Updated on 16 October, 2021
Over the past several years, the comic book world has once again become a hub for interest in lesbian comic books. After the cancellation of several titles over the past few years, more publishers are now publishing these titles. It used to be that lesbian comic books were a dime a dozen - that is, very few were produced and there was no market for them. Today, though, more publishers are creating high quality lesbian comic books that anyone can enjoy.
One of the most popular recent comic book series is New Moon. Following the recent success of DC Comics' Batwoman and Batman, New Moon features the new superhero known as Moon. This super hero has been brought to life in a stylish and provocative comic book series that has the readers talking. It's about a gay couple living in New York City and their relationship, which is both political and romantic.
After the cancellation of several titles that featured gay superheroes, DC Comics decided to launch New Moon, which was a huge step forward in how the comic book world responds to issues of sexual orientation and identity. The writers for this series took a lot of care to include lesbian superheroes, as well as bi and polyamory characters. It's refreshing to see a comic book series that features lesbian superheroes being so well written and drawn.
Another popular comic book series that features a lesbian relationship is Love Actually. Love Actually revolves around the relationship between a gay teenager named Alison Bechdel and her best friend, another young woman named Ruth. They have a love story that isn't just romantic; it's tender and funny at the same time. While the writer's name is already widely known, you probably didn't know that former Star Trek guest staromasci Alppard had a role in the series as well.
If you're looking for a summer camp comic with a lot of romance, then Summer Camp Love could be your answer. This comic offers up an entire generation of girls at a summer camp for a few days. When the all but extinct "Laguna Beach" is closed down, a group of girls from all over California get together in order to rekindle their love of the past. It takes the form of a mystery story as the girls dig deep into the past to figure out who wrote their love letter and why.
Justine Timberlake's newest comic is called Sweet Sweetbackies, and it's sure to be one of the most popular stories of the year. This one hundred nights will cover everything a teenager needs to know about dealing with coming of age, falling in and out of love, going to high school and even getting married. While it's not one hundred nights with a gay hookup, it is still one of the best comics for a teenager to read that deals with queerness in a realistic way.
Kateep Stott's latest strip is called Rorschach and it's sure to be one of the most talked about strips this summer. A former pupil of the famous photographer manipulating people's lives, Rorschach draws his comic based on real events. It follows the life of a young woman who moves away from her family and experiences everything that goes along with growing up in a small town. It's a fantastic slice-of-life comic that deals with all kinds of different aspects of a young adult's life.
Finally, there's the super sweet and erotic comic book series Sweet Savage. Created by super illustrator N.G. Barr, Sweet Savage follows the exploits of Natalia Beckham, a young woman who becomes a celebrity because of her modeling prowess and her relationship with super stud Brad Pitt. In this series, Natalia makes a name for herself as a playful vixen while at the same time getting into trouble with the authorities as she goes through the motions of finding stardom with every good guy that comes along. She also engages in lesbian romances with another female character, giving fans a look at what life would be like for a queering teenage girl in the entertainment industry.