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glory glory hallelujah
Ahn Jaehyeon by Kim Youngjun for Vogue Korea September 2014
im like 100% sure that the entire cast of hq is in love with suga not just karasuno
Cover: (mature) Jakob moves away from home and because of housing shortages ends up sharing an apartment with Daichi. He seems a little strange, only wears hooded shirts and won’t show his face without it. But Jakob still has a really good feeling about it. The same can’t be said for Daichi, who is struggling with the demons of his schooltime bullies yet again come to torture him.
Comments: Just starting on its second chapter, and looking great so far! The art is neat and skilfully laid out, and I love the interactions between the characters.
Psychrometric: (mature) The fate of a civilization lies in the hands of two strangers who are stuck alone on a ship together.
Comments: Beautiful full colour webcomic just starting on its second chapter. A promising plot, an interesting sci fi world, and some truly fantastic butts.
Worlds Apart: (mature) A kind of real life drama fantasy with a tiny bit of romance, a smidgen of humour and a bit of nastiness thrown in.
Comments: A bit further along than the others, but deserving of a larger audience than it currently has. It presents itself, at first, as a cute comic about brothers, but things get surprisingly dark as you keep reading. I’m not quite sure where it’s going yet, but I’m looking forward to finding out.
Breaks: (teen) Everyone wears a mask. What we see of people on the surface is so rarely what’s ticking underneath. And, in Cortland Hunt’s case, what he’s hiding might just be more than Ian Tanner is prepared for. Breaks is the story of two young adults coming to terms with who they were, who they are and who they’ll become.
Comments: Into its second chapter and looking great! It has interesting, well developed characters and beautiful art.
YForce: (mature) A superhero comic set in an alternate future year of 2042. A mix of fantasy, mythology and futuristic tech.
Comments: A webcomic about gay superheroes! It’s onto its second chapter and has amazing art.
Avialae: (mature) A webcomic about a gross bird boy and his nerdy wannabe ornithologist
boyfriendneighbor who helps him out during the painful and bloody process of growing wings.
Comments: Though it’s still in its first chapter, this webcomic has already established a larger audience than any of the others thanks both to its quality and an artist already well known for work on m/m webcomics such as Acid Monday and Impact Theory. A beautiful webcomic with an interesting plot.
For more LGBTQ webcomics, see our master list.