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Month of LGBT Comics – Urban Buzz

All this month I’ll be reviewing different comic books with LGBT themes (LGBT standing for “Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual and Transgender”), based on submissions from the actual creators of the comic books themselves. Here is an archive of the comics featured so far!

Today we take the debut issue of Ned Hugar’s fun series about a guy who illegally keeps bees in his apartment in the city. That’s just the backdrop for basically a character-based series about a guy (Will) and his friends and their various misadventures. It’s a well-told story with a nice group of compelling characters.

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Month of LGBT Comics – Tough #2

All this month I’ll be reviewing different comic books with LGBT themes (LGBT standing for “Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual and Transgender”), based on submissions from the actual creators of the comic books themselves. Here is an archive of the comics featured so far!

Awhile back, I reviewed the first issue of Alex Woolfson, Vitto and Vincent Lee’s Tough, where a teenager is forced to stand up to his friends when they want to attack an older gay teen. Today, I’m taking a look at the next issue, where we see what happens when the two teens go home together to play video games together. The painted cover is by Winona Nelson.

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Month of LGBT Comics – Man Enough

All this month I’ll be reviewing different comic books with LGBT themes (LGBT standing for “Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual and Transgender”), based on submissions from the actual creators of the comic books themselves. Here is an archive of the comics featured so far!

Today we take a look at a charming, well-told mini-comic by Bill Roundy about the first date of two gay men, one of whom is transgender.

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Month of LGBT Comics – This Gay Existence #2

All this month I’ll be reviewing different comic books with LGBT themes (LGBT standing for “Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual and Transgender”), based on submissions from the actual creators of the comic books themselves. Here is an archive of the comics featured so far!

A week ago, I reviewed the first issue of Adam Fair’s This Gay Existence, which was basically a collection of Fair’s web comic of the same name. At the time, Fair noted that the second issue was different, in that it had long form stories as opposed to a collection of quick strips. That sounded different enough for me to give this title another spotlight, so here we are with the second issue of Adam Fair’s This Gay Existence, a comic about a small group of gay friends at an art college dealing with their lives in a very odd pop culture-influenced fashion.

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Month of LGBT Comics – Rainy Day Recess: The Complete Steven’s Comics

All this month I’ll be reviewing different comic books with LGBT themes (LGBT standing for “Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual and Transgender”), based on submissions from the actual creators of the comic books themselves. Here is an archive of the comics featured so far!

The month continues with the upcoming Northwest Press collection of David Kelly’s Steven’s Comics, titled Rainy Day Recess. This is a wonderful comic book collection and you really ought to pick up a copy when it comes out.

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Month of LGBT Comics – Tough #1

All this month I’ll be reviewing different comic books with LGBT themes (LGBT standing for “Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual and Transgender”), based on submissions from the actual creators of the comic books themselves. Here is an archive of the comics featured so far!

The month continues with the first issue of Tough, by writer Alex Woolfson, penciler Vitto and colorist Vincent Lee (with a painted cover by Winona Nelson), a story about a teenager who faces the perils of peer pressure when he gets caught up in a group of guys about to do some gay-bashing.

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Month of LGBT Comics – Frater Mine: Family Reunion

All this month I’ll be reviewing different comic books with LGBT themes (LGBT standing for “Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual and Transgender”), based on submissions from the actual creators of the comic books themselves. Here is an archive of the comics featured so far!

The month continues with the trade paperback collection of the first (three-issue) story arc of Frater Mine, titled “Family Reunion,” by Sean McGrath, Juan Romera, Andres Barrientos, Ed Brisson and cover artists Scott McGrath and Dan MacHold.

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Month of LGBT Comics – Friend of Dorothy #1

All this month I’ll be reviewing different comic books with LGBT themes (LGBT standing for “Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual and Transgender”), based on submissions from the actual creators of the comic books themselves. Here is an archive of the comics featured so far!

The month continues with Friend of Dorothy #1, a rather unique Oz-themed superhero by Brian Anderson and Neftali Centeno.

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Month of LGBT Comics – Sticky

All this month I’ll be reviewing different comic books with LGBT themes (LGBT standing for “Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual and Transgender”), based on submissions from the actual creators of the comic books themselves. Here is an archive of the comics featured so far!

I’ve had some major internet connectivity issues the last few days, so I fell behind. So I thought a neat way to catch up was to feature all three of Dale Lazarov’s erotic graphic novels in a row. Here is the review for Sticky, and here‘s the review for Manly and here‘s the review for Nightlife. Sticky is written by Lazarov and drawn by Steve MacIsaac.

Remember, we’re talking EROTIC graphic novels, so be forewarned before you read any further! There are sample pages, and they likely are not “safe for work.”

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Month of LGBT Comics – Manly

All this month I’ll be reviewing different comic books with LGBT themes (LGBT standing for “Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual and Transgender”), based on submissions from the actual creators of the comic books themselves. Here is an archive of the comics featured so far!

I’ve had some major internet connectivity issues the last few days, so I fell behind. So I thought a neat way to catch up was to feature all three of Dale Lazarov’s erotic graphic novels in a row. Here’s the review for Manly and here‘s the review for Sticky and here‘s the review for Nightlife. Manly is written by Lazarov and drawn by Amy Colburn.

Remember, we’re talking EROTIC graphic novels, so be forewarned before you read any further! There are sample pages, and they likely are not “safe for work.”

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Month of LGBT Comics – Nightlife

All this month I’ll be reviewing different comic books with LGBT themes (LGBT standing for “Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual and Transgender”), based on submissions from the actual creators of the comic books themselves. Here is an archive of the comics featured so far!

I’ve had some major internet connectivity issues the last few days, so I fell behind. So I thought a neat way to catch up was to feature all three of Dale Lazarov’s erotic novels in a row. Here’s the review for Nightlife and here‘s the review for Sticky and here‘s the review for Manly. Nightlife is written by Lazarov and drawn by Bastian Jonsson

Remember, we’re talking EROTIC graphic novels, so be forewarned before you read any further! There are sample pages, and they likely are not “safe for work.”

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Month of LGBT Comics – Wandering Son

All this month I’ll be reviewing different comic books with LGBT themes (LGBT standing for “Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual and Transgender”), based on submissions from the actual creators of the comic books themselves. Here is an archive of the comics featured so far!

The month continues with Shimura Takako’s Wandering Son (as translated by Matt Thorn), a poignant tale of two adolescents dealing with gender identity issues (a boy who is a girl and a girl who is a boy).

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Month of LGBT Comics – Dar!: A Super Girly Top Secret Comic Diary Vol. 1

All this month I’ll be reviewing different comic books with LGBT themes (LGBT standing for “Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual and Transgender”), based on submissions from the actual creators of the comic books themselves. Here is an archive of the comics featured so far!

The month continues with the first collected volume of Erica Moen’s diary comic, Dar!, the most delightful comic you’re ever going to read where explicit sex talk and farting are major components of the comic!

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Month of LGBT Comics – This Gay Existence #1

All this month I’ll be reviewing different comic books with LGBT themes (LGBT standing for “Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual and Transgender”), based on submissions from the creators of the comic books themselves. Here is an archive of the comics featured so far!

The month continues with the first issue of Adam Fair’s brutally hilarious The Gay Existence…

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Month of LGBT Comics – A Deviant Mind #1

All this month I’ll be reviewing different comic books with LGBT themes (LGBT standing for “Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual and Transgender”), based on submissions from the creators of the comic books themselves. Here is an archive of the comics featured so far!

The month continues with Pam Harrison’s interesting opening to her new science-fiction series, A Deviant Mind.

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