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'''Boy Trouble''' is a [[comic]] [[zine]] created by [[David Kelly]] and [[Robert Kirby]].  
'''Boy Trouble''' is a [[comic]] [[zine]] created by [[David Kelly]] and [[Robert Kirby]].  
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David Kelly and Robert Kirby teamed up to create '''Boy Trouble''',  a zine devoted to queer comics. Four issues of this zine appeared, with issue five being released in book form in 2004. In 2006 the anthology ''The Book of Boy Trouble'' appeared, which collected all the issues of the zine into one volume, as well as including new work. Contributors have included [[Anonymous Boy]], editor of the zine [[Homopunk World]], Cathy Camper, Jennifer Camper, [[C. Bard Cole]] (co-editor of the zine [[Riot Boy]]), Michael Fahy and [[G.B. Jones]] among others. Back issues of '''Boy Trouble''' zine are still available at David Kelly's website.
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David Kelly and Robert Kirby teamed up to create '''Boy Trouble''',  a zine devoted to queer comics. Since its inception in 1994, four issues of this zine appeared, with issue five being released in book form on the tenth Anniversary in 2004. In 2006 the anthology ''The Book of Boy Trouble'' appeared, which collected the best of issues one to four of the zine into one volume, as well as including new work.  
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Previously, Robert Kirby had been the editor of the comic zine [[Strange Looking Exile]]. He is the creator of the syndicated comic ''Curbside''.
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Contributors to '''Boy Trouble''' have included [[Anonymous Boy]], editor of the zine [[Homopunk World]], Craig Bostick, Cathy Camper, [[Jennifer Camper]], [[C. Bard Cole]] (co-editor of the zine [[Riot Boy]]), Michael Fahy, Leanne Franson, Andy Hartzell,  [[G.B. Jones]], [[Jeffery Kennedy]], editor of [[Boysville U.S.A.]],  Nick Leonard, and [[Sina]], creator of the comic [[BoyCrazyBoy]], among others. Back issues of '''Boy Trouble''' zine are still available at David Kelly's website.
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Previously, Robert Kirby had been the editor of the comic zine [[Strange-Looking Exile]]. He is also the creator of the syndicated comic ''Curbside''.
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==See also==
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*[[Curbside: An Eensy Weensy Little Collection]]
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*[[Strange-Looking Exile]]
==External link==
==External link==
*[http://www.curb-side.com Robert Kirby's Website]
*[http://www.curb-side.com Robert Kirby's Website]
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*[http://www.davidkellystudio,com/index.html David Kelly's Website]
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*[http://www.davidkellystudio.com/index.html David Kelly's Website]
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Boy Trouble issue 3
Boy Trouble issue 3

Boy Trouble is a comic zine created by David Kelly and Robert Kirby.

David Kelly and Robert Kirby teamed up to create Boy Trouble, a zine devoted to queer comics. Since its inception in 1994, four issues of this zine appeared, with issue five being released in book form on the tenth Anniversary in 2004. In 2006 the anthology The Book of Boy Trouble appeared, which collected the best of issues one to four of the zine into one volume, as well as including new work.

Contributors to Boy Trouble have included Anonymous Boy, editor of the zine Homopunk World, Craig Bostick, Cathy Camper, Jennifer Camper, C. Bard Cole (co-editor of the zine Riot Boy), Michael Fahy, Leanne Franson, Andy Hartzell, G.B. Jones, Jeffery Kennedy, editor of Boysville U.S.A., Nick Leonard, and Sina, creator of the comic BoyCrazyBoy, among others. Back issues of Boy Trouble zine are still available at David Kelly's website.

Previously, Robert Kirby had been the editor of the comic zine Strange-Looking Exile. He is also the creator of the syndicated comic Curbside.

See also

External link

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