Circles

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Circles
Circles Volume 1.jpg
Author(s) Steve Domanski and Andrew French
Website
Update schedule Delayed
Launch date 2001
End Date Ongoing
Rating(s)
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Circles is a gay-themed slice-of-life comic written by Steve Domanski and Andrew French, with art by K-9. Started in 2001, it was supposed to consist of 12 or 13 volumes; however it stopped after the eight volume, published in late 2002, due to K-9 moving at the other side of the country from the rest of the creative team.

The comic follows characters Marty, Arthur, Douglas, Paulie, Taye and Ken and their daily lives. The first four issues focus on Marty and his way out of the closet and towards his first love, while later issues develop the other characters.Circles is published by Rabbit Valley and is available through their website.


In 2012, the creators announced that Circles would finally be completed under the novel form by Domanski and French. K-9, who will provide the cover and some illustrations, stated in 2014 that the project is progressing well, with most of the writing complete.

Setting[edit]

The setting is Boston, in the early years of the 21st century. The first issue is dated Spring 2001, and each issue corresponds to one season of time, with 4 issues being one year in the comic, so the latest issue as of this writing, issue #8, is Winter 2002. The comic deals primarily with six characters inhabiting a house at the fictional address of 6 Kinsey Circle (a pun on the Kinsey scale, where a rating of six means that the subject is exclusively homosexual).

Characters[edit]

Main article: List of characters in Circles

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