Written by: Ardatli
Drawn by: Rich Morris
Unfamiliar with Stargate: SG1 or Young Avengers? See the cheat sheet, here!. Characters will be added as we go, to avoid spoilers.
So here it is! We’ve managed to get the Comix Blog site updated, now begins the long slow process of getting my archives back in line. Bear with me while I get the ole’ comics and things back up for your reading enjoyment.
First, a note: I won’t be replacing EVERYTHING that was there. Comic stubs that went nowhere are not going up until I decide to continue them. Otherwise, they won’t clog up the site anymore.
Completed comics will go straight into the downloads section, as you can see “The 10 Doctors”, “Forever Janette” and “Stalker of Norfolk” are already there, and “Outrage of the Zygons” will follow.
But in the meantime, join us as I get the ole’ comic strips restarted! Thanks to Hilary for her hard work on the software side of things!
Ardatli (aka Tess Bowery), the author of the Genosha Sequence comic, has her first book coming out in June, and she’s asked us to put up a plug.
Rite of Summer is a M/M erotic romance, set in the turbulent summer of 1810.
From the blurb:
There are terrors worse than stage fright. Like falling in love.
Violinist Stephen Ashbrook is passionate about three things—his music, the excitement of life in London, and his lover, Evander Cade. It’s too bad that Evander only loves himself. A house party at their patron’s beautiful country estate seems like a chance for Stephen to remember who he is, when he’s not trying to live up to someone else’s harsh expectations.
Joshua Beaufort, a painter whose works are very much in demand among the right sort of people, has no expectations about this party at all. Until, that is, he finds out who else is on the guest list. Joshua swore off love long ago, but has been infatuated with Stephen since seeing his brilliant performance at Vauxhall. Now he has the chance to meet the object of his lust face to face—and more.
But changing an open relationship to a triad is a lot more complicated than it seems, and while Evander’s trying to climb the social ladder, Stephen’s trying to climb Joshua. When the dust settles, only two will remain standing…
Rite of Summer releases June 2nd from Samhain Publishing, and will be available for pre-order in ebook and paperback format in May.