Press Release

Titan Comics is proud to announce the digital collection release of Martin Eden’s Spandex, the world’s first comic featuring gay superheroes, and the start of the complete collection of UK indie classic, The O Men – exclusively on ComiXology.

Spandex is the Eagle Award-nominated superhero epic, which follows the lives of Diva, Glitter, Mr. Muscles, Butch, Prowler, Indigo and Liberty as they battle a 50-foot lesbian, Pink Ninjas and their own complicated love lives. Spandex made Q Magazine’s ‘Ten Best Comics of 2012’ list, and it’s packed with pop culture references and plenty of saucy humour

Titan Comics is also releasing volume one of The O Men, which collects the first 8 issues of Eden’s award-nominated, super-soap series about a ex-superteam drawn together by their leader Doctor O to battle all-new foes. Comics International called the title ‘…truly better than almost anything else out there!’, and Bleeding Cool labeled it “Solid, entertaining superhero comics, the type Marvel and DC have largely forgotten how to make’.

Creator Martin Eden said, “I’m very excited for Spandex and O Men to reach a wider audience, thanks to Comixology and Titan Comics! These comics are labours of love for me, and I really hope people enjoy them.”

Martin Eden is the writer, artist and creator of The O Men and Spandex, and he has been self-publishing comics for the past 10 years.

Spandex #2 cover Spandex interiors 1 Spandex interiors 2 Spandex interiors 3 Spandex interiors 4 The O Men interiors 1 The O Men interiors 2 The O Men interiors 3 The O Men The Complete Series Vol. 1 cover

Spandex #1 & #2 and The O Men: The Complete Series Vol. 1 will be released exclusively on Comixology fromMarch 26th 2014with further issues to follow. Both titles will be available to read on the iPad, iPhone, Web, Android and Kindle Fire, exclusively through the comiXology app and

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  1. Zor
    March 29, 2014 at 5:20 pm — Reply

    It’s not the world’s first comic book to feature super heroes who are gay. Northstar, for example was in comics long before these negative stereotypes existed. It may, however, be the first comic book exclusively super heroes who are gay.

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