Jayson goes to Hollywood by Jeff Krell
Jayson goes to Hollywood

Jeff Krell is the creator of the groundbreaking comic strip 'Jayson', which debuted in the Philadelphia Gay News in 1983. The comic strip, that takes a lighthearted look at gay life in the big city, achieved national acclaim in Gay Comix, the 'Meatmen' anthologies, and, since 1990, in syndication. Krell has collaborated with singer/songwriters Ron Romanovsky and Paul Phillips on the production of a 'Jayson' musical in 1998. Throughout the years, several 'Jayson' book collections have appeared through Ignite! Entertainment. On the occasion of the character's 25th anniversary in 2008, Krell released 'Jayson Goes to Hollywood', his first original graphic novel. It was followed by 'Jayson Gets a Job!' in 2012. In addition, Krell also translated and published English versions of several works by famed German gay cartoonist Ralf König.


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