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Three: Debut Issue (Three #1)

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Edited by Robert Kirby, THREE is a new all-color queer comics anthology featuring 3 new stories by 3 different creators or groups of creators per issue. Issue one features work by Eric Orner, Joey Alison Sayers, and Robert Kirby.

The collection as a whole was nominated for an Ignatz Award for Outstanding Anthology or Collection in 2011, and the individual story "Weekends Ab
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Saddle stitched, First edition, illustrated, 32 pages
Published July 23rd 2010 by Curbside Comics
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Northwest Press
Oct 28, 2010 rated it it was amazing
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You can always rely on terrific, nuanced storytelling on any project that Robert Kirby is involved with.

I've always felt that the most honest and personal stories are the ones that can speak to the most people. This anthology series showcases three stories that are undeniably "LGBT", but which don't lose the feeling of individuality. The art styles are different and the range of subject matter is broad—a weird workplace anecdote, a fish-out-of-water travelogue, an attempt to leave a flawed relat
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Sep 17, 2010 rated it liked it
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My latest comic book, co-starring two of my brilliant peers in the biz, Eric Orner & Joey Alison Sayers. The lead story, "Weekends Abroad" by Eric Orner, was recently chosen by the editors of Best American Comics for inclusion in their 2011 edition.
Jon Macy
Oct 11, 2010 rated it it was amazing
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Probably the most relevant Queer comics anthology today.
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Rob Kirby has been drawing & publishing comics since 1991. His solo books include Curbside (1998, published with a Xeric Grant), and Curbside Boys (2002). His anthologies include The Book of Boy Trouble (2006) & The Book of Boy Trouble Volume 2 (2008); 3 issues of the Ignatz-nominated series THREE; the Ignatz Award-winning QU33R (2014); What's Your Sign, Girl? (2015), & The Shirley Jac ...more
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