It Gets Bitter – August 2017

August 14, 2017 in inQueery

It Gets Bitter is a comic strip by our own Leslie Ewing – check out this new monthly feature on InQueery!

Queer Comic Review: Tripping Over You

November 26, 2014 in inQueery

Tripping Over You is a witty and sincere glimpse into the start of a new relationship that explores what happens after the excitement of that first confession.

Queer Comic Review: Capitol Hillbillies

October 8, 2014 in inQueery

Capitol Hillbillies is a comic that feels a lot like hanging out with your friends … if your friends had Beyoncé as a guardian angel and romantic history with a unicorn.

Queer Comic Review: Gunnerkrigg Court

August 27, 2014 in inQueery

Gunnerkrigg Court is a beautiful fantasy webcomic that explores the lines between myth and reality, magic and technology, and adventure versus the looming threat of homework. And it’s got some pretty good kisses in it, too.

Queer Comic Review: On Loving Women

April 2, 2014 in inQueery

Depicting something as intimately personal as your earliest thoughts of romance is undoubtedly difficult, and even more so when dealing with the unique experiences of queer women. Nonetheless, On Loving Women manages to skillfully capture the heady feeling of those first few inklings of love.

Queer Comic Review: O Human Star

February 12, 2014 in inQueery

Blue Delliquanti’s O Human Star gives us an intricate and engaging look at a not-too-distant future where the rapid growth of AI technology leads to the mysterious rebirth of the long dead main character, Alistair Sterling. As the story moves to answer the hows and whys of his re-entry into the world, we learn more and more about Sterling, the people he left behind, and those who came after him.

Queer Comic Review: Orientation Police

January 8, 2014 in inQueery

In this short autobiographical comic, Bill Roundy explores the aspect of his most recent relationships that seems to attract extra scrutiny from a wide variety of busybodies. More importantly, he explores exactly what’s wrong with those snap judgements.

Queer Comic Review: The Less Than Epic Adventures of TJ and Amal

December 11, 2013 in inQueery

E. K. Weaver’s the Less Than Epic Adventures of TJ and Amal provides a beautiful and heartfelt look at a roadtrip romance. Read on to find out why two guys quoting Back to the Future at each other is more important than you might think.

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