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LGBT-Friendly Web Comics

Discussion in 'Entertainment and Media' started by EDMJunkie, Oct 21, 2014.

  1. EDMJunkie

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    Anyone have any good recommendations? I'm in the middle of reading this one called The Young Protectors. It's a pretty good storyline so far(Plus Kyle is totes hawt). I'm also wondering if anyone can tell me what Artifice is about. It's by the same guy, but I can't figure out the plot.
     
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    Thanks, I'll check them out!
     
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    If you're interested in furries, I can help you out a bit. "Concession" is pretty good, but there are some dark themes in it (eg. cheating, demons/devil worship, murder, cancer, lots of other things). There's another called "TwoKinds," which features a relationship between a male and a transgender FtM character, but it doesn't start to appear until quite a ways in. "Furthia High" has a M/M relationship between two high school guys, but it's kind of unimportant to the overall plot.
    Other than furries, I don't know a whole lot. I don't read many webcomics.
     
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    Thanks! I've heard of Homestuck, but I don't know what it's about. But I'll look into it!
     
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    Basic logline is that it's about 4 kids who play a game. But there's way, way, way more to it than that. Heads-up, though: It does start off slow. But when it picks up the pace, you'll be revealed to so much more at once than you thought.
     
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    It sounds great. I'm really excited about this. I've never actually been into things like web comics or anime or stuff like Seiyuu Crush until recently. It's opened up a world for me that is filled with wonder. It actually makes me really sad to think that these people in these stories aren't actually real, even though it feels as if they are. Let's hope I can handle the feels.
     
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    Here is the ones I love

    Menage a 3 Also check their other titles as well. Sticky Dilly Buns is about a gay guys life. Eerie Cuties and Magic Chicks had their moments as well.

    Young Protectors is a super hero comic which is very good. Mr. Woolfson and his team also did great job on Artifice which is a classic if you ask me.

    Adam & Andy is so sweet comic about married gay couple.

    Least I could do maybe not directly LGBT comic like others above, Sohmer's look at life is fun. Gayne moments means LGBT moments... and Rayne's obsession with marrying Aragon. :grin:


    Kyle's Bed and Breakfast is another classic.

    Kate or Die is a cute comic made by a bisexual artist.

    David Doesn't Get It made by an asexual artist and helped me great deal to understand what asexuality is like.

    Life and times of a lesbian chick is well... about a lesbian's life. Like David doesn't get it or Kate or Die, it is also a jounal-like, bio-comic like thing.

    Those are the ones comes to my mind first. Let me know if you feel like you need more links. By the way you can join Smackjevees and read many amateur comics from horror to boy love and stuff.
     
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    Yeah Khaos is probably what you can call as a real LGBT comic as it touches nearly every aspect of the LGBT.

    Also sorry for not completely reading first post.

    Artifice is about relationship of a boy and an android whose sent to purge every human in the facility.
     
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    Thanks White Knight and Praetor. This should keep me occupied for a while at least!
     
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    No problem :slight_smile: Feel free to message me if you want any more suggestions!