Summary: Meet Rhys Markiel. Just your typical gay high school senior. All he wants to do, now that he’s moved to a new school, is find a boyfriend. Luckily, he manages to find the “only other gay guy” at his school. To Rhys’s surprise, that same guy happens to be an asexual who has no interest in the physical intimacy that Rhys desires.
Follow their love story: filled with dumb memes and comedy gold.
Summary: This is a webcomic about YOU and your queer experiences. From coming out to romance to everyday struggles, we’re chronicling it all.
As the Crow Flies (Site) (Warning: Homophobia, Transphobia, Racism)
Summary: As the Crow Flies is a story about Charlie — a queer 13 year old girl who finds herself stranded in a dangerous place: an all-white Christian youth backpacking camp.
Assigned Male ( @assignedmale) (Warning: Transphobia)
Created by Sophie Labelle (Patreon)
Webcomic about a transgender girl.
After bringing home a strange homeless girl named Scarlet, Kelley Russo discovers a fascinating hidden world of cryptids and legends.
But she is far from welcome.
Summary: Wynn is struggling to survive when the Immortal Swigne gives Wynn their Blessing. The only explanation Swigne gives is that Wynn now has “Power”.
Wynn meets people Blessed by other Immortals that can help guide them. In searching for knowledge of their new gift Wynn finds love, friendship and a more full sense of self identity. Wynn learns that being Blessed is a gift with a price tag of responsibilities and constant hunger attached, but the pay off is fantastic strength and the resources they’ll need to thrive in the world they live in. As long as Wynn keeps overcoming the challenges their new status brings them.
Summary: Millennials with shapeshifting battle monsters. They (the monsters, not the millennials) are immortals who bond with human Masters for the span of that human’s life – except the Dog, who ran away and was taken in by a couple of underemployed queer twentysomethings. Now they have to figure out the battle system, protect their new pet/friend from shadowy pursuers, and find someplace that’s hiring full-time.
Cucumber Quest (Site)
Created by Gigi D.G. ( @ggdgart)
Summary: a comic about bunny kids going on adventures and having fun
Summary: Cunning Fire is an urban fantasy story about witches and spirits in modern day Chicago, following the journey of Akiva Stein as she enters this unfamiliar, hidden world and learns the craft of the Death witch. Caught up in her new coven’s quest to create the legendary Elixir of Life, Akiva is forced to face her ability to see spirits and come to terms with the ways magic has tainted her past, and how it will shape her future.
Darling Death ( @darlingdeathcomic)
Summary: Darling Death is a webcomic about the lives of a few young adults surviving the world of the paranormal, and the regular hassles of entering adulthood. Set in a cozy, small town surrounded by mountains and great pine trees, the story features a small cast of humans, ghosts, and a few supernatural creatures.
Summary: Tula is a student just trying to get through her senior year of college. Little does she know that her new rental is inhabited by demons. Juggling her social life and these new roommates should be no problem.
Summary: three months ago, a few human neighborhoods from all over earth disappeared, leaving doorways to another world in their place. raina walks through one in search of her parents, her house, and all her neighbors, now missing. kate and celine escaped the stolen street and the human world, creating a new life for themselves in a city of monsters and magic.now sep, 12 years old and a goofy, self-taught explorer, stumbles into this intrigue months later than everyone else. he gets swept into raina’s quest, developing disquieting magic ties in the process.demon street is a fantasy adventure story about a world where human names can be traded or stolen away. kids fly on enormous winged ants, explore swamps and forests and a huge city, befriend monsters, fight horrible lizard swarms, and get crushes on each other. It’s about quests and monsters and magic and choices.
Created by David M Willis (Patreon)
Summary: is a webcomic about college freshmen in the girls wing within a co-ed dorm at Indiana University, learning everything about life and themselves usually in the most difficult ways. It stars a Christian homeschooled girl and her atheist best friend, and also a disgraced cheerleader, a misanthrope, a rebel, and a caped vigilante.
Finding Dee ( @deebrisbyfish) (Warning: Transphobia, Dysphoria, Needles/Syringes)
FINDING DEE is a weekly webcomic devoted to the semi-autobiographical misadventures of a 40-Something cartoonist trying to make it in comics while navigating the ins and outs of coming out as a transgender woman. Also, trying to find a place to pee.
Goodbye to Halos (Hiveworks)
Summary: Goodbye to Halos is an action-adventure modern fantasy webcomic with an entire cast of queer characters, starring a gay trans girl and her weird friends!
Gourmet Hound (Webtoons)
Created by Leehama ( @leehama)
Lucy, a woman with an uncanny sense of taste and smell, discovers that her favorite restaurant has changed kitchen staff–and she does not know the identity of the chef whose cooking she’s loved for years. When a lucky accident leads her to two former chefs at Dimanche, she decides that she will do her utmost to track down each of their old colleagues in order to rediscover that “perfect taste”.
Summary: Scott works for The Belt, a black market company that deals in harvesting
and trading human organs. His boss and partner (in crime), Lars Van Allen
is heir to the organization but lacks certain abilities to properly run a business.
Summary: Charlie, a highly-strung, openly gay over-thinker, and Nick, a cheerful, soft-hearted rugby player, meet at a British all-boys grammar school. Friendship blooms quickly, but could there be something more…?
Hellebore ( @helleborecomic)
Created by Melody A.C. ( @disgruntledmuffin)
Summary: Hellebore is an urban fantasy webcomic about a young witch trying to overcome some of life’s greatest obstacles: customer service, family drama, and making new friends. But something terrible is brewing on the horizon.
Immortal Nerd (Webtoons)
Summary: Nokia is a young adult, living on a space station New Rauma. Nokia has just gotten their immortality and the best use they can come up with it is to browse the old internet all day long without eating or sleeping and not having to worry about dying of hunger. After three weeks of old internet Nokia’s parents decide they’ve had enough.
Khaos Komix (Site) ( Warning: Nudity, sexual content, Transphobia, Homphobia, Rape)
Created by Tab Kimpton (Patreon)
Summary: a coming of age queer romance epic over 500 pages telling the stories of 8 teenagers.
Summary: Sparkly fantasy dramedy with magic, bilingual shenanigans, lots of queer characters, and the occasional dragon.A team of Knights are summoned to the capitol city of Ceannis, to guard the embassy of neighboring Sønheim. Thorn is the leader of the knights. Leif prunes the embassy’s rose trees. Both jobs end up being weirder, more complicated, and more hazardous than they look.
Summary: Les Normaux follows the life of a bunch of supernatural beings living in Paris after a human wizard named Sebastien moved to the city.
They each tell their own side of the story in their respective diaries.
Living Space ( @livingspacethewebcomic) (Warning: Death, violence, Islamophobia and Mental Illness)
Created by Elise Schuenke
Summary: Living Space is a 130-page comic about a space museum janitor named Norma Abernathy. She lives a relatively solitary life in Seattle, content to be a loner. Her life comes to an abrupt halt when she learns that her mother has passed away. Determined to find closure, Norma leaves on a road trip with two complete strangers, Shaula Wasem and Phoebe Gita. On Norma’s journey, we see the struggles of trying to exist in a space outside our homemade habitat. Living Space contains themes of mental illness, LGBT romance, life transitions, and anxiety of being in the open.
Dive into the crazy world of a high school marching band. For one particular senior though, it’s their first year in this marching band. And when everybody’s already got a sweaty uniform and overused nickname, it’s hard to not stand out….Melodica is a drama about your not so average high-school marching band (but then again, do average marching bands exist?). It’s also a story about one kid’s journey with their own identity, and finding out they are not alone in this world.
Memento Vivire (Tapas)
Living is learning to see yourself through another’s eyes.
Summary: Set in a fictional town called Havenhart, located in Indiana around 1984, MCCC follows the life of young monster teenagers and the threat of hunters
Summary: Emma Crewe doesn’t care for books, but has the power to literally be lost in one.When Emma lands in another world following a library fire, she discovers she’s a Namesake — one with the power to open portals to other worlds via the power of their name: strange, fantasy, and fairy-tale lands we know thanks to literature, cinema, and folks tales. The rules of Namesakes are quite clear – Alices always go to Wonderland. Wendys always go to Neverland. However, Emma finds herself in Oz, where she is expected to act as the latest in a long line of Dorothies. She instead unveils a magical conspiracy plot that’s more than 100 years in the making.While Emma is stumbling down the Yellow Brick Road, her younger sister Elaine discovers she’s a Writer — one gifted with the power to make stories come to life. Will Elaine be her sister’s key back home?Aided by magic-wielding twins from Oz, a half-Cheshire Alice, a devilishly charming Jack, a sword-wielding Lost Girl, a hungry card soldier, and a confused Canadian, Emma must walk through many stories to find everyone’s happy ending.
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