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Hey, Mary!

Andrew Wheeler

From writer Andrew Wheeler (Another Castle, Cat Fight) and artist Rye Hickman (The Harrowing) comes a touching story of religion, desire, and what it means to be yourself no matter how lonely or scary you feel..

Mark is a good Catholic boy. He goes to church, he says his prayers, and he spends too much time worrying about hell. When Mark realizes he has a crush on another boy in his school, he struggles to reconcile his feelings with his faith as the weight of centuries of shame and judgment--and his fear of his parents' response--presses on his shoulders. Mark seeks advice from his priest, as well as a local drag performer, but also receives unexpected input from key figures in Catholic history and lore, including Joan of Arc, Michelangelo, St. Sebastian, and Savonarola. Ultimately, only Mark can answer the question: Is it possible for him to be both Catholic and gay?

Book Details

  • Publisher: Oni Press
  • Publish Date: Apr 15th, 2025
  • Pages: 128
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 0.00in - 0.00in - 0.00in - 0.26lb
  • EAN: 9781637156384
  • Categories: Comics & Graphic Novels - LGBTQ+Religious - Christian - Comics & Graphic Novels

About the Author

Wheeler, Andrew: - Andrew Wheeler is a Toronto-based author born and raised in the south of England. His work includes the globetrotting heist comic Cat Fight, the occult noir Sins of the Black Flamingo, feminist fantasy comic Another Castle, and queer sports comedy Love and War. He is the author of the official Dungeons & Dragons cocktail book Puncheons & Flagons, co-author of the Dungeons & Dragons Young Adventurers Guides, and a contributor to the groundbreaking DC Pride and Marvel Voices: Pride anthologies.
Hickman, Rye: - Rye Hickman is a visual storyteller and a graduate of the Savannah College of Art and Design's Sequential Art program. Past work includes The Harrowing, Bad Dream, Buzzing, and more. They get really excited about dystopian fiction, good coffee, and drawing hands.