Kickstarter Campaign – Husband&Husband Comics Volume 1

Hey guys! we missed you!

It’s been awhile since we’ve done an official blog post, we’ve been busy away like crazy on a bunch of awesome projects that we can’t wait to share! if you want to catch up on a few other things, you can always check out our YouTube channel for weekly vlogs: Husband and Husband YouTube, and our Instagram for all of our comics: Husband and Husband Comics.

We wanted to share a special project with you all today! We just launched a Kickstarter to get our first volume of Husband & Husband comics in print! If you’d like to support the book, and order your copy of husband and Husband, please follow this link:  Kickstarter. Can’t wait to see this book on all of our friend’s coffee tables!

We are so overwhelmed by the support and love we all share! We love to think that we are building a loving, accepting, and all around fun + awesome community TOGETHER! Thank you for following along on Husband & Husband comics for the past two years, it’s been awesome and we cannot WAIT to get this beautiful book in your hands! (and a few rewards too 🙂

Take care!

Husband & Husband

Husband and the Beast: A gay morning routine



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The Ghost of Buxton Manor book review

I wanted to post something I thought was really special. I had sent my newest novel “The Ghost of Buxton Manor”to Alex Oliveira in exchange for a honest review. Not only was her review amazing but she fell in love with the real story of Rupert Buxton and Michael Davies just as Aaron and I had. Alex is a talented writer herself and wrote a poem based off the story and (with her permission) I wanted to share it with all of you. Here is her poem as well as a link to her website. Go check her out!


“Remembering Peter Pan” by Alex Oliveira

and perhaps, one day
you might have liked to grow
and share your Neverland
with someone you’d come to know

but was life ever fair
to boys who were lost
granted, you discovered yourself
but at what cost?

they said to never say goodbye
and to never go away
but they forgot to warn you
sometimes life won’t let you stay

and you’ll never be forgotten
because we all believe
with a bit of fairy dust
in our Neverland, you’ll forever live.