Posts Tagged ‘So Super Duper’

Issue 150 – Drawing the Line at Suck

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Something seems very familiar about this reboot...launch! ReLAUNCH!

Hey Queerkateers!  This time around stevieD is joined by friend of the show Brian Andersen to talk all about the brand new DC Implosion Explosion! The boys go through all the announcements (up to Wednesday 06/08/11) and give their thoughts on all of them. Of course they go off on tangents, but it’s all good. Let us know what you think about the new issues coming up this September, contact us at us@comicbookqueers.com or leave us a voicemail at the CBQ Booty Call line (773)340-3704

 

 

 

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06 2011

“Postscripts from Paradise” a.ka. “Confessions from a (Not So Teenage) Diary of a (Wimpy) Gay Indie Comic Creator”

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By Brian Andersen

Indie comic creator behind “So Super Duper,” “Friend of Dorothy,” “Reignbow & Dee-Va,” “Sex and the Superhero” and lots of other super gay stuff! www.sosuperduper.com

DAY ONE: Friday: Number of comics sold – more than I can count on one hand, less than I can count on two hands

Although not a newbie to the San Francisco based comic book (and gaming, TV and movie) extravaganza known as WonderCon (I’ve attended the event for years as a fanboi and actually co-exhibited last year with a few of my dear-queer friends) I entered the convention floor with equal amounts cheer and intrepidation.

Would anyone care? Would any GLBT’ers actually fork over some of their hard-earned recession proof dough for one of my brightly-colored, funny books? Would any of my fellow gay geeks even bother to stop at my teeny-tiny indie slice of heaven hidden amidst a huge-ass convention hall filled to the rafters with comic goodness?

I was happy to be sharing my space with my fellow local queer comic creators Desmond Miller of Slumberland Press, Gene Guillette of RLT Press, and unofficial co-guest Rich Boutell, owner of “Whatever…” comics in the Castro, and the writer and creator behind the new hit comic book series “InterSections.” I was thankful I wouldn’t be facing the weekend alone.

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04 2011

Sex & The Superhero part 3 – Fish Taco?

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Hello Everyone , ready for the next installment of Sex & The Superhero? Ready or not, here it comes! But just a quick note to remind you that S&TS is brought to you by Brian Anderson, Neftali Centeno and Celina Hernandez. You can purchase this and other fagtastic comics at SoSuperDuper.com !

Previously in Sex & The Superhero: Cosmic Man confessed to sexing up 2 members of the Fabulous Five. A bumpy encounter with Rockhide which leads to his elastic encounter with Rubberband Man. C’mon…you see where this is going…

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03 2011

Sex & The Superhero part 2

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We’re ready for part two of the SATS story! Remember, you can get your own copy of SATS right at SoSuperDuper.com!

Previously in Sex & The Superhero: The gang meet at their downtown headquarters and Pink Storm regails them with the story of how he fought then bedded his leather-punk-daddy-archvillain, Dark Devil.

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02 2011

Sex & The Superhero part 1

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We’re ready for the first part of the SATS story! Here are pages 1 & 2. Remember, you can get your own copy of SATS right at SoSuperDuper.com!

What do the super-studs of San Francisco do when they’re not fighting crime? They gather together to share their super-sexcapades!  (click on the images, you size queen!)

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02 2011

Issue 125 – You Don’t Look 600!

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Steve welcomes back 3 previous guests to discuss Wonder Woman #600. This issue we’re joined by Randy from the Ham-Berger Book Club blog, Darren from the Legion of Substitute Podcasters and Brian Anderson of So Super Duper fame. The boys give their opinions of the stories within WW 600, their personal attachments to the character and finally speak out about the new costume/direction.

Also, Darren mentions a picture of a guy in the WW costume and here that is:

 

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07 2010

Issue 118 – Wonder Zan!

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In this episode, stevieD and Eric catch up with one of their favorite queer indie creators, Zan Christensen (Mark of Aeacus; Prism Comics) who was gracious enough to call us from WonderCon in San Francisco to let us know how it was going. Zan even shares with us who won this year’s Prism Comics Queer Press Grant (click on the link for details on how you can enter!). stevie then gets Ipad envy which leads to a discussion about digital comics and we round out the show with a call from another favorite queer indie creator Brian Andersen (So Super Duper)

Please be aware that some of the links may not be safe for work…YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!

http://prismcomics.org

http://northwestcomics.com

http://classcomics.com

 

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04 2010