Limerence Press, an erotic and sex education comics imprint of the publisher Oni Press, is excited to announce OH JOY SEX TOY: THE COLORING BOOK by Erika Moen and Matthew Nolan, THE GLASS MOUNTAIN COLORING BOOK by Trungles, andTHE QUEER HEALTH FIELD GUIDE by Jude Vigants and Mady G. Every week Erika Moen draws a cornucopia (pornucopia?) of fun, naughty pairings for the critically-acclaimed sex education comic Oh Joy Sex Toy. Now YOU can join in the sexy fun by adding your own color choices in Oh Joy Sex Toy: The Coloring Book! An alluring collection of NSFW illustrations, featuring a wide variety of sexy humans, awaits you! Whether you want to color for relaxation, saucy enjoyment, or to make a unique work of art for a special someone, this book is sure to please.
“I had a blast making all these naughty drawings and I’m delighted at the thought of people adding their own artistic touches to them!” creator Erika Moen told The Comics Beat in today's announcement.
Oh Joy Sex Toy: The Coloring Book goes on sale in comics shops and bookstores on February 8, 2017 (just in time for Valentine’s Day)! DETAILS: (W/A/CA) Erika Moen (W/C) Matthew Nolan ON SALE: 02/08/2017 ISBN: 978-1-62010-376-0 AGE RANGE: 18 and up GENRE: Humor PRICE: $11.99 120 PAGES
THE GLASS MOUNTAIN COLORING BOOK
The Glass Mountain Coloring Book promo image illustrated by Trungles
The Glass Mountain Coloring Book by Trungles is an erotic coloring book for adults. Offering a loose interpretation of the fairy tale by the same name, the book will feature illustrations that tell the story of an enchanted lover on a glass hill.
“I’m so glad to see coloring books are growing up along with us!” says creator Trungles. “It’s my hope that folks will find this book somewhere between meditation, play, and erotic fantasy.”
The Glass Mountain Coloring Book goes on sale in comic shops and bookstores in September 2017.
The Queer Health Field Guide is an educational comic appropriate for both teens and adults that covers subjects such as dating, sexuality, gender, and coming out, presented in a friendly and conversational way.
“The Queer Health Field Guide has the potential to educate and break down barriers between people of all walks of life,” says cartoonists and creators Mady G. and Jude Vigants. “We’d like to engage people academically as well as easily articulate the science and sociology behind our bodies and identity, with an emphasis on transgender health. We are putting our all into this, with extensive research and many personal interviews. The personal journey one embarks on can be terrifying and exhausting—so we are here to hold your hand through it with this book!”
The Queer Health Field Guide goes on sale in comic shops and bookstores in2018.