QueerComix on the Web

Queer Comic Strips and Cartoon Panels

These links are to the web sites and archives of queer-themed comic strips and single panel cartoons.

Are there queer comics strips or panels missing from this page?  Please let me know.
(Last update: July 18, 2001, but it was just to remove a bad item, nothing more)



Queer Comic Strips

Adam & Andy

Adam & Andy

jasaljr@fcmail.com

Web site

 

The Adventures of EnnieMoe

The Adventures of EnnieMoe

Terri Bechthold

Web site

Strip about a gay couple. Featuring EnnieMoe and his eternally sleeping husband, Gary.

Buster Wylde, Weerwolf

Buster Wilde, Weerwolf

Scