List of webcomics with LGBT characters

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This is a list of some of the many webcomics featuring lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or otherwise LGBTQ content.

LGBTQ+ themes and characters were historically omitted intentionally from the content of comic strips and comic books, due to either censorship, the perception that LGBTQ+ representation was inappropriate for children, or the perception that comics as a medium were for children. In recent years, the number of LGBTQ+ characters in mainstream comics has increased greatly. There exist a large amount of openly gay and lesbian comic creators that self-publish their work on the Internet. These include amateur works, as well as more "mainstream" works, such as Kyle's Bed & Breakfast.[1] According to Andrew Wheeler from Comics Alliance, webcomics "provide a platform to so many queer voices that might otherwise go undiscovered."[2]

List of 1980s-1990s comics[edit]

Year(s) Title Created by Description
1983–2008
2016-2017
Dykes to Watch Out For Alison Bechdel This webcomic features multiple lesbian characters,[3] specifically a lesbian feminist named Mo Testa, a drag king named Lois MacGiver who dates Jasmine and the mother of a trans teen: Janis (whose birth name is Jonas), and a self-described "bisexual lesbian" named Sparrow Pidgeon (whose birth name is Prudence). There's also the college girlfriend of Mo (Clarice Clifford), the married partner of Clarice (Toni Ortiz), the current lover of Mo (Dr. Sydney Krukowski), and a Jewish lesbian named Theo who was Sydney's lover in college, along with other central characters, like Jezanna and Audrey who are in a relationship, and Harriet, Mo's ex-girlfriend.[4]
1996–2007 Bruno Christopher Baldwin The titular character, Bruno, is a bisexual, and free-spirited woman,[5] and later becomes involves with Sophia, who "has male and female lovers within the bounds of a polyamorous relationship."[6] The webcomic also features a trans woman named Judi, with Baldwin offering "brief flashes inside Judi's private sexual life," even though most of the main characters don't know she is trans.[7] In one comic, Bruno admits her bisexuality,[8] and in others, she goes on a date with Frank, has a one-night-stand with Patricia, and sleeps with her friend Donna. In the later case, Bruno and Donna have a passionate relationship, but due to Bruno's alcoholism and somewhat turbulent personality, they break up.[a] After the breakup, Bruno expresses interest in a boy[9] and Donna is seen with a new girlfriend.[10]
1998–2018 Jane's World Paige Braddock In this "gay-themed comic strip," most of the central characters, are lesbians, including the titular Jane Wyatt,[11] who has a crush on the owner of the coffee shop, Margaret "Maggie" Valen, and has a number of ex (and current) girlfriends, while Maggie and Dorothy, confirmed as a bisexual character,[12] may have feelings for each other.[13] Bisexual women are also included as characters, and the comic later featured a same-sex marriage between some of the comic's central characters in 2018.[14]
1998–present Kyle's Bed & Breakfast Greg Fox Covers controversial LGBT topics such as same-sex marriage, HIV/AIDS, body fascism and conversion therapy.[1][15] Thie story features various LGBT characters, such as Jeff Olsen, a gay man with HIV, Mark Masterson, a gay scholar, Kristian Janson, a Jamaican gay man.[16]

List of 2000s comics[edit]

2000-2004[edit]

Year(s) Title Created by Description
2001–2014 Venus Envy Erin Lindsay Features MtF transsexual character named Zoe, whose birth name was Alex, adjusting to school life as a girl. Also features an FtM transsexual and a lesbian as characters.[17] S. Belmar later wrote a spin-off of this comic with a "trans gag strip" named Venus Ascending.
2002–2006 Young Bottoms in Love Tim Fish Features "more realistic" portrayals of homosexual characters than other stories in this web comic anthology from over 40 creators.[2][18]
2002–2009 Oh My Gods! Shivian Balaris Includes gay main characters like Stan (who is in a relationship with Vincent) and a lesbian named Vera, in this story which deals with the Neopagan, Pagan, and Wiccan faiths.[19]
2002–present Closetspace Jenn Dolari This comic features several transgender characters, like C, Allison, Heidi, and Amy.[17]
El Goonish Shive Dan Shive A long-running dramedy transformation webcomic, about a cast of characters and their relationships while in the middle of spellcasting, shapeshifting and gender-bending. All main characters are queer and gradually learn and change their gender identity and to a lesser extent attraction as the story goes on, while occasionally getting involved against fantasy evil plans.[20]
2003–2009 DAR! Erika Moen Moen's auto-biographical comic follows her as she explores her own sexuality.[2]
2003–2010 Girly Jackie Lesnick This webcomic is the sequel to Cutewendy, with two female protagonists (Otra and Winter) in a romantic relationship with one of them having lesbian parents.[21]
2003–present Questionable Content Jeph Jacques Includes characters of various sexualities, a trans woman named Claire, an asexual character named Hannelore, bisexual woman named Dora who is in a relationship with lesbian woman named Tai, gay man named Henry, and a professional dominatrix named Veronica, as well as various other themes of sexuality.[22][23]
2004–2015 Girls With Slingshots Danielle Corsetto This webcomic, by Danielle Corsetto, focuses on the adventures of Jaime, Hazel, and their friends, and at one point "Thea and Angel have the safe lesbian sex talk."[24][15] Corsetto also leads the readers through the "wonderful world of sex with girls," reminding readers that "sexuality comes in a number of flavors."

2005-2009[edit]

