Invitation to a Gang Bang

Fans of Igloo Tornado’s Henry & Glenn Forever will be jazzed to learn of a new exhibit opening tonight at La Luz de Jesus Gallery in Los Angeles. The Henry & Glenn Forever Gang Bang group exhibition includes Henry & Glenn-inspired artwork from over a dozen artists, including FBOTU favorites Ed Luce, Dave Davenport and Justin Hall!

“Tattoo Love” by Dave Davenport

The Henry & Glenn Forever graphic novel boldly asks the question: “What if Henry Rollins and Glenn Danzig were a little more than ‘friends?’” The book has sold more than 30,000 copies since its debut last spring and has drawn attention from the likes of Spin, National Public Radio, MTV and LA Weekly, as well as Danzig and Rollins themselves. 

The opening night reception is tonight—Friday, February 18—from 8:00–11:00 PM and features a signing with Igloo Tornado and performances by Black Fag and Danzig cover band Glenn. The show itself will run February 18-27, so if you can’t make it tonight, you still have plenty of time to see the exhibit that explores and expands on “the hard rock love that dare not speak its name.”

“Henry & Glenn, Cat Fanciers” by Ed Luce

To coincide with the event, Ed Luce (Wuvable Oaf) is releasing limited-edition, archival-quality 8” x 8” prints of his two exhibit pieces: “Henry & Glenn, Cat Fanciers” and “Henry & Glenn, Newlyweds.” The prints are available at

Henry & Glenn Forever is available at, Amazon and wherever homoerotic hard rock comics are sold.

For more information on the exhibit, visit