In 2004, William O. Tyler started Carabosse Comics as a publishing company where he could self-publish his creator owned titles. The first book from Carabosse, The Goth Queen Needs a Mate, was released in August of that year and was named one of the best indie buzz-books in Wizard Edge Magazine. The next book, Fairies Tell, followed soon after.
The webcomic The Adventures of Lynx Girl and Friends ran on the Carabosse Comics website for a period of time and was followed by another webcomic Che, which was named by several lists as a comic to watch and spun off into several print comics and stories. Carabosse Comics is also responsible for the publishing of Tyler's sketchbook I'm So Vain as well as his series of Pinup Boys and and other various illustrations.
Carabosse Comics ventured into publishing other creators' works when, in 2008, the company acquired the rights to the anthology comic Queerbait after its first issue. Two subsequent issues of the series, featuring an array of talent, have since been published under the new imprint Carabosse Comics Presents.