Year(s) Title Created by Description
2005–present Gunnerkrigg Court Tom Siddell Features various LGBT characters, including Kat and Paz as a same-sex couple, are Zimmy and Gamma, Robot and Shadow.[25]
Transe-Generation Matt Nishi Gag strips about the daily life of an FtM transgender individual named Matt and other transgender people who are transitioning.[17][26]
2006–2013 Finn and Charlie are Hitched Tony Breed Features a gay couple named Finn and Charlie in a slice-of-life story.[15]
Khaos Komix Tab Kimpton Features eight college kids in the British suburbs of various sexualities and gender identities, specifically Steve, Mark, Amber, Nay, Tom, Alex, Charlie and Jamie.[15][27]
2007–2015 Capitol Hillbillies Chris Lange Revolves around the lives of four queer men named in Seattle's Capitol Hill, named William the Naked, Stu the Bald, Clark the Bottomless, and Jon the Professor.[15][b]
2008–2013 Eve's Apple Christine Smith This webcomic focuses on intimacy and dating from a transgender perspective, centers on a gay, and overweight, trans woman, Eve, and has "some very frank discussions about physical intimacy."[24] The story was well received by the trans community, while Smith added that Alison Bechdel's webcomic "Dykes To Watch Out For" was a big influence on her.[28] This comic also includes Eve's crush, and best friend, Lucy, while her lesbian friend, Lilith, has a crush on Eve, along with other LGBT characters, like a trans man named Adam, and two estranged lovers, Candace and Abelle. Christine Smith later spun off Sarah, who had a few frames in this comic, to her new comic, "The Princess," as noted in a later entry on this page.
2008–2019 Ménage à 3 Gisele Lagace; Dave Lumsdon Explores "themes of sexual awakening"[27] The webcomic follows the lives and adventures of three roommates in their attempts to find love, success and the pleasures of life. Suzi "Zii" Nielsen is bisexual,[29][30][31] as is Désirée "Didi" Chastel,[32][33][34] while Senna Muniz is a trans lingerie model[35] who later gets dumped by Gary,[36] and Dillon is gay.[30] The latter is the protagonist of a spinoff comic titled Sticky Dilly Buns.[37] In addition, in Ménage à 3, Matt, Dillon's partner, is technically bisexual, while Yuki has a crush on Zii and "hates guys."[30]
2008–2020 Starfighter Michelle Palumbo Features sexual relationships between men, including between a fighter pilot named Cain and a rookie navigator named Abel.[38]
2008–present Curvy Sylvan Migdal Features two lesbian protagonists, Anaïs Phalèse and Fauna Lokjom, in a relationship.[2]
Oglaf Trudy Cooper Explores various sexual themes[27] and includes a person named Ivan, and various other characters.
Sister Claire Elena Barbarich; Ash Barnes Includes transgender nun Oscar, and other LGBT characters.[39]
2009–2014 The Less than Epic Adventures of TJ and Amal E.K. Weaver Follows the relationship of two homosexual men, TJ and Amal.[15][2]
2009–2016 Homestuck Andrew Hussie Includes multiple LGBT characters[40] in this comic about a "boy and his friends and a game they play together."[41]
2009-2018 The Princess Christine Smith This webcomic tells the story of a trans girl, Sarah, has a cast of other LGBT characters,[22] as she struggles against transphobia.[42]
2009-2020 Doc and Raider Sean Martin Focuses on two gay men, Doc and Raider, originally in newspapers from 1987 to 1997,[43] Published in newspapers and magazines for LGBT audiences beginning in 1987,[44] then as a webcomic from 2009 to 2020.[45][46]
2009–present Fera David "Davy" Shirley Features a lesbian protagonist and her bisexual partner which is set on Mu, a sister planet of Earth.[47] It includes characters like Kato Marucci, Dee Alwood, Dominique Marucci, and Misty Howe, along with "LGBT/Queer romance, and cat girls."[48]

List of 2010s comics[edit]

2010-2014[edit]

