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 Nathan Aaron
 Yamila Abraham
 Brian Douglas Ahern
 Aknaton
 Citizen Rahne Alexander
 Niko Alexander
 Gordon Alexander
 Von Allan
 Lee Almodovar
 Jeremy Alva
 Brian Andersen
 Tina Anderson
 Mark Andrews
 Eric Arvin
 James Asal
 Chayne Avery
 Ismael Álvarez
 Liz Baillie
 Lo Baker
 Tom Bar-Or
 Tim Barela
 Trever Barker
 Clive Barker
 Donna Barr
 Tim Batiuk
 Andy Bauer
 Alison Bechdel
 Edward Beekman-Myers
 Steven Bereznai
 Paul Berge
 John Blackburn
 Ken Boesem
 Max Boorks
 Craig Bostick
 Tom Bouden
 Ronée G. Bourgeois
 Rich Boutell
 shane patrick boyle
 Paige Braddock
 Tony Breed
 Jennie Breeden
 Andy Brennan
 Sean Brennan
 Mark Brill
 Dave Brousseau
 JT Brown
 David Paul Brown
 Brownkuma
 Robert Bulanadi
 Mike Buzzelli
 Aldo C. Medina
 Brent Calderwood
 Sabin Calvert
 Jennifer Camper
 David Cantero
 René Capone
 Rondall Carson
 Ray Caspio
 Christopher Cerasi
 Chloe Chan
 Aman Chaudhary
 Chino
 Charles "Zan" Christensen
 Michael Christopher
 Ryan "Pyros" Clayton
 C. Bard Cole
 Chris Companik
 Chuck Conner
 Michael Cooke
 Colleen Coover
 Joel Craig
 Tristan Crane
 Howard Cruse
 Javi Cuho
 MK Czerwiec
 Dave Davenport
 Darren Davis
 Sven de Rennes
 John De Salvio
 Chris DeCarlo
 Adam DeKraker
 Robert Dennis
 Abby Denson
 Michael Derry
 Shannon Devine
 Peter Di Maso
 Katie Diamond
 Diane DiMassa
 Michael DiMotta
 Jenn Dolari
 David Donnell
 Kris Dresen
 Rachel Dukes
 Jamaica Dyer
 C. Edwards
 Dylan "NDR" Edwards
 PK Eiselt
 Nick Eliopulos
 Melaina Eller
 Zachary Enea
 Kurt Erichsen
 Brent Erwin
 Rodrigo Estrada
 JC Etheredge
 Matt Fagan
 Adam Fair
 Raul Faria
 Kate Fazekas
 Adriana Ferguson
 Patrick Fillion
 Alex Fitch
 Jeff Flaster
 J.A. Fludd
 Leonard Fogel
 Tana Ford
 Ellen Forney
 Greg Fox
 Leanne Franson
 Barry Freiman
 Andrew "Aethan" French
 Erica Friedman
 Andersen Gabrych
 Russell Garcia
 Steven Garcia
 Steven Garcia
 Antonio "Tonyboy" Garrett
 Antonio Garrett
 Shaenon Garrity
 Diego Gómez
 Megan Gedris
 Steven Gellman
 Andrew Georgiou
 Doug Giffin
 JD Glass
 Joveth Gonzalez
 Phil Good
 Michael Goodman
 Jade Gordon
 Sina Grace
 Adam Gragg
 Alex Grandstaff
 Stuart Granoff
 Paul Gravett
 Jay Gray
 Leah Gray
 Devin Grayson
 Drew Green
 Roberta Gregory
 Terrance Griep
 Michelle Gruben
 Gene Guilmette
 Justin Hall
 Craig Hamilton
 Glen Hanson
 Pam Harrison
 Andy Hartzell
 Natalie Harvey
 Allan Heinberg
 Joan Hilty
 Victor E. Hodge
 Hokane
 David Hooper
 J. Brett Hopkins
 Kelly Howlett
 Rachael Hudson
 Ned Hugar
 Ned Hugar
 Hushicho
 Keith Hutson
 Kazuhide Ichikawa
 Scuttlebutt Ink
 Jeff Jacklin
 Kathleen Jacques
 Loren Javier
 Jenffer A Jay
 Xsong Jiang
 Xue Song Jiang
 Eric Johnson
 Jessie Johnson
 Neil Johnston
 Jeffrey Jones
 Lisa Jonte
 Gina Kamentsky
 Shuji Karasawa
 Anton Kawasaki
 Ralf König
 David Kelly
 Kerainen
 Solomon Kidd
 Caitlin R. Kiernan
 Tab Kimpton
 Kevin Kiniry
 Robert Kirby
 Randall Kirby
 C.D. Kirven
 Andrew Klaus
 Roger Klorese
 Steve Korte
 Tommy Kovac
 Kris Kovick
 Logan Kowalsky
 Jeff Krell
 Katrin Kremmler
 Henry Kujawa
 Agata Laguniak
 Jay Laird
 Chris Lange
 Jack Lawrence
 Tony "Skylar" Lawrence
 Annie Lawson
 Dale Lazarov
 Christopher López
 Nick Leonard
 Colleen Lindsay
 Erin Lindsey
 Kasey Loman
 Ernesto Lopez de Victoria
 Michael Lovitz
 Ed Luce
 Michael Lucid
 Ritch Ludlow
 Kellie Lynch
 Christopher MacDonald
 Steve MacIsaac
 Jon Macy
 Leo Magna
 Andy Mangels
 Shaun Manning
 Laz Marquez
 Michael Marriner
 JM Marriner
 Lee Marrs
 Chloe Matthews
 Tess McCarthy
 Greg McElhatton
 Sean McGrath
 Craig McKenney
 Chaos McKenzie
 Chuck McKinney
 Sean Seamus McWhinny
 Karl Messer
 Desmond Miller
 Steve Mindykowski
 Kyle Minor
 Erika Moen
 Alejandro Morales
 Marcus Morgan
 Kenne Morrison
 John Murasky
 Johnny Murdoc
 Neil Murphy
 Bevis Musson
 Rachel Nabors
 Richard Neal
 Allan Neuwirth
 L. Nichols
 Terri Noble
 Shane O'Shaughnessy
 Sam Orchard
 Eric Orner
 Jeremy Owen
 Mark Padilla
 Kimberly Paul
 Mila Pavlin
 François Peneaud
 Samuel Pettit
 Joe Phillips
 Michael Phillips
 Tim Piotrowski
 Sean Platter
 Tim Poisson
 Rachel Pollack
 Brian Ponce
 Jayna Ponder
 Jarrod Pope
 Morgan "Mekari" Potts
 Jason A. Quest
 Carlo Quispe
 Brad Rader
 Wally Rainbow
 Jacki Randall
 Rayne Ratliff
 Mikhaela Reid
 Laila Reimoz
 Jennifer Reitz
 Max Repka
 Kay Reynolds
 Cody Rishell
 Shane Rivett
 Jeremy Rizza
 Tommy Roddy
 Robert Rodi
 Sara Rojo Pérez
 Bill Roundy
 Mysh Rozanov
 Lance Rund
 P. Craig Russell
 Benjamin Ruth
 Stephen Sadowski
 Gregory Sanchez
 Marco Santucci
 Sam Saturday
 yves sauriol
 JD Saxon
 Joey Alison Sayers
 Lawrence Schimel
 Eric Schlegel
 Ariel Schrag
 Bob Schreck
 Richard A. Scott
 Laura Seabrook
 Robyn Seale
 Sean-Z
 Trisha L. Sebastian
 Dan Seitler
 Kinu Sekigushi
 Jai Sen
 David Sexton
 Eric Shanower
 Ian Shaughnessy
 David Shenton
 Aliena Shoemaker
 Rhys-Michael Silverlocke
 Paul Slattery
 Alessio Slonimsky
 Laurie E. Smith
 Jeremy Smith
 Peter Sofronas
 Sina Sparrow
 Andrea Speed
 David Stanley
 K. Sandra Stanley
 Chad Sutherland
 Andy Swist
 Jozef Szekeres
 Christopher Taylor
 Orlando Taylor
 Lacy Telles
 Hektor Thillet
 Hugh Tims
 Michael Troy
 Dennis Tucker
 Christian Turk
 William O. Tyler
 Mitch V
 Studio V
 Dave Valeza
 Richard Valley
 Rosemary Van Deuren
 Mercy Van Vlack
 Alex Vance
 Ivan Velez, Jr.
 Maurice Vellekoop
 Carlo Vergara
 José Villarrubia
 Taylor Vineyard
 Robert Walker
 Reed Waller
 Elizabeth Watasin
 Kor Watkins
 Leia Weathington
 Peter Welleman
 Andrew Wheeler
 Andrew Whelan
 Crawford White
 Steve Whitmire
 Kat Williams
 Kirstie Williams
 Vanesa Littlecrow Wojtanowicz
 Tom Wolfe
 Thomas Wolfing
 Alex Woolfson
 XerXeX
 Scot Zellman
 David Zelman
Creator Resources
RESOURCE SITES

Beek's Books  
Link added October 16th, 2005
Reviews of LGBT comics!

GayMoz: The Gay Directory Project  
Link added November 8th, 2005
GayMoz was developed to have a positive online directory for the gay community that was not centered around pornography or just another way to sell something to the gay community. GayMoz includes a directory of several online comics.

GravityFaggot.com  
Link added November 14th, 2008
Gravity Faggot brings you exciting gay fashion and entertainment with the kind of hilarious camp that only comic art can deliver. Tasteful and flirty, Gravity Faggot shirts and underwear are guaranteed to get you pleased. Feeling gay? Become a Faggoteer today!

HOMni  
Link added October 11th, 2005
A massive listing of queer material in comics, with lists of gay characters, creators, online cartoons and comics and a quick-jump menu that takes you to queer comics sites online. Contains a great deal of information about comics creators from outside the United States and work in French.

QueerSupe: LGBT Characters and Themes in Comic Books  
Link added October 27th, 2009
"This is a blog dedicated to comics, action figures, TV shows and pop culture in general. It includes a number of on-topic posts from the past year and a half of decidedly NSFW HeroesNHunks.com where my blogging began."

"I decided to create QueerSUPE after I assembled the A-Z LGBT Comic Book Character Superlist at HeroesNHunks and realized that I had created a REAL resource for anyone interested in LGBT themes in comics."

QZAP - The Queer Zine Archive Project  
Link added May 7th, 2010
QZAP - The Queer Zine Archive Project

The Exceptionals  
Link added October 3rd, 2009
The Exceptionals are a team of former sidekicks and young heroes who aren’t quite ready for membership in the world’s premier super hero team, The Maximum Assemblage.

The Gay Comics List  
Link added February 12th, 2003
A collection of excellent resources from François Peneaud. Lots of reviews of gay-themed comics, an extensive gallery of "The Male Body in Comic Book Art", comics news and interviews, prose stories and other goodies.

The Meaning of Lila  
Link added March 3rd, 2010
"The Meaning of Lila" is about a young woman and her gay best friend who are slowly but surely discovering extraordinary meaning in their ordinary lives. I hope you enjoy what is the first mainstream syndicated comic strip to present real-life but humorous topics for and about young straight and gay people living in Cleveland, Ohio.

True to our Hearts Comics  
Link added October 3rd, 2009
True To Our Hearts is a forum for a collection of comics that deal with Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual/Transgendered issues. You are invited to lLog on and "discuss any old thing you'd like!"

Disruptive or insulting behavior is not allowed. Membership is open to users 13 years of age or over; please be aware of this when posting.

FORUMS AND SOCIAL INTERACTION

AlterWorlds: The Gay and Lesbian Roleplaying Association  
Link added 9/10/03
AlterWorlds is an online resource for gay and lesbian roleplaying gamers of all stripes. Currently, the site features an extensive member database (searchable by location) so you can find other "gaymers" in your area to connect with. More resources are planned in the future.

ATDNSIN-NORTHSTAR  
Link added 12/18/02
ATDNSIN (The APA That Dares Now Speak Its Name) and NORTHSTAR are amateur press associations both founded in 1989 and recently merged. This yahoogroup is for its members. The main focus is on sharing comics and comic related entertainment and opinions of interest to LGBT people, but zines can be about anything. The purpose is to connect to like-minded comic readers! Bi-monthly, members send their zines to the central mailer who collates them and sends combined issues out to members all over the country! Membership starts with a membership account with a minimum of $10 and your first zine! (Each member is responsible for keeping their account current to cover cost of mailing APA issues and any common supplies or organization copying).

