You’ve already heard us talk about how excited we were for “Lumberjanes,” but now you can see if it lives up to the hype.
Kate Beaton brings us this collection of touching and tragic tales from her time working on the oil sands of Alberta.
In A Very Special Bra Week edition of Drawn to Comics, we bring you “Busty Girl Comics,” Paige Halsey Warren’s tales of the perks and problems that come from being busty.
Erika Greco’s wonderful comic “Mixtape” is an emotional journey through one woman’s coming out and a playlist of songs to match the mood.
“Haircut,” a short online comic by Sara Goetter is a super cute story about a princess and the lady knight who rescued her. Goetter’s other comics take a similar tone with even more stories about precocious young women and the adventures they go on.
If you’re looking for some great Adventure Time fun, an awesome comic about a great band or a sweet story about two ladies and their relationship, look no further than “Marceline and the Scream Queens!”
If you love folklore, but you’ve always wanted more queer women of color as the heroes, make sure you check out Leia Weathington’s “The Legend of Bold Riley.”
Kate Leth, famous for her Kate or Die! comics has recently been taking on the world of comic fandom with a special series of exclusive comics for the website Comics Alliance.
If you’ve ever felt like an outsider, an animal or a punk, or if you just like reading comics about those groups, you absolutely need to check out “Terrible Terrible Terrible.”
“Help Us! Great Warrior” combines all of the best parts of Sword and Sorcery with a fierce, femme (yet kind of lazy) and awesome female warrior.
On the first day of February, comic creators from all over the place try to draw one comic for every hour they’re awake. Here are some from the artists I’ve featured in this column.
Noelle Stevenson, the co-writer of the upcoming series “Lumberjanes,” is the creator of the fun, creative and brilliantly written and drawn webcomic “Nimona” about a super villain and his shapeshifting teen girl sidekick with awesome hair.
Exploring 40 different artist’s feelings and experiences about their bodies and gender, the zine “Every/Body” has stories and comics ranging from the touching and tragic, to the inspiring and uplifting.
“Strong Female Protagonist” is a wonderful superhero comic that places more importance on the humanity of it’s characters than their super-humanity. It tells the story of Alison Green (formerly Mega-Girl) as she tries to negotiate post-superhero life.
Elisha Lim’s zine “Favourite Dating Tales” features not only illustrations, comics and pictures that convey just about every part of the dating experience, but also has some of the most beautiful looking art I’ve ever seen.
In it’s third volume, all-lady comic collection “The Strumpet” brings us tales from 22 different women all centered around the idea of taste- whatever that means to the artist.
Annie Mok’s tremendous short comic Screentests tells gorgeous stories about coming to terms with trauma and gender and is absolutely gorgeous to look at.
If you’re looking for a beautiful comic about a butt-kicking girl, a boy looking for adventure, breathtaking new worlds, and bizarre creatures, you’ll definitely want to check out Demon Street.
If you’re anything like me, you love to read comics about queer couples, weird cats and even weirder nature. ChaosLife covers all those bases and I chatted with the creators.
Sfé Monster’s webcomic Kyle & Atticus tells the story of a young genderqueer kid making their way through school and life. Also they have a robot friend that speaks in Braille.