Year(s) Title Created by Description
2010–present Band vs. Band Kathleen Jacques Features queer characters, like Honey Heart and Turpentine.[49][50]
De Boezems Jiro Ghianni One panel gag strips about two bosoms that came from a trans man's chest.[51][52]
2010–present Dumbing of Age David M Willis Large cast of characters attending college with various sexual orientations and gender identities.[53] This includes Jennifer “Billie” Billingsworth who seems to have a relationship of some type with Ruth,[54][55] Becky who is dating a girl named Dina,[56][57] Ethan Siegal who may have a crush on a boy named Danny,[58] Leslie is a mentor to Billie and a "homeless lesbian,"[59] and Sal, who is still figuring out their gender identity.[60]
Unsounded Ashley Cope Features multiple gay characters in this fantasy comic.[15]
Go Get a Roomie! Chloé C Features a protagonist named "Roomie" and explores sexual themes.[27] Roomie is a free-spirited and sexually active young woman who goes by the nickname of "Roomie", as her real name is as yet unknown.[61] Roomie lives on no apparent income by staying with various friends and partners, with most of the comic's material prior to chapter 14 stemming from such ventures, particularly in the first two chapters.[62] She has described herself as "not the romantic type,"[63] although she has close relations with Lillian, her roommate as shown on various occasions,[27][c] and she has said she has been sexual with men and women, implying she may be bisexual or pansexual.[64][65] Also, Jak is a "transboi friend" who has a girlfriend named Gulden, Aggie was Roomie's past lover who was born intersex as she stated in a radio interview.[61][66][67]
Alfie InCase Erotic fantasy webcomic, centering around two girls, Alfie, and her friend, Melly, along with others who do sexual acts.[68] Features multiple bisexual characters and explores different societies reaction to sexuality.
Rain Jocelyn Samara DiDomenick This comic by Jocelyn Samara and DiDomenick features a trans girl, Rain, as the main character and other LGBT+ characters,[53] like a bisexual woman named Fara Byer, a lesbian woman named Maria Strongwell, a gay man named Rudy Strongwell, an asexual girl named Chanel Montoya, and a number of others with an "unknown" sexuality (Anastacia Rubina, Brett Desrocher, Quenton Morrison, and Chiaki Koizumi).[69] Additionally, this comic features two bisexual men (Randy Martin Guy and Kylie Coven), an asexual man named Arthur Feltman, and a gay couple (Trevor Kurz and Frank Johnson).
2011–2012 Artifice Alex Woolfson A gay romance between an android assassin, Deacon and the person he saved (Jeff).[15][70]
Bucko Jeff Parker; Erika Moen This webcomic features an "uninhibited" lesbian main character who is the housemate of the protagonist, Rich "Bucko" Richardson.[71]
2011–present ChaosLife A. Stiffler; K. Copeland Semi-autobiographical comic about a queer couple, an agender person named Stiffler, their wife named Copeland, and two cats (Konstantin and Peter).[72]
Cucumber Quest Gigi D.G. This comic features two girls, Peridot and Almond, who have crushes on each other, and a complex trans woman character named Rosemaster, who is a villain in this story.[73][74]
Sunstone Stjepan Šejić Focuses on the BDSM relationship between two women, Ally and Lisa.[75]
2012–2015 Nimona Noelle Stevenson The series protagonist, Nimona, is a stocky woman, and shapeshifter, who wears pink and is "kind of butch."[76] Nimona is a sidekick of villainous Lord Ballister Blackheart, with both fighting the Institution of Law Enforcement and Heroics. Blackheart's former lover and childhood friend, Sir Goldenloin, is part of the Institute.[77][78][79]
2012–2019 Monster Pop Maya Kern Includes various queer characters.[80]
2012–present As the Crow Flies Melanie Gillman Follows the interactions of a group of queer pre-teens, such as a Black queer 13-year-old girl named Charlie, who is stranded in an "all-white Christian youth backpacking camp."[81][82]
Kate or Die Kate Leth Covers issues including bisexuality and feminism, in issues which are occasionally autobiographical.[2]
O Human Star Blue Delliquanti Main characters include gay men, Brendan and Al, and a MtF trans robot named Sula.[83][84][85]
The Young Protectors Alex Woolfson Follows a gay teen superhero named Kyle who falls in love with a male supervillain.[15]
2013–present Check, Please! Ngozi Ukazu Centers around a gay protagonist, Eric "Bitty" Bittle, on a college hockey team.[86]
Demon Street Aliza Layne This webcomic features several queer characters, including a nonbinary character and a pair of crushing pre-teen girls, with the cast including Raina Duvall, Sep Maeda, Essie, and Celine Leclair.[87][88][89][90]
Trans Girl Next Door Kylie Wu Autobiographical comic about the author's transition as a transgender woman.[91]
Up and Out Julia Kaye This autobiographical comic is about the author's transition as a transgender woman.[92][93]
2014–2014 Supercakes Kat Leyh A webcomic about the lives of two superheroes, May Ai "Tank" and Molly “Mo” LaMarck (also known as Shift), who are girlfriends.[88]
2014–2015 Portside Stories Valerie Halla Slice of life comic about trans childhood friends, Alexandra Stripes, Nat Mint, Lark Stripes, and Lynette Mercier.[94] It is implied that Lynette has a crush on Lark.[95]
2014–2017 Becoming Me Mia Rose Elbo Autobiographical webcomic by a trans woman.[88]
2014–2018 The Center for Otherworld Science Shing Yin Khor Features queer characters such as evolutionary biologist Dr. Maggie Ng (Mags), engineer Danika Jones (Dani), and project manager Jennifer Kim (Jen).[49]
2014-2019 Fallacy Iida Reitti This webcomic begins with a kidnapping, then goes on from there, with shapeshifting, sword fights, and intrigue.[96]
2014–2020 Lumberjanes Grace Ellis; Shannon Watters[d] This series features various LGBTQ characters. Two campers, Mal and Molly, discover they have mutual crushes for each other, with their friends accepting their relationship.[97][98] Additionally, Jo is a trans woman of color with two dads, and acts as an "expert on what it means to be a Lumberjane" to the fellow campers.[99][100] Additionally, in issue #68, when Artemis confesses her love for Diane, she says: "...I like you too. But I don't have any interest in kissing or junk like that" and has never had interest in kissing anyone.[101]
2014–present Agents of the Realm Mildred Louis Features a predominantly Black main cast with a variety of sexual orientations, with the story focusing on the "vibrant transformation of five young women into interdimensional warriors," such as a Black woman named Norah Tanner, and four others: Adele, Kendall, Paige and Jordan.[102]
AJ & Magnus Bryan Steel About a young boy named Aj, his English mastiff dog, Magnus, and the boy's two dads (Alex and John) in their ordinary suburban family life.[103][104]
Assigned Male Sophie Labelle This comic follows life through the eyes of a middle schooler named Stephie who alternately makes light of, and chafes under the realities of growing up a transgender child in a cisgender world.[105]
Eth's Skin Sfé R. Monster Follows the adventures of a non-binary fisherman living in British Columbia.[106][107]
Job Satification Jey Barnes This webcomic, with a majority queer and trans cast, is about non-binary demon summoners who face off against clients, with various "gender and social cliques."[108] That includes non-binary characters like Lemme La Violette and Sinh Thuy, and genderfluid people like Gaspar Villaba De Gallo, along with many others.[109]
Kidd Commander Aria Bell This webcomic is about "queer folks" who are on a trip to "catch the sun" according to the comic's creator.[110] More specifically, everyone in this romantic comic deal with trauma, does anime stuff, and "everyone is queer."[111]
Men+Monsters Aero Zero Follows homosexual human, monsters, and robotic men who explore their sexuality such as Silas, a gay man, a swordsman named Xerxes, and Osric, the best friend of Xerxes who has turned into a monster.[112]
Raison d'Etre Funari[e] This webcomic, a drama, comedy, and coming-of-age story,[113] is filled with LGBTQ characters. This includes a demifemale student named Nakamura Sachiko who is pansexual, a NKP trainee named Miyamoto "Ri-Chan" Rie who is bisexual, and a "cat" named Koneko who is agender.[114] There's also a non-binary owner of the coffee shop, Miyamoto Kazuo, who is panromantic, a gay culinary student named Nakamura Hayato, and a lesbian ascendant rights advocate named Cassandra Gibson. Apart from these characters, there are four asexual characters: a quiet student named Takino "Miko" Koyomiko, a student named Yukina "Yucchan," a college student named Miyamoto Hiroki, and another student named Kagura Pan. More specifically, Hiroki is panromantic, Pan is aromantic, and Miko is demisexual (and demiromantic).
The Rock Cocks Brad Brown
Leslie Brown
Erotic webcomic about the adventures and journeys of a rock music band. Both the main cast and the secondary cast contain LGBT characters.[115]
Serious Trans Vibes Sophie Labelle This long-running webomic counters "misconceptions about transgender people," and features a trans girl named Stephie and a non-binary girl named Ciel who both "explore their gender identity, relationships, and just life in general."[116]
Witchy Ariel Ries This comic features a trans girl named Prill, a witch who is Nyneve's class, a bully at first, but then later becomes an ally.[117][118]

2015-2019[edit]

