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|Author||Dale Lazarov (writer/editor) & Steve MacIsaac (artist)|
|Cover artist||Steve MacIsaac|
|Genre||graphic novel, gay erotic comics|
|Publisher||Bruno Gmünder Verlag|
|April 30, 2006|
|Media type||Print (Hardcover)|
Sticky is a book of gay erotic comics written by Dale Lazarov and drawn by Steve MacIsaac. It was originally serialized in three issues by Eros Comics / Fantagraphics. The series was collected, with remastered color, better paper and production values, and a new framing sequence, as a hardcover published by Bruno Gmünder Verlag.
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. The framing sequences use full color. The hardcover collection of Sticky is 80 pages long, and was published by Bruno Gmünder Verlag (Berlin, Germany) in March 2006.
In TimeOut Chicago, Jason Heidemann wrote, "Carnality and sweetness is the exactly the right combination that makes Sticky a real standout in the genre. Readers will find the material is both erotically charged and unabashedly romantic."
- Review in Rain Taxi: Besemer, Jen (Fall 2006). "Sticky (book review)". Rain Taxi. Retrieved 2006-10-17.
- Interview with Dale Lazarov and Steve MacIsaac: Cooling, Will (2006-09-17). "Sticky in the Nexus: Dale Lazarov and Steve McIsaac get their hands Sticky". Comics Nexus. Retrieved 2006-09-28.
- Interview with Dale Lazarov and Steve MacIsaac: Allas, Marcia (2005-06-01). "Sticky Moments: Dale Lazarov and Steve MacIsaac". Sequential Tart. Retrieved 2006-09-28.
- Review in Pop Matters: Paul, Ryan (2006-07-11). "Sticky #1-3". Pop Matters. Retrieved 2006-08-07.
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