Gay League  
Link added 12/18/02
The Gay League is an online community for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgendered, Transexual, and just plain friendly comic fans, collectors and creators worldwide. The purpose of the Gay League is to have a safe, hate-free, fun enviroment to read about, discuss, review, discover, trade, buy, sell, and learn information about comics - and make some friends online along the way. There are member profiles, art, fanfic, reviews, interviews, a list of GLBT comic characters and more.

Gay League Files Yahoo Group  
Link added 12/18/02
The Gay League Files (GLAFiles) is a companion list for Gay League members to share photos, drawings and more discussion (The digest edition cannot deliver file attachments). Due to some adult content, you must be of legal age in your locality to join.

Gay League Yahoo Group  
Link added 12/18/02
A great deal of the Gay League members' interaction takes place via its e-mailing lists at Yahoo! Groups. The regular list, called simply the GLA, is a great way to get to know other gay fans through the lively e-mail discussions they hold. Digest delivery or Web Only access cuts down or eliminates e-mail volume for those concerned about excessive messages. Due to some adult content, you must be of legal age in your locality to join.

Gay-nerds.com  
Link added 8/5/10
A place for gay nerds, queer dorks, lesbian geeks and everyone else to hang out and talk about what's important to them.

Gays & Comics Forum at Delphi  
Link added 2/11/03
A comics forum for “queer comics fans and their straight sympathiser friends.” The moderators of this forum are Andrew Wheeler and Christopher Butcher. “They are warm, caring people who will take you down” if you misbehave.

Outworlders  
Link added 9/10/03
Outworlders is a science fiction, fantasy, and horror fan group that supports and promotes gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender themes within these genres. Everyone is welcome. An interest in the genres and an open mind are the only requirements. Our members are as diverse as their interests, and enjoy exploring fandom in a welcoming community of like minded people.

queercomix  
Link added 12/18/02
Founded in 1996, the queercomix mailing list has been a discussion area and "safe space" on the Internet for talk about queer issues in comic books. Anything directly relating to queer concerns in comic books and the comics industry is appropriate for discussion, including in-story and personnel issues. Queer characters, creators, storylines and themes, and even queer-phobic creators, publishers, and/or comic book stories are all discussed regularly by the members.

The queercomix list is not a general-purpose "home base" for queer fans to discuss anything comics related (or even unrelated)—it has a narrower focus, and off-topic discussions are not encouraged. To subscribe send an e-mail to queercomix-subscribe@groups.queernet.org.

Yuricon.org  
Link added 11/12/04
Yuricon was founded in 2001 with the mission of bringing together fans of lesbian images in Japanese animation and comics. This mission has gathered people from all over the world to discuss and create stories that represented an entire continuum of lesbian experience, from youthful crushes to adult relationships. Yuricon has almost 800 members, and ALC Publishing (named after Yuricon's original name, AniLesboCon) is gearing up to release many original and translated projects in 2005.

PUBLICATIONS AND E-ZINES

 
Link added 4/24/12

Bash Helmet  
Link added 0/0/00
The world’s first gay superhero, Bash Helmet, was created in June 1941 by William 'Florrie' Mendelson while he was a young lieutenant stationed at an army base near Brighton, England. Each night, after lights out, Florrie loved to excite his privates by sneaking into their barracks and telling them fantastical stories in order to raise their morale.

Burly Press  
Link added 0/0/00
Burly Press is a new art and comic company dedicated to illustrations and stories including, but not limited to, gay characters and themes... And also expressing a love of big, burly, bearish men.

Comic Book Queers!  
Link added 12/25/06
A queer comics podcast tackling comics, the comic book industry, and the culture of fandom. Flame on!