Year(s) Title Created by Description
2015 Pizza Witch Sarah Graley The titular pizza witch, Roxy, is queer, funny, talented at cooking, and wears stylish clothing while having a familiar named George, which is a black cat.[119] She tries to win the heart of a silver-haired girl she delivers pizza to.
2015–2017 Always Human Ari North A primary driving force of the comic is the relationship between Sunati and Austen, who begin as friends and later enter a romantic relationship with one another.[120] The parents of Sunati (Nisa and Prav) are shown to be in a polyamorous relationship with a man named Vish, who Nisa calls "our boyfriend," all of whom help Austen meet Sunati before her mission off-planet.[121] Additionally, it is indicated that Austen has two dads.[122]
Rock and Riot Chelsey Furedi Has an LGBTQ theme and a cast diverse in gender and sexuality, including people like Connie who runs a girl gang at a high school and tries to show off to Carla, a new student at school.[123][124]
ShootAround suspu Contains various LGBT characters.[125]
2015–2019 Mooncakes Suzanne Walker; Wendy Xu A queer chinese-american paranormal romance. Nova, one of the most powerful witches in New England reunites with Tatyana, her childhood crush and errant genderqueer werewolf. Together they explore magic and their relationship to banish a dangerous demon.[126] The story with the last chapter was published in print by Lion Forge on October 5, 2019.[127]
2015–present Acception Coco "Colourbee" Ouwerkerk This ongoing Dutch teen dramedy romance webcomic,[128] which was inspired by "manga genres such as shojo and shounen," focuses on a rainbow-haired male protagonist named Arcus McCarthy who is high school student who faces some hostility for his appearance. The comic also features various LGBT characters.[129] This includes Lola Lion, a trans woman who is transitioning,[130] and Bo, an asexual woman who comes out to Lola at a party.[131] Casper, a gay guy,[132] and Lola both have crushes on Arcus,[f] the latter who realizes he is in love with his friend Maud in the Season Three finale comic.[133] Also, Iris's sister, Elsa, is shown to go on a date with a girl, who she calls "Lollipop"[134] and John is a trans man who becomes Lola's friend,[135] along with unnamed gay, lesbian, and bisexual characters in other comics.[g]
Ace of Beasts Aero Zero Follows the sexual lives and fantasy adventures of homosexual men in a poly relationship.[112][136]
Goodbye to Halos Valerie Halla This comic features a trans girl protagonist named Fenic and a queer cast, like two presumably gay characters (Leo and Louis), a lesbian named Fran with a girlfriend, and two characters who use they/them pronouns (Jess and Tahmonai).[94][87] Fenic, a "20-year-old trans lesbian" from Skyport, has been living in the "run-down queer district of Market Square" for five years, and has a magic ability to "manipulate any object from a distance," even though this magic is "temperamental".[94]
Leif & Thorn Erin Ptah A magical, bilingual, and cross-cultural romance[137] between two male main characters, Leif and Thorn,[138][139] plus other LGBT cast members.[140] This includes an agender warrior Juniper Sel,[141] Birch Pasil and Annie who have considered polyamory,[142] Rowan Muscade who has dated men and women,[143] a trans female named Delphinium,[141] and Nigella Badiane, who is willing to date those of all genders.[144]
Never Satisfied Taylor Robin Features a varied LGBT cast, like a non-binary teenager and one-eyed apprentice, named Lucy Marlowe,[145] and others within the diverse cast,[146] some of which are also non-binary.[147] The latter may refer to characters like Tetsu and Rascal who both use they/them pronouns.[148]
Radio Silence Vanessa Stefaniuk A coming-of-age webcomic which explores themes like domestic abuse, sexism, neglect, and sexuality, along with "occasional sexual themes" as five British musician friends try to "make it big in the music world."[149][150][151] The diverse cast of "lovable" characters includes guitarist Colbie, lead vocalist Matt, drummer Wren, bassist Brent, and keyboard player (and introvert) Shy.[152][153][154][155][156]
Unknown Lands Rosi "toherrys" Kämpe Unknown Lands has environmental, feminist, and LGBTQ+ themes,[157] with most of the cast having a queer sexual identity.[158] Specifically, Vard is polyamorous, Marya is lesbian, Kai is demisexual, Inara is bisexual, and Mischief is pansexual. The webcomic is set in a post-apocalyptic fantasy world inspired by Scandinavian and Finnish mythology and folklore, where a group of adventurers request the help of the Unknowns, powerful monsters with a punk-goth aesthetic and attitude to help them stop elves gone rogue.
2016 Lady of the Shard Gigi D.G. Features a romance between women,[159] specifically between Acolyte and the Goddess. The former gives the latter gifts, in the form of breakfasts and other meals. As the comic moves forward, romantic strains increase as they try to figure out their love for each other.
My Lesbian Experience With Loneliness Kabi Nagata Autobiographical manga by a lesbian author.[160]
2016-2018 Weird Sisters Nat Roze The unfinished story of a sorority of witches most of which are trans, lesbian, or bi[161] and loosely based on characters from Shakespeare's tragedies.[162] In May 2019, the comic's creator, Nat Rose, tweeted that she "lost momentum on it and it was never meant to gain it," adding that she has "other stories" she would rather tell than continue Weird Sisters.[163]
2016-2019 Bi-Assed Olivia Dannell This autobiographical webcomic, by Olivia Dannell (otherwise known as The Purple Alien), focuses on a woman who is bisexual and biracial, with episodes focusing on "microaggressions and misconceptions about biracial and bisexual people," and the challenges they face.[116]
The Unfitting Puzzle Piece SpigaRose Lisa has a girlfriend named Eva, who is jealous when Lisa "checks out" other girls.[164] Both are 17-years-old.[165] Apart from them, Nico is an openly pansexual character, who reveals to Lisa that Eva is bisexual.[166] There seem to be minor gay characters as well.[h]
2016-2020 Cunning Fire Kaz Rowe This webcomic is a "queer urban fantasy" about witches in Chicago attempted to summon an elixir of life..[167] This includes witches like Akiva Klein who uses she/they pronouns, Riley Han who uses they/them pronouns. Akiva and Darcy Mendoza are in love, as are Eden Kurakin and Issac Sadik, while Riley and Alex are exs of each other.[168]
Magic Advisor Magic Friegen In this fantasy, comedy, and lesbian romance, Lizzy, a magic advisor, and Prim, a wannabe villain who likes stealing magic objects, start as "frenemies."[169] As the comic moves forward, their relationship develops.
The Order of the Belfry Barbara Perez Marquez
MJ Barros
This comic, focused on a war between two kingdoms through the perspective of an all-female order of knights,[170] was once called "very queer and...excellent."[171] The comic was originally conceived of on Tumblr,[172] before moving onto a Tapas site in May 2016.[173][174] Barros, in 2016, called the people who die for being female, queer, and of color as their "inspiration to write about Lady Knights."[175] In March 2016, the comic's creators stated that while there aren't any trans characters, the comic will cover "an array of different sexual identities and romantic relationships," stating that is the intent to focus on "exploring this particular group of cis females and their stories" at the present, but wouldn't rule out a trans character in the future.[176] The series was later praised for its "deft navigation of romances" including bisexuality, homosexuality and polyamory,[177] being about women who love women and having "a romance between two men."[178][179][i] In January 2020, Perez Marquez announced the end of the webcomic series, with the posts on Tapas site cleaned out in the few weeks to follow before shutting down the comic entirely in order to move onto other projects.[180]
Close Your Eyes, Look at the Mountains Juniper Abernathy All main characters are lesbians, queer, and/or trans. Most strips are about a cat named Rosie and a dog named Isabelle who are in love.[181]
2016–present Long Exposure Mars Features a budding romance between two male characters.[182]
The Back o' Beyond Jon Walker This webcomic is fantasy and romance between two characters who are pirates, reluctantly, and a "mysterious magical amulet."[183]
