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Month of LGBT Comics – Glamazonia the Uncanny Super-Tranny

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 Justin Hall’s charmingly absurd (and decidedly off the beaten path) Glamazonia the Uncanny Super-Tranny

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Month of LGBT Comics – Bewildered Bisexual

Every day this month I’ll be reviewing a different comic book 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 Melaina’s Bewildered Bisexual, a mini-comic about her coming to terms with her shifting sexuality.

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Month of LGBT Comics – Side by Side: The Journal of a Small Town Boy

Every day this month I’ll be reviewing a different comic book 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 Mioki’s erotic tale of two best friends who become much more than just friends in Side by Side: The Journal of a Small Town Guy.

Warning: There is a LOT of sex in this comic, and there’s a sample page ahead with some of that sex. So be forewarned!

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Month of LGBT Comics – Bits and Pieces: A Girlfiend Comics Collection

Every day this month I’ll be reviewing a different comic book 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 begins with Michelle Gruben’s delightful book, Bits and Pieces, a collection of her Girlfiend comics, which is a series of one page comics about lesbian love and/or sex. Each comic is a distinct story, so you can only imagine how many ideas Gruben had to come up with to fill nearly 100 pages of one-page comics in this volume!!

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A Month of Good LGBT Comics – Love and Rockets

In conjunction with Prism Comics, the preeminent website for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) comics and creators, every day this month I will be detailing one good comic book/graphic novel with LGBT themes.

Here‘s an archive of the featured works so far!

Today, for our last entry, we look at one of the most acclaimed works of all time that featured LGBT themes! Continue Reading »

A Month of Good LGBT Comics – Strangers in Paradise

In conjunction with Prism Comics, the preeminent website for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) comics and creators, every day this month I will be detailing one good comic book/graphic novel with LGBT themes.

Here‘s an archive of the featured works so far!

Today we look at a love story that took more than a decade to tell! Continue Reading »

A Month of Good LGBT Comics – Enigma

In conjunction with Prism Comics, the preeminent website for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) comics and creators, every day this month I will be detailing one good comic book/graphic novel with LGBT themes.

Here‘s an archive of the featured works so far!

Today we look at a great, and often overlooked, Vertigo work by Peter Milligan and Duncan Fegredo that Greg Burgas is going to unknowingly assist on! Continue Reading »

A Month of Good LGBT Comics – Stuck Rubber Baby

In conjunction with Prism Comics, the preeminent website for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) comics and creators, every day this month I will be detailing one good comic book/graphic novel with LGBT themes.

Here‘s an archive of the featured works so far!

Today, on Thanksgiving, we look at a book that later LGBT works would certainly be thankful for. Continue Reading »

A Month of Good LGBT Comics – The High School Comic Chronicles of Ariel Schrag

In conjunction with Prism Comics, the preeminent website for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) comics and creators, every day this month I will be detailing one good comic book/graphic novel with LGBT themes.

Here‘s an archive of the featured works so far!

Today we look at a wonderful collection of graphic novels by Ariel Schrag detailing her high school experience. Continue Reading »

A Month of Good LGBT Comics – Jane’s World

In conjunction with Prism Comics, the preeminent website for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) comics and creators, every day this month I will be detailing one good comic book/graphic novel with LGBT themes.

Here‘s an archive of the featured works so far!

Today we look at a very fun comic strip! Continue Reading »

A Month of Good LGBT Comics – Hopeless Savages

In conjunction with Prism Comics, the preeminent website for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) comics and creators, every day this month I will be detailing one good comic book/graphic novel with LGBT themes.

Here‘s an archive of the featured works so far!

Today we look at a fun book about four siblings! Continue Reading »

A Month of Good LGBT Comics – Seven Miles a Second

In conjunction with Prism Comics, the preeminent website for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) comics and creators, every day this month I will be detailing one good comic book/graphic novel with LGBT themes.

Here‘s an archive of the featured works so far!

Today we look at a powerful memoir of a notable art figure from the 80s! Continue Reading »

A Month of Good LGBT Comics – Leonard and Larry

In conjunction with Prism Comics, the preeminent website for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) comics and creators, every day this month I will be detailing one good comic book/graphic novel with LGBT themes.

Here‘s an archive of the featured works so far!

Today we look at a comic strip that shows us what would have happened if June and Ward Cleaver were bears! Continue Reading »

A Month of Good LGBT Comics – how loathsome

In conjunction with Prism Comics, the preeminent website for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) comics and creators, every day this month I will be detailing one good comic book/graphic novel with LGBT themes.

Here‘s an archive of the featured works so far!

Today we look at an intriguing work by a favorite artist of mine! Continue Reading »

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