Posts tagged ‘homophobia’

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Review: No Straight Lines

Artist(s): Alison Bechdel, Allan Neuwirth, Andy Hartzell, Annie Murphy, Ariel Guzman, Ariel Schrag, BiL Sherman, Craig Bostick, Craig McKenney, David Kelly, David Shenton, David Wojnarowicz, Diane DiMassa, Dylan Edwards, Ed Luce, Edie Fake, Ellen Forney, Eric Orner, Eric Shanower, Fabrice Neaud, François Peneaud, Gina Kamentsky, Glen Hanson, Howard Cruse, Ivan Velez, Jaime Cortez, James Romberger, Jeff Krell, Jennifer Camper, Joan Hilty, Joey Alison Sayers, Jon Macy, Justin Hall, Kris Dresen, Lawrence Schimel, Leanne Franson, Maurice Vellekoop, Michael Fahy, Nazario, Paige Braddock, Ralf König, Rick Worley, Robert Kirby, Robert Triptow, Roger Zanni, Sean, Sina Shamsavari, Steve MacIsaac, Ted Naifeh, Tim Barela, Tim Fish, Tom Bouden, Tristan Crane.

An impressive anthology of 40 years of queer comics.


Review: Liberty Annual 2011

Artist(s): Craig Thompson, J.H. Williams III, Judd Winick, Kazim Ali, Matt Wagner.

A Free Speech anthology that focuses on gay issues.


Review: The Power Within

Artist(s): Mark Brill, Zan Christensen.

A comic in the spirit of the It Gets Better campaign.


Review: AARGH!

Artist(s): Alan Moore, Bryan Talbot, Jamie Delano, Kevin O'Neill, Mark Vicars, Neil Gaiman, Rick Veitch, Shane Oakley, Steve Bissette.

A 1988 charity anthology against an 80s homophobic British law (and I offer for your viewing pleasure two strips from that anthology).


Review: My Brain Hurts Vol. 2

Artist(s): Liz Baillie.

The second half of the queer teen punks series.


Review: Skim

Artist(s): Jillian Tamaki, Mariko Tamaki.

A story of young love among women.


Review: My Brain Hurts Vol. 1

Artist(s): Liz Baillie.

The first volume of a hard, but tender look at queer youth.


Review: Fox Bunny Funny

Artist(s): Andy Hartzell.

A pro-diversity and powerful fable.


Review: 12 Days

Artist(s): June Kim.

Love and loss are at the heart of this moving Western manga.


Review: Pride High #1-2

Artist(s): Brian Ponce, Tommy Roddy.

The story of a gay-straight alliance at a school for super-powered teens.