Snug Orbit Emrys Seren This autobiographical webcomic has "polyamorous queerplatonic relationship" with some episodes discussing the aromantic and asexual spectrum and "healthy relationships."[116] Specifically, Emrys is bigender, asexual aromantic, while Calliope is pansexual.
2017 Power Ballad Molly Brooks This 26-issue self-contained comic, by a lesbian cartoonist named Molly Brooks, tells a story which "normalize[s] the presence and experience of queer people"[184] and has various LGBTQ characters. Meera Varma, who has many ex-girlfriends, is an assistant to Carina Petersen, a world-acclaimed superstar who is also a crimefighter, and she falls in love with her after working with her for two years, trying to figure out if Carina shares her feelings.[185] Apart from her ex-girlfriends, Meera goes on a date in the comic's eighth episode with a woman named Lori before hearing Carina's music.[186]
2017-2019 Stupidly Beautiful Local Lil Kiddo This webcomic explores gender roles and sexuality in a polyamorous relationship, with the college-age characters, Kalmin, Mira, and Deimos, and their "sexual exploration" described as real, especially in "emotionally resonant" and "poetic" episodes.[116]
2017-2020 A New You Heartbeatz Kim Park is a 21-year-old woman whose girlfriend is Mae Miller, a 21-year-old woman, and both of them are dating.[187][j]. They later sleep together and have sexual intercourse.[k]
LGBT stories Changbim This story has various LGBTQ characters, including Nicky and Fay, who are in a relationship,[188][l] with Nicky having some attraction toward some men, like Alan.[189] This means that she may be bisexual. Alan has a crush on Brian, who has a girlfriend named Miley, until Brian says he is a "real man" who doesn't like boys, leading him to leave Brian behind.[m] Alan later has a crush on a man named Mike, with Mike having a crush on him as well.[n]
2017–present Common Fantasy Ashley Poenisch This webcomic focuses on a "hopeless romantic," his male crush, and the creatures they meet on their journey.[190]
Heirs of the Veil Jasper Klier[o] This webcomic is a "queer urban fantasy" which focuses on a witch, Victoria Seel, who is searching for her mother.[191] The comic has a "LGBTQ+ inclusive cast," along with touching on topics like sexuality, gender, and dysphoria.[192] Various characters, like Elliott Morea, Eleazar Wagner, Amaranth Sinclaire, and Ernst, use they/them pronouns, while there are two characters in a relationship: Eleazer and Poe Eatman.[193]
My Two Lesbian Ants Lisa Franklin This comic strip, by Lisa Franklin, is about two ants, Peggy and Sandro, which are lesbian, and one who is non-binary and queer, Angie.[194]
Obelisk Ashley McCammon This horror webcomic, which is Gothic inspired, centers around a lesbian romance, is for young adult audiences.[195] The two protagonists who are romantically entangled are Evelyn Reuter and Margot.[196]
Pathways: Chronicles of Tuvana Elaine Tipping This webcomic is a "queer high fantasy" with some sci-fi focusing on people trying to save the world.[197] The story includes an agender magician named Quinel, a non-binary scholar named Atawn Lorvac, a trans woman and chronicler named Zanae Ymorra, along with a number of cisgender characters.[198] Published on Smack Jeeves until December 2019, the webcomic was therein published on Webtoon, Tapas, and elsewhere.[199][200]
Princess × Pistolier Alternate World Katrya, serves as a guard for Annilyse "Anya", a Princess, in her travels, over five years. She later admits that she has been in love with Annilyse and Katrya reciprocates those feelings.[201][202] After Anya's father rejects their romance, Anya eschews the wedding, and runs away with Katrya.[p]
Sell Spell! Erin "Lociro" Powers This webcomic is a "queer high fantasy" and adventure with magic, mysteries with ancient origins, and raiding tombs..[203][204] This includes illusionists, mages, rangers, and bodyguards.[205]
Sinners and St. Sebastian Ashley Poenisch This webcomic has various LGBTQ characters. This includes a pansexual human named "Red" Kuznetsov, a lesbian girl named Paula Regelski who likes other girls, an asexual lesbian named Nellie Sanders, a pansexual man named Steven Ives, an ambiguously LGBTQ kid named Erik Fugelsang, and other LGBTQ characters like Mama Kuznetsov, Jack Hammer, and Bruce Boucher.[206]
2018 Visibility Has Its Rewards: Six Cartoonists on Gender and Transition Multiple This webcomic brought together six cartoonists who created a set of comics "about being trans and non-binary."[116]
2018–2019 Aerial Magic Ari North This comic includes various LGBTQ characters. For one, most spirits are genderless, like Wisteria's familiar, a bird named Puppy, and unnamed "third gender humans."[207] Secondly, Josette chose her own name and is called "self-named," but, if she lived in the human world she'd "describe herself as trans."[207] She is the girlfriend of Cecily, who is mentoring the protagonist of the comic, Wisteria. Cecily and Josette, who appears first in chapter 20,[208][q] have a relationship which grows through the series, and kiss multiple times in the webcomic.[r]
April Flowers Ccustard Cheryl loves her friend, Emilie, before she is grievously injured and killed by a demon.[s] At the end of the comic Iris admits to her mother that she lives April and they both embrace one another.[209]
2018-2020 Freaking Romance Snailords Although the main part of this story focuses on a growing romance between Zylith and a male "ghost" in an apartment named Zelan she begins renting,[210] there are various LGBTQ characters. Zylith is bisexual as has a crush on her friend Verose, apart for her later love of Zylith, as shown in the early issues of the comic.[211][t] As the comic goes on, Verose expresses romantic feelings for Zylith at multiple points.[u] She later comes out as non-binary and accepts people using any pronouns to describe them.[212] Another character, Aushi, Zelan's brother even fakes being aromantic so that he and Zylith can enter into a marriage without regret on Zylith's part.[v]
2018–present Chroma Key Brandon Dumas This webcomic follows a multiracial group of childhood female friends who transform into Power Ranger-like superheroes. Emily, who has Type II of Waardenburg syndrome which comes with, in her case, moderate hearing loss and less pigmentation of hair and eyes, and prefers to use ASL,[213] she has a crush on another girl, Adrienne,[213] and is a lesbian.[214] Additionally, Fuchsia explores her trans female identity,[214] and was confirmed to be trans in one issue of the webcomic.[215] Also, Parker is non-binary but designated female at birth[216] and April is shown to have a crush on an unnamed older woman.[217] This was further confirmed by Brandon Dumas, a non-binary writer of the comic, who stated that the comic has a "diverse LGBT cast"[218] and described all the main characters as LGBT,[219] adding that two of these characters are trans,[220] likely referring to Parker and Fuchsia.
Mage & Demon Queen Kuru[w] This webcomic is focused on Malori, a young woman and mage, who is told to kill the Demon Queen, Velverosa, but is deeply in love with her. As such, the queer relationship between them is a central part of the story.[221] In the second chapter of the comic, Axel and Cerik go on a date in Folstina, as do Princess Lenora and Malori.[222][223] It is shown that Lenora has a crush on Malori,[224] and implied that Axel has a crush on Cerik.[223]
My Dragon Girlfriend Fawnduu Features a varied LGBT cast including the main protagonists.[225] This includes Dani, a lesbian girl that can turn into a dragon, and her human (and bisexual) girlfriend, Christy, who she saves from a terrible date with a guy at a bar.[x] There are also two lesbian girls, Callie (a cat) and Olive (a bat), who have feelings for each other, along with various other minor characters.
Magical Boy Vincent Kao This comic features a trans man named Max as protagonist who comes out to his mom, and has to face the obstacles of becoming a magical girl.[226]
Motherlover Lindsay Ishihiro This webcomic is a slow-burn romance about two moms from different walks of life, who eventually fall in love, and will be published in print in 2023 by Iron Circus Comics.[227] The story centers around two women: Alexis "Alex" Koenig, a single lesbian woman of Japanese descent who moved back to her childhood home, with a daughter, and her neighbor, Imogen Dawson, a stay-at-home mom who is trying to find "a new identity and purpose" in her life, who is married to Jonathan, living with their four children.[228]