Fanboys of the Universe  
Link added 1/26/09
Fanboys of the Universe celebrates the diversity and dedication of the gay/lesbian/bi/trans fan community. Whether it's science fiction, fantasy, gaming, collecting, films, books or TV, Fanboys of the Universe brings you the unique gay perspective on pop culture and the fun and philosophy of being a fanboy.

homocomix  
Link added 0/0/00
"a gay comic character living in a gay comic universe"

This blog showcases comic art and information, and is recommended only for readers 18 and over, as it contains some nudity and explicit content.

Lucky Legendary  
Link added 1/25/07
Join Captain Lucky and his team of Legends in their quest to save the community's time and hard earned money. This heroic webmag has reviews on movies, comics, video games, nightclubs, restaurants and more!! It also features exclusive interviews, horoscopes, and blogs. They will share their take on the latest happenings in the entertainment industry. Reading may just prevent wasted money or lead to an exciting adventure.

MENINE QueerComics Fagazine  
Link added 10/12/09
A Portugese/English blog devoted to queer comics.

Sequential Tart  
Link added 10/5/04
A Web Zine about the comics industry published by an eclectic band of women, dedicated to providing exclusive interviews, in-depth articles, and news, while working towards raising the awareness of women's influence in the comics industry and other realms.

Two Guys Talking Webcomics  
Link added 6/11/10
TGT Webcomics is a live podcast—made by readers for readers—as we interview comics across the internet. Besides our podcast, we record video interviews at cons like C2E2 and Fan Expo & interview comic creators/artists/authors. You also get a chance to be a special guest co-host where you can interview your favorite comic icons.

WEBCOMICS

Average Gay Guy  
Link added 11/8/05
He's not buff, far from it. But where he lacks in looks he makes up in personality! At times he can be bitter, sometimes "queeny", and other times selfish. He loves life and at the end of the day he's happy. He truly is about as average as they come.

"Sometimes political, but always typical, Average Gay Guy is someone we all know!"

Boobs Ahoy!  
Link added 6/29/06
"Boobs Ahoy!, a newer webcomic created by Chloe Matthews and Lynn McKeown, depicts the swashbuckling adventures of Wilhelm and Clover, two lesbian pirates on the hunt for women and treasure and…more women.

As the title indicates, Boobs Ahoy! is full of silly, sexy fun; its opening page warns it might not be suitable for those under 18. With all the nudity and sexual content, Matthews has said that one of her main concerns about putting the comic online was that the wrong audience would find it, and enjoy it for the wrong reasons. 'I'd hate the idea that I had a part in something that only objectified lesbians,' Matthews said."

-- -- Rose Yndigoyen, AfterEllen.com

Boy Meets Boy  
Link added 8/14/03
“Webcomics offer delicious freedom,” says K. Sandra Fuhr, creator of the online romance comic Boy Meets Boy. "I have no editor telling me what to do or what not to do. No criticisms that my characters are too gay -- or not gay enough."

Boy Meets Boy beat out a host of hetero comics to win the WCC Award for "Outstanding Romantic Comic."

--From the article “Web-slingers” by Bill Roundy

Capitol Hillbillies  
Link added 12/21/09
A weekly gay webcomic about guys living in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood.

Diary of a Catering Whore  
Link added 11/6/07
"'Diary of a Catering Whore' is an on-going online comics series which debuted in May 2006. It's based on the author's experiences as a catering waiter/bartender among San Francisco's high society. What's supposed to happen at catered events is only part of the story.

Elemental Micah  
Link added 1/7/11
When you lost your virginity, did you feel like a God? Micah did.

For a guy who is overweight, slobby, gay with very poor eyesight, a very broken nose and a name people never seem to get right, you wonder whether the fates were on the ale when they were choosing him.

Or did the fates choose him?

How did he gain these powers? Did he earn them mystically, inherit them from his family or was he in contact with a radioactive animal of sorts?

And what's the purpose of having these powers? There aren't any super villains around, so who does he really have to fight? Is there actually a need for a person with such luxuries if, as it is believed, he is the only one?

Until he finds out, he'll keep having his misadventures with Dana, Simon and his dog Alfonzo and hopefully he'll discover the meaning of his existence.

Fabulance  
Link added 3/31/10
Keep up with the weekly comic adventures of gay teenage superhero, Fabulance! as seen every other week in Phoenix's Echo Magazine.

