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New Comic Puts Gay Men in the Superhero and Villain Roles

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The Advocate
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May 1, 2013
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Husbands is a Web-based sitcom that revolves around two gay celebrities (an athlete and an actor) who wake up from a drunken night in Las Vegas and find themselves married. Not wanting to set back marriage equality by getting divorced, Cheeks and Brady decide to stick it out and find they may be perfect mates after all. This graphic novel of the same name, Husbands (Dark Horse Books, $14.99) — written by the Web series creators Brad Bell (a.k.a. Cheeks) and Jane Espenson (writer and executive producer of Buffy the Vampire Slayer) — is an anthology of six Husbands comics previously published by Dark Horse Digital. It features the art of Ron Chan, Natalie Nourigat, M.S. Corley, Ben Dewey, and Tania del Rio.