shame, secrets, family acceptance, and all the other storylines that are used over and over again, Sticky makes a powerful political statement: this is normal.” Sticky features several comic stories that, while incredibly hot and masculine, show how gay men not only just hook up: they connect. In “Hold On”, a casual street fair hook up between two hot guys turns into an extended challenge to see how far they can go while delaying climax. And they go pretty far! “Talk Show Queers” looks into what happens to the gorgeous gay rodeo star after he’s been brutally dumped by a boyfriend who declares himself straight in front of a talk show audience: the cowboy gets picked up by the hot, burly security guy sitting front row center. Naturally, they get down to some sticky business… In “Treats”, a hot, butch pirate and a muscle-bound monk meet at a grad school Halloween party. Trick or treat? Both, if it’s good! Unzipped agrees: “What’s cool about [Sticky’s] man-on-man comic action is that it’s not just hot, it’s also friendly, and, well, versatile.” The book uses wordless sequential art to tell four stories about masculine gay men who find unexpected congeniality as well as sexual passion with each other. These stories are interleaved with a framing narrative of a gay couple whose intimacy is enhanced by the stories they read in their copy of the book. The illustration consists of line art with a limited monochromatic palette for each story. sources: Wikipedia / GOODREADS

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