Friendly Hostility  
Link added 10/20/05
Friendly Hostility, by K. Sandra Fuhr, is the story of Fox and Collin: best friends, boyfriends, and possible future rulers of Venezuela if Collin gets his way. It is also the story of the family they build for themselves, and sometimes the story of an iMac that makes toast. But only sometimes.

From the Cellar  
Link added 10/10/05
Adult-oriented webcomic by Chuck McKinney about a gay bar in New York City.

Heart of a Colt  
Link added 12/30/11
This story is about a child's journey to become a real boy. When tradition demands that only a son of the tribe leader can succeed him, a determined little girl put all her faith in a fairytale that could make her the next chief.

The goal is at least one new page every Monday. You can use an RSS reader to receive notification - by page, by update, or by chapter.

Hippie and Bulldyke  
Link added 9/8/04
Inspired by real people, Hippie and Bulldyke relates the adventures of two lesbians as they tackle harrowing political and cultural issues in a satirical fashion. Meet such characters as Earth Cookie, a crunchy save-the-world personality, and Bigotron, an evil Republican robot (a.k.a. George W. Bush).

New comics are posted each Tuesday, and readers have the opportunity to become a character in Hippie and Bulldyke by sending a photo and brief essay.

Imitation of Life  
Link added 8/14/03
Neil B.'s journal comic, Imitation of Life

Jesus Loves Lesbians, Too  
Link added 9/16/11
Maria's motto in life is "love it, or leave it", but really she wants you to love her or at least like her enough to invite her over for dinner now and then. She is in her thirties now, but the majority of this autobiographical story takes place when she was in her twenties. She loves her family, her friends, her pups, and Jesus.

Lean on Me  
Link added 10/16/05
Jade Gordon's webcomic is unique in that ALL the characters are LGBT!

Life After Ph.D. - Yet Another Webcomic  
Link added 0/0/00
Life After Ph.D. - Yet Another Webcomic is a thrice-weekly published webcomic that follows Our Indefatigable Hero, Dr. Rectangle, as he navigates the anxiety, depression, despair, and woe of modern life. Joining Dr. Rectangle on this gay geek entwicklungsroman is his significant lover, Mr. Arrow, and a cast of about ten.

Media Ted  
Link added 3/3/10
A comic strip appearing on the website of Polari, an online magazine. Written by Christopher Bryant and illustrated by Mihkel Mõttus.

"When planning out what the contents of Polari would be last year, I was reading a fascinating book called Mediated: How the Media Shape Your World. One of my best friends in the world is called Ted, and so I usually pick up on what I think of as ‘Ted words’. Addicted. Frustrated. You get the picture. And so, as a result of reading Mediated, I came up with the idea for a comic-strip based around a character whose understanding of the world was informed solely by the media.

"I decided that Ted would live out in the Midwest. The first strip had to be about how he easily he was influenced, and so he is sent a link to a video of a right-wing Christian blow-hard complaining that homos are everywhere. So he goes out and looks for them."

Mr. Gisby's Totally Gay Pet Shop  
Link added 10/10/05
"The world's biggest gay comic strip in print"

Mundane Nirvana  
Link added 6/29/06
This webcomic by Kitty & Rhys follows a large group of friends in college.

Mystican Dreams  
Link added 12/8/06
A war between races on the planet Mystica. Will a beautiful princess and a servant from two different races be able to end the 1000 year rift? Welcome to Mystican Dreams.

Nowhere Girl  
Link added 8/14/03
One sign of the growing maturity of webcomics is the success of "Nowhere Girl," an online drama about a young lesbian whose life is slowly falling apart. The lushly colored debut by Justine Shaw is the first webcomic ever nominated for an Eisner Award, the Oscar of the comics industry.

--From the article "Web-slingers" by Bill Roundy

Pride High  
Link added 11/9/11
The entire run of the Pride High comic book series is available online in webcomics form. Pride High follows the adventures of a Gay-Straight Alliance at a school for super-powered youth. Reader-created characters are encouraged and have been included in storyline from the very first issue. Come join the fun!

