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Posted in Jo Leahy

The Prince & The Frog

In the fantastical era of Rococo France, a noble finds himself entangled in a magical queer retelling of The Frog Prince in this richly illustrated 26-page comic.

Posted in Lorry Jamison

Party Animals

Party Animals combines a spooky style with a queer romance, throws it all into a horrifying high school house party, and blends it all together into one chaotic comic!

Posted in MaxFosterStudio

PRŌPOSITUM

Arnold Kai, a man with a shady past as a scam artist, has to relive the events, harsh relationships, and the consequences that led to his death with the help of an existential guide through Wait Space, all while being followed by an alternate version of himself.

Posted in figofswords

The Second Circus

A coming-of-age story about families, friendship, and a magical fey circus.

Posted in Jamila Rowser

The Gift

The Gift, by Jamila Rowser and Sam Wade, follows 10-year-old Kenya and her father visiting an African art museum. At the museum, Kenya meets a mysterious visitor who takes her on an unexpected journey that leaves her with a new perspective on her roots.

Posted in Atla Hrafney

Gzhel Guardian

Leo navigates the otherworldly Railway System, full of magic, mechanical monsters and burnt-out heroes trying their best.

Posted in Joe Bortner

The Rockford High Mystery Society

A myopic grade-A student and a teen detective team up to solve mysteries in Salem, Massachusetts.

Posted in Sunmi

I Prefer The Pierrot That Knows Sadness

“I Prefer The Pierrot That Knows Sadness” is a multimedia comic exploring the clownery of love under capitalism, and the clownery of actual clowns in love.

Posted in Sunmi

Firebird

Firebird is a YA graphic novel about queer Asian-American teens hanging out and being gay.

Posted in Jey Pawlik

Dead City

A completed webcomic turned graphic novel about two queer men surviving a post-apocalyptic Toronto and falling in love.

Posted in Jey Pawlik

Gender Slices

A webcomic turned graphic novel of one page autobio comics of my life living as a nonbinary trans person.

Posted in Sloane Leong

A Map to the Sun

A group of delinquent high school girls struggling with their own personal challenges are forced to join their school’s first basketball team.