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October 31, 2013


The zombie apocalypse is upon us!  A brand new comic, written by Robert Fraser and illustrated by me, “Beautiful Dead” is a tale of love and lust under threat of zombie annihilation.  Click HERE to PREVIEW and BUY!


Comic Book Queers interview Butch McLogic

July 14, 2013


CLICK HERE to hear me talk about “Tug Harder”, my porn comic trilogy, on the Comic Book Queers podcast.

SO fun. <3 Thanks Stevie!


Gay Comic Geek’s Glowing “Tug Harder” Review

April 18, 2013

An enthusiastic review for the “Tug Harder” erotic trilogy, and a very funny one too.

And like the Gay Comic Geek says, I take your feedback seriously.  His comments on Episode #1 had a big impact on my art style in later issues.

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More Praise for Tug Harder

December 15, 2012

Modern ApeClick to view and download this image from Tug Harder #3.  My gift to you!


Check out these clips from reviews (some old some new):

” The art altogether is phenomenal…  Really good story, sad to see it end.” – The Gay Comic Geek –

“…sad to see the story end, I highly recommend it to anyone who likes their comics with some gay sensibility and plenty of cock… …The series ends perfectly. I love it. You will too.”- Jasun Mark – Gay Daily Hot

“The story was excellent. Dear lord, what a funny ass comic! I was laughing out loud… I will say this: Get this comic, read it; it will put you in a great mood.”  Tina Anderson – DoorQ

– “…Good stor(y) and even better art… Do you want to stimulate your brain or your junk? It is rare for a comic to do both.”  Desmond Miller – Prism Comics

“Butch McLogic’s Tug Harder – Episode 3: Modern Ape would make a lovely stocking stuffer” – Siran Babayan, LA Weekly

– “Does anyone remember “Little Annie Fannie” from PLAYBOY magazine in the 1960s and 1970s? I’ve wondered for many years if a gay artist would put out an equivalent series: comic books with visual raunchiness and similar, satirical adult themes. Now someone has, a man calling himself ‘Butch McLogic’. …I may be hooked.”  Allen Smalling – Amazon Reviewer

“It’s like jerking off to the Tao of Pooh.”  – A Fan

“Heidegger meets The Dukes of Hazard meets gay Ron Jeremy meets Alien Meats!”  – A Fan


Bent-Con Bentlings

November 4, 2012

Just for fun, here’s my version of the “Bent-Con Bentlings”, the LGTB comic convention mascots.  I couldn’t resist making them look like they’re on the front cover of their very own comic book.

The convention is in L.A. from November 30-Dec 2nd.  I’ll be there showing off my comic “Tug Harder – Episode 3: Modern Ape” for the first time anywhere.  Looking forward to seeing you there!


Meaty #3 – The Class Comics Halloween Special

October 11, 2012

A clip from my Halloween pin-up.  Find the full image in this year’s ‘Meaty’.

“Meaty #3 – The Class Comics Halloween Special” is now available!  2 volumes packed full of spooky gay pin-ups and mini-comics from more than 50 artists.  Go HERE to preview, buy, and download it.


Homo Erectus

August 20, 2012

Unlike me, these ape-like men are enjoying their summer outdoors.  

Let’s see if I can get “Tug Harder, Episode 3 – Modern Ape” done in time for my first Bent-Con at the end of November.  Looks like I’m going!  Hope to see you all there.  😀


Snakes Alive!

June 29, 2012

Above: A flashback scene from Tug Harder, Episode 3.

Officially, Snake didn’t have a name until halfway between the release of the first and second episodes.  Like ‘The Old Man’, he was just going to remain nameless, but Class Comics did a Tug mini-site featuring the main characters, and… there it was, his name over his picture.  Funny thing is, I only noticed that I’d adopted the name “Snake” after I finished writing the dialogue for the second episode.  Clearly, it was the natural thing to call him.

I have yet to probe into his sordid past, but I plan on it.  (Trust me, it’s good: the Old Man “only hires mean lookin’ drunks and ex-convicts” after all!)  But even without a backstory, Snake is quickly seen to be a young, simple-minded, safety-seeking, jealous guy.  He started out as additional comic relief, but his endearing qualities compelled me to up his prominence.  For those of you who have been paying attention, he’s undergone a significant physical change in Episode 3 to match his… more ‘substantial’ role.


The Old Man

June 11, 2012

Above: from the original B&W version that I cold-turkey submitted to Class Comics long ago.

Below: From Episode 3, the (not-so-old) Old Man is barking some orders.

Why does the Old Man have an anger-management problem?  It’s a great character flaw from which I can derive a ton of comedy and drama.  More importantly however, I have a thing for firy men.  One can’t help but be titillated by the implied excess of testosterone.



Tug who?!

June 4, 2012

When I first drew Douglas (aka. Tug) long ago, he had no name, he was just my idea of a hot generic 1970s or 80s gay porn star.

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