StarChild SageFlannery This webcomic features various LGBTQ characters. Specifically, Stel, an alien from another planet, and Bonnie "Bunny" are pansexual, while Sylvia, Bunny's mother, is bisexual, Vi is a lesbian, Dani is pan, and Donut is asexual and aromantic.[229]
Undefiled Wings Spiga Rose This supernatural and fantasy webcomic, set in "mad side of heaven," and a comic for "very open minded people" has multiple LGBTQ characters.[230] Acquamarina is an iced angel who is a trans man who is also pansexual while Ametista is also an iced angel, along with being an asexual trans woman.[231] Additionally, Zaffiro, who is an iced angel like Acquamarina and Ametista, is a cisgender man who is demisexual and panromantic, while Rodocrosite is cisgender man who is gay and a fire angel.[232] Furthermore, a fire angel named Occhio "Oki" di Tigre is a cisgender aromantic and asexual woman, an iced angel with the name of Gaida is agender and possibly gay,[233] and another iced angel, Cioroite, is a bisexual cisgender man.[234] The same is the case for Tormalina, an iced angel who is a bisexual cisgender woman. Finally, a fire angel named Pietra del Sole "Sole" is a cisgender man who may be gay and Ambra, another fire angel, is a cisgender woman who is asexual and aromantic.[235]
2019-2020 It Stems From Love Soya S. Holm Charli and Hana have a developing relationship in this comic, slowly falling more and more in love with one another.[236][237]
2019-2020
2020
The Right Knight
Our Days in Lumain
buttersphere A knight named Cassidy "Cass" falls in love with a girl, Nola, who can transform into a dragon, after she came to save a princess, Melandra "Mel," in a tower.[238][239] Cass is from a family of knights and Mel is said to have attraction to girls and guys, implying she is bisexual.[240] Their story was continued in a sequel which began in April 2020[241] titled Our Days in Lumain where they meet in the Kingdom of Lumain and are in a romantic relationship with each other.[242][243]
2019–present 180 Angel Queen Katbird This comic focuses on a demisexual girl named Chloe Samuel "Sam" Heavenwood, who wants to be a delivery angel, and grows to like the princess of hell, Lilith Aster Wrath Morning, a pansexual woman who wants to become the queen of hell.[244] There are other LGBTQ characters like a gay demon named Xaphan Xavier Morning, and a reaper of yet-to-be-determined sexual orientation: Craig "Zero" Field. These identities were alluded to at the end of two issues of the comic which showed Sam wearing a dress having the colors of the demisexual flag, Lilith with a dress with the colors of the pansexual flag, and Craig wearing a sweatshirt with colors of the Rainbow flag.[245][246]
ANIMALHEADS Sam Curtis; Son M. Described as "gay people doing crimes" by fellow creator LySandra Vuong[247] ANIMALHEADS tells the story of four friend and recent college graduates who realize their lives are coming to a dead end and try to get into the business of scaring people. They quickly find themselves having to hide a body.[248]
Brimstone and Roses Mei Rothschild Beatrice "Bea" Rosario, the protagonist and a bisexual woman,[249] summons a demon named Lazereth "Laz" to attend the wedding of Sofia, her sister, who is marrying a woman named Evelyn, in order to make her ex-girlfriend, Ava jealous.[250] Ava has a new girlfriend named Elaine.[251] Bea later goes on a date with Amira, which Laz tries to crash, and they decide to remain friends.[y] Afterward, Bea goes on a number of failed dates with men and women, some of which are crashed by Laz, and others where people are biphobic.[z] Laz helps her find Alex, who she enters a romantic relationship with, and Laz saves Bea at the end of the comic's season 1 after Alex is never seen from again due to a contract he made.[aa]
Castle Swimmer Wendy Lian Martin Features a romance between the two main male protagonists, Kappa (also known as "The Beacon") and Siren, a prince, along with a transgender woman, and several other varying sexualities.[252]
Cosmoknights Hannah Templer The main cast is a group of lesbians in a space neo medieval setting fighting patriarcal structures.[253]
Cursed Princess Club LambCat Jolie and Nell are members of the Cursed Princess Club, otherwise known as CPC, consisting of princesses who are cursed and have been cast out of society. In the 57th episode of the webcomic, Nell states that she was glaring at the story's protagonist, Gwendolyn "Gwen," because she was jealous of Gwen "always clinging" to her girlfriend, Jolie, with the latter confirming their previously secret relationship.[254] Additionally, on multiple occasions, Abbi, a princess who is age 15, has said that the president of the CPC, Calpernia, is her "backup crush"[255] after crush on a boy, Bobby, did not pan out, and later calling Calpernia "confusingly hot."[256] These attractions imply that she could be bisexual.
Ive Met Someone Laura Deland Jenna, also known as JK, is the protagonist of the comic, who begins as a closeted lesbian who has a crush on a girl named Heather Wesserman.[257][ab] She later gets a crush on a bisexual girl she meets in a supermarket named Joy Harris in the comic's ninth issue, and connects with her on a dating app.[258] Later, they connect on Facebook, Jenna meets Joy's ex, Shay, and they kiss[ac] She also meets a deeply closeted lesbian girl on a sketchy dating website named Karma, who she develops feelings for, before learning the truth about her.[ad] After that unravels, Heather, who she has grown closer to,[ae] becomes her girlfriend,[259] even after they both go to separate colleges.[260] The comic also features two girls, Lily Fauster and Molly, who become a lesbian couple after kissing at a frat party[261] and a trans lesbian girl named Lyza.[262] Additionally, apart from Lyza in the LGBT Alliance club at college, there is a non-binary student named Milo and a girl who isn't using labels to define her love, Sereena[262] along with Will, a trans man,[263] and Rob Tucker, a gay man who has a crush on Heather's ex-boyfriend, Tate Knowles.[264][af]
Muted Miranda Mundt The comic is set in New Orleans where people possess different magical abilities, and at age 21, Camille Severin is told to summon a demon, but it fails.[265][266][210] Camille later does summon a demon named Dendrobium "Dendro"[267] and they grow closer over time. In episode 79 of the comic's second season, they kiss and express their love for one another.[268] When some raised the question of whether Camille is "cheating" on her girlfriend, Lilinyra 'Nyra' Dupre,[ag] the comic's artist Miranda Mundt implied that Camille, Dendro, and Dendro are in a polyamorous relationship.[269]
Our Universe Jenny-Toons Christina, a universal goddess, falls in love with Brenda in this comic.[270] Christina's real name is a song and Brenda is the first girlfriend she has ever had who can pronounce it correctly.
Roses are Red, Violets are Blue Dlanora Violet and Rose meet at a bar and later go on a date with one another.[271] They kiss[272] and develop a deeper romantic relationship with one another,[273] with Violet telling Rose about her ex-girlfriend, Jen, her psychiatrist at the time.[ah]
Saving You Meli Molon In this comic, 17-year-old Rosalie "Rosa," one of the protagonists, may have a crush on 17-year-old schoolgirl named Clarity "Clair" Rabourn, calling herself Clarity's "biggest fan" when she first meets her.[274] Rosa later meets June Park, another schoolmate, who has a crush on her,[275] and it is revealed that her sadistic boss, Lillian, loves her deeply.[276]
The Revolution of the Moon and Sun SpigaRose This is a school life comic with a polyamorous relationship between three teenager girls: Ravi (lesbian), Selene (bisexual), and Carmen.[citation needed]
VAMPIRE Girlfriends Potchimew Tabitha and Poppy are two vampires in a romantic relationship with each other, with Tabitha born in the Ottoman Empire and Poppy born in Finland.[277] Both need blood to live, meaning they usually drink blood out of blood bags, but can also eat any form of raw meat.[278] Poppy works as a model and Tabitha as a graphic designer[279] and met in a bookstore in the 1950s New York City, growing to like each other over time.[280][281]
2019- present JOE IS DEAD Lev Levinson Androgynous butch main protagonist Cricket is in a romantic relationship with girl pirate captain Harriet Hopper.[282] Cricket questions her gender identity openly.[283] Multiple other characters in this historical fiction themed story are gender-non-conforming and/or gay.

