From the McElroys to Zoë Quinn and Tina Horn to the random guy that tries to make me buy his titty comics, I ask everyone how gay their shit is.
“Every time I try to put myself in a box I always break free.”
The classic manga and anime character reimagined as a non-binary teen growing up in New Jersey.
As if there’s value in being a person who never needs anyone.
Lesbians Who Tech has had rockstars all the way down.
money isn’t real. time isn’t real. the future is fake.
Everything you need to know before her new TV show!
“Are you interested in engaging in some platonic friendship?”
“Maybe it’s my depression talking, but I think running errands is heroic.”
“You’re working yourself up into an identity crisis!”
I wish I could come home more, but everything is different now…
It’s a really pretty game, though, and there’s a very good dog.
A quick “I love you.”
It’s time for me to say goodbye to Drawn to Comics. Here are some thoughts on what all of y’all have meant to me and my favorite comics along the way.
Valero-O’Connell is known for her distinctive and beautiful illustration style, and she’s starting to be recognized; she has two well-deserved Eisner Award Nominations for this comic, for Best Single Issue/One-Shot and Best Coloring.
A Pride reminder.
Are you ready for a new Lumberjanes graphic novel about a magic compass, a wandering woman in the woods and Mal and Molly having lots of feelings?
This game was exactly what I needed: a couple of hours where my busy brain could focus on tangible puzzles with achievable solutions.
Kiku Hughes first came to my attention a few years ago when I saw a lovely short comic she did about some space lesbians. I was immediately drawn to her lush and deeply rich character designs and colors. The comic looked like a galactic dessert, and I wanted seconds and thirds.
“I can list everyone on the US Women’s Soccer Team from least gay to most gay haircut!” “I can’t even appreciate what a cool and vital skill that is because I’m too sad!”