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PDF Download: The Chromatic Fantasy by H.A.

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Mature readers only, 18+

A queer & trans fantasy-romance graphic novel! Steamy, funny, and full of adventure.

Jules is a trans man trapped in his life as a nun. The devil that the convent guards against offers him a deal to escape: an illicit tryst and lifelong possession. Jules takes the deal, and begins his new life as a criminal who’s impervious to harm. He soon meets Casper, another trans man and a poetic thief, and together they steal, lie, and cheat their way through bewildering adventures, and develop feelings for each other along the way. But as Jules and Casper’s relationship deepens, so does the devil’s jealous grasp…

A gorgeously drawn graphic novel reminiscent of stained glass and illuminated manuscripts, telling a story of queer transmasc romance, daring adventure, and (literally) fighting your demons.


"A raw, phantasmagoric primal scream of a comic, rendered perfectly from the author's heart straight onto paper. A truly, deeply cathartic experience to read as a trans person. I feel seen and heard, and that is so rare to experience. It's candid, funny, heartbreaking, and heartwarming—all wrapped up in beautiful, vibrant, unique artwork. I cried, a lot, and you will too, probably. READ IT!" – Yugo Limbo, Be Kind, My Neighbor

"Probably the best-looking comic I've ever seen. A brilliant, inspired, ridiculous work. I treasure it already." – Casey Nowak, Ignatz Award-winning author of Girl Town

"The best comic I've read all year by a wide margin. Every time I didn't think I could be more in awe, I'd turn the page and be blown away again." – Emma Jayne, Ignatz and Prism Award-winning author of Trans Girls Hit the Town and LSBN

"This uninhibited vision enchants." – Publishers Weekly


312 full-color pages
ISBN: 979-8-88620-032-4