Rooster Tails  
Link added 2/14/11
Roostertails is a weekly comic and pet project, exploring the life of a simple transguy transitioning in the lower half of the South Island of New Zealand. Some key words:

Roosters (not chickens, although I like chickens too); Trans (as related to gender, and formation – but not so much istor radios); Puns (because I like them… hence the title, do you get it? huh? huh? it’s freakin hilarious); Hair (It’ll become apparent soon enough, I really like hair, it’s one of my favourite things to draw); Friendship and Love (cos my boyfriend just told me to write it. No, but, seriously. He just rolled his eyes); Faggotry (aka all things queer); Nerds (because I am one); New Zealand (cos I live here); Stephen Fry (not really, but I do love him).

Sea of Something  
Link added 12/21/09
Welcome to Sea of Something - the ongoing webcomic series that follows the sometimes rude and often silly misadventures of Eisha and her slacker friends as they struggle with everyday existence in the seaside city of Brighton.

Skipping Out  
Link added 8/22/07
Skippy has been referred to as the "straight" man for a world of stereo-typical characters in the gay community. He lives in a strange city with stranger people (particularly his roommate, Mattie), but he loves trying to figure them out. Not to mention his ex-boyfriend, Frobert, and the guy who lives in his bathroom and eats cookies.

So Many Levels  
Link added 8/3/05
This strip revolves around a gay, biracial, adopted teenager and the lives of his quirky family and friends. The strip is aimed at general audiences, both gay and straight.

The Bohemians  
Link added 4/11/06
The Bohemians is a weekly (and sometimes more) comic by Spain Fischer about Ethan, Travis, and Ally—three starving artists in New York City.

The main theme is Bohemianism, which is the philosphy of life that you need to live for your art and for love, throwing materialistic things out the window. It's a hard life, but somehow our bohemian friends live through it.

Starvation, AIDS, heartbreak, and the rest of the shit one finds in the slums of New York.

The Gay Monsters  
Link added 1/25/07
Xander is a bartender at the Underworld's hottest gay bar, but he secretly pines for the love of a living man. Hilarity ensues as his fellow fiends tirelessly set him up with other gay monsters while they struggle to understand his obsession with a living man.

A flash-animated webcomic by Andy Bauer.

Troy  
Link added 9/9/08
Set in a slightly fictional version of West Hollywood, CA, quite possibly the gayest little city in North America, "Troy" follows the everyday trials and tribulations of Troy, a "typical" young, urban gay guy. The themes, however, are universal enough for anyone who's ever felt friendship, love, infatuation, lust, jealousy, or gone through a bitter and painful break-up at the hands of a psychotic ex can understand.

Venus Envy  
Link added 8/14/03
Erin Lindsey says her webcomic Venus Envy is basically her way of:

A) Filling a major gap in the online comic community (I mean, let's face it, you've got three dozen comics about lesbians, a hundred and four about clumsy white males, six about talking ferrets, and eight with dead people, but only two other TS comics that I've managed to find), and

B) Working through a lot of the stress and insanity that comes from my life. In a sense, I guess this is therapy (and a lot cheaper, too). I have it up here, online, to try and make people laugh as well as show some people that a transsexual man or woman is no different from any other man and woman and try and make the concept a little less alien to all.

Why Me?  
Link added 6/29/06
Dee's had it. She's got a lousy job, no girlfriend, and a mad scientist of a roommate who's always late with the rent. Then things go from bad to worse when her fairy godmother shows up to make sure she lives happily ever...

Young Bottoms in Love  
Link added 8/14/03
Tim Fish's gay romance comics are posted daily (Monday through Friday) on PopImage.com. The 5-page story arcs range from silly to serious, from soap to sci-fi, and feature guest creators as well.

YU+ME  
Link added 6/29/06
"YU+ME by Megan Gedris tells the story Fiona, an awkward high school girl, made an outcast by her classmates, harassed by her stepmother, and struggling with her mad crush on the extremely cute new girl next door. Gedris has developed a distinctive style for her comic that alternates between lush, detailed, anime-style drawings of her characters and quick, more cartoonish sketches, using the difference to convey shifts in tone and emotional states."

-- Rose Yndigoyen, AfterEllen.com

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