List of comics in 2020s[edit]

Year(s) Title Created by Description
2020 Afro Chronicles Jayden This autobiographical webcomic focuses on the creator's transition and "journey of self-discovery" as a Black trans man.[116]
Gondlolier Pokkettss Leofwine, a 28-year-old half-demon human has a crush on Nicholas, a blind elven gondelier, who also has a crush on him.[284][ai] Also, Pierre is an aromantic, but not asexual, character in the comic.[285]
Her name was Sunny Madamka This three-chapter comic features various LGBTQ characters. The protagonist, Dani, has a crush on a girl named Sunny, with the former having a fiancée named Toby and works at a local coffee shop.[286][287] Sunny's friend, Yvette, who works with her at the coffee shop, has a crush on the protagonist as shown in the last chapter, "Polar Rose," who is also excited about the "Princess Prom" episode of She-Ra and the Princesses of Power.[288]
2020–present Arcade Alex Risiko Erotic webcomic about two gay men, Alex Rossi and Kaz Kovar, who fall in love at an arcade set in Starlight City.[289] Alex, the titular character, is a trans man, and Kaz, his boyfriend (and the story's narrator), is a cis man.
Babe! Darunni [aj] Zoey Mercy is a pansexual[290] and extroverted White woman in a relationship with a queer Asian woman named Liz.[291][292] Zoey, like Liz, originally appeared in the series She's a Keeper, another webcomic by the same author.[292][293]
Bunny Problem Nyxeti Zhou Xue may have feelings for Na-Eun Unnie and vice versa, with the latter saying she loves Zhou in the first episode after they kiss in an elevator.[294][295] Both go to school at the same university, but are grades apart, with Na-Eun becoming Zhou's school tutor in Chapter 4.[296]
Fluidum[ak] Layla E. This drama focuses on people who can switch their bodies, where everyone can swap between "their male and female bodies until their 20th birthday," when they have to choose whether to stay in their female or male body, meaning that they are genderfluid[297][298][al][299][300] and was one of Ari North's "queer webtoon recs."[301] This story, set in London, includes characters like Jesse, who has a partner named Rachel "Soz",[302] Michelle, Milo, and Lake, a social media star that Jesse has a crush on.[am]
Hazbin Hotel Vivienne "Vivziepop" Medrano The comic, which is based on the namesake animated web series, features the show's multiple LGBTQ characters. Vivziepop announced a prequel comic focusing on the characters prior to the events of the series.[303] As of July 2020, the first chapter of the webcomic titled "Dirty Healings" has been completed containing twenty-two pages and hosted on the official website.[303] Another comic titled "A Day in the After Life" which focused on Alastor's daily life in hell was uploaded on the website on October 19, 2020.
It's kind of complicated Toaster Kun June, an out lesbian,[304] has long been friends with a girl named Sammy, but realizes that she may have feelings for her.[305][306][307]
I'll Make You Fall For Me abacci A girl named Xiao Xin, also known as Xin Jin, falls in love with a blond-haired girl at a coffee shop named Xue Yu, who also has a crush on her.[308][309] In this ongoing series, Xiao gets close to Xue at a party and they exchange phone numbers.[an]
Kamille Mortinfamia This fantasy and romance story has multiple LGBTQ characters. Camille's friend, Minerva "Mina,"[ao] has two moms.[310] Camile, on the other hand, can become a magical girl named Kamille, and is a god like Kami, Mahi, Jala, and Avani.
Kiss It Goodbye Ticcy In this story, that the author describes as a women-love-women romance, Aruka and Yukimi are in love with each and live in Japan.[311] The comic chronicles the development their relationship over the years, from childhood friends to a rift between them in high school and later reconciling.[ap]
My Cat is a Wizard Kairui-chan Caitlyn has a cat named Soma, which turns out to be a human witch in disguise,[312][aq] and she may like women, including her teacher and her boss (the compant's director), who seems to have a crush on her.[ar] She also gets closer to Soma, who has feelings for her, as she likes girls.[313] Additionally, Caitlyn's friend, who is an assistant of the director, is gay, with a boyfriend named Theo, and she has an ex-boyfriend named Xander.[as] As such, Caitlyn may be bisexual.
My Remedy Bakashoujo Yuna is a lesbian who comes out at age five to her father.[314] She meets a woman named Ryoko in a cafe for a date and she proposes they live together, which Yuna accepts.[at] Yuna's dad accepts Ryoko and thereafter Yuna and Ryoko begin living together.[au]
My Sweet Archenemy RosannaDuong Sunshine and Mad are defined in the comic as "asexual lesbians," with Mad out with her identity and Sunshine closeted.[315] This identity is possible, although not as that term, because although asexuality is a sexual orientation, but can be romantically attracted to no one (aromantic, a person of the opposite gender (heteroromantic) or someone of the same gender (homoromantic), among other orientations.[316][317][318][319][320] In the case of Sunshine and Mad, they would be asexual and homoromantic. Mad is romantically attracted to Sunshine, who slowly begins returning the affection,[av] with Mad saying at one point that "guys are gross."[321]
Sabine: An Asexual Coming-of-Age Story MermaidMap Sabine questions her existing sexual orientation at college and navigates relationships, learning about asexuality as part of her "personal journey."[116]
Tamberlane Caytlin Vilbrandt In a special where readers could ask the cast of the comic questions, Mx. Ainsley said they "don't feel like any gender at all" and that gender doesn't impact their activities.[322] They also stated that gender norms are "pretty loose" where they live and that there are unnamed "non-binary creatures" which also live in the town. Also, one of the stories from the library, Ivan Saves the Town, which Tamberlane and her adopted mother read, features a character (Ivan) with two dads: Garret and Tom.[323][324][325]
The Doctors are Out Blau In this romantic comedy, Matias Guevara is a doctor who helps patients at a health clinic, with a veterinary doctor named Fernando Guevera moving in next door, grow closer to one another, and their relationship grows closer.[326][327] The comic also features Leo, a trans man who goes out on a date with Mary, one of Fernando's assistants at his vet clinic.[328]
The Spectrum of Us Sen-chan This webcomic has multiple LGBTQ characters including Emily Saito, who is described as "Daisuke's lesbian cousin," who hits on "any female she lays eyes on" while Kuma Tanaka, an uptight teacher, has a crush on Hideaki's ex-girlfriend, Akari.[329] Additionally, Junichitto is the best friend of Hideaki and is "super gay" for him, while Shin Shoda would "die for" his friend, Daisuke.

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ See for example the comics, "Hit by a Train" (where they kiss), "Dancing Like Footballers" (where they note they had sex the previous night), "Baseball Bats" (Bruno asks Donna if they want to have sex again), "Maybe Not Right Away" (a romantic dance between Bruno and Donna), "A Happy Relationship" (Bruno thinking of Donna as fantastic and saying she enjoys spending time with her), "Drinking After News" (alcoholism of Bruno pointed out, cracks in the Bruno-Donna relationship begin forming), "More Than You" (Bruno calls Donna her "lesbian lover"), and "The Nature of Change" (Bruno and Donna breakup).
  2. ^ This is page 1, which has Young Bottoms in Love. See page 2 for The Less than Epic Adventures of TJ and Amal, page 3 for Khaos Komix, page 4 for Young Protectors and Artifice, page 5 for Finn and Charlie are Hitched, page 6 for Kyle's Bed and Breakfast, page 7 for Capitol Hillbillies, and page 8 for Girls with Slingshots
  3. ^ Also see the webcomics "Story time", "Chapter 24"
  4. ^ Apart from writing by Ellis and Watters, Noelle Stevenson, Kat Leyh, and Faith Erin Hicks wrote stories for this series.
  5. ^ All three people who work on this, specifically Funari, Leigh, and Raison, are known as "Cloud Fourteen".
  6. ^ Also see episodes 26, 30, 68, and 72
  7. ^ See episode 71 and 117
  8. ^ See issues 53 and 107
  9. ^ In February 2018, Barbara Perez Marquez described the comic as a "queer romance comic."
  10. ^ In episode 37, Kim is jealous of Mae's male friend, and episode 38 where their friends recognizr they are dating one another, and again in episode 44
  11. ^ This is shown in episodes 41, 50, 55, and 66
  12. ^ Also see episodes 51, 52, 53 and 62, and 63 of Season 1, and episodes 9, 10, 11, 27, and 40 of Season 2, for example.
  13. ^ This is indicated in episodes 5, 6, 22, 47, and 48 of Season 2, with the latter the last connection between Alan and Brian
  14. ^ This is shown in episode 35, 38, 44, and 48 of Season 2 for instance.
  15. ^ Illustrated by Phineas Klier.
  16. ^ See Chapter 10 part 5, chapter 10 part 6, chapter 10 part 7, chapter 10 part 8, chapter 10 finale, chapter 11 part 6, chapter 11 part 9, and chapter 12 part 8 for instance.
  17. ^ Cecily mentions to Wisteria she has a girlfriend in chapter 14, but she is not introduced until chapter 20
  18. ^ Specifically see the prologue to season 2, episode 6 of season 2, episode 7 of season 2, along with having moments together in episode 1 of season 2, episode 10 of season 2 and episode 25 of season 2.
  19. ^ As shown in episodes 35, 36, and 37
  20. ^ Also see episode 4, episode 25, episode 26, and episode 27 for depiction of Zylith's crush on Verose
  21. ^ See episode 28, episode 30, episode 37, and episode 65 for instance for Verose exressing these romantic feelings toward Zylith
  22. ^ See episodes 74 and 75
  23. ^ Also known as Color LES
  24. ^ This is noted by reviewers on sites like Yuri Central.
  25. ^ See episodes 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, and 36.
  26. ^ For episodes on Bea's failed dates, see 20, 21, and 22
  27. ^ Episodes such as 25, 26, 37, 46, 53, and 60 all show the progression of the relationship between Bea and Alex
  28. ^ Also see issue 27, where she talks about closeted in a Q&A and issue 34 where she tells Heather that she is gay. She comes out as gay to her mom in issue 38 and her dad in issue 39.
  29. ^ See issues 17, 19, and 20.
  30. ^ See issues 41, issue 43, 51, 52, 57
  31. ^ Jenna confesses, in a journal entry, that she likes Heather, and Heather does the same, as shown in Issue 55 and Issue 56, while noting in issue 60 that she has had a crush on Heather for years.
  32. ^ His crush for Rob is noted by Heather in issue 60 and in issue 58 he tells JK that he is entering the online dating scene, looking for a gay man to hook up with.
  33. ^ As noted by Yuri Mother
  34. ^ She talks about this in issues 16 and 17.
  35. ^ For their crushes on each other, see pages 34-38, 39-42, 43-45, 70 for example
  36. ^ Darunni is the name of the cartoonist who works on this comic, whose real name is Liz as revealed in the second Q&A. Liz and Zoey Medic, a writer for the comic, in a relationship, which is based on their relationship, where Liz is ambiguously queer and Zoey is pansexual.
  37. ^ The original series ran from December 2018 to October 2020 and was promoted by Webtoon in October 2020
  38. ^ Comic is made by Layla E. who is part of Girls On Film lab
  39. ^ See episode 4, 5, 6, and 7
  40. ^ See issues 7, 8, 9, and 10.
  41. ^ Her full name is given in "EXTRA 1 - Character Sheets #"
  42. ^ See, for instance, page 18, page 21, page 39, and page 61, among others
  43. ^ Also see episodes 29 and 34
  44. ^ See episodes 7, 16, 18, 22, 25, 26, [1]
  45. ^ As indicated in episodes 33, 36, and 37.
  46. ^ See issues 5, 6, and 7 about Yuna's date with Ryoko.
  47. ^ See issues 10, 11, and 12 which talk about them living together.
  48. ^ See issues 3, 5, 12, and 23 for example

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