LGBTQ* Comic and Graphic Illustrations You May Have Missed
from: Kate or Die
LGBTQ* Online Comics You (Might) Want To Know
Above panel from Nay’s storyline
LGBTQ* Comics on Sexuality
Rooster Tails weighs in on “Are You Gay?”
LBGTQ* Children’s (Picture) Books To Keep On Your Radar
Asexual Art, Comics and Illustrations
from Jigworthy!’s Comic Strip
LGBTQ* Web Comics You Should Know
KHAOS Komix - by Tab Kimpton
Charlie and Tom featured above
LGBTQ Comics, Illustrations and Graphic Novels to Keep On Your Radar
The Legend of Hedgehog Boy
A Graphic Novel by René Capone– Books 1,2 & 3
Rene Capone’s first graphic novel, “The Legend of Hedgehog Boy,” looks like a complicated project when you see the sketches, text, assembled layouts and finished pages.
But Capone’s goal is simple and clear.
“I think of it as my love letter to any lost gay boy who needs a friend,” he told EDGE San Francisco. “I hope he stumbles upon it when he needs it the most.”
“I don’t remember seeing any gay characters when I was a teenager,” said Capone, now 30. He wants to change that for gay youth now. “I want it to be something to let them know emotionally that they’re going to be OK. They’re not going to get that from straight comic books.”
A wise cracking disgruntled teddy bear, a strong willed boy and a magical journey to save a kidnapped friend, complete with magic unicorn. Join Hedgehog Boy as he marches on forward against all odds through a place called “Sugar Valley.” Accompanied by Chip the orphaned mail man, Flower Diamond, the oracle of the imagined dreamscape and one seriously powerful drag queen named Mrs. Vera. Can these four friends help hedgehog Boy conquer his hateful arch enemy? Can they rescue Kitty from an evil scheme that threatens the very balance of Sugar Valley?
LGBTQ* Comics, Illustrations and Expression
Support (Equals) Think Before You Speak. Ask If You Don’t Know.
LGBTQ* Comics, Graphic Novels and Illustrations
Websites You Should Know: KhaosKomix
From About Page:
This is a comic about gender and sexuality. It follows the lives of 8 main characters: Steve, Mark, Amber, Nay, Tom, Alex, Charlie and Jamie. It’s about them finding themselves, falling in love, lust and like and how hard they fight to get there.
This comic contains many issues. I can’t even really list them. Some of the things you may find here include: gays, lesbians, those weird bisexuals everyone is talking about, faggotry, homophobia, transgender issues, dubious consent, body issues, abuse, hate and most important of all, a big old helping of Love. There’s a reason I called in Khaos.
*Please note, site is NSFW due to honest portrayal of relationships, including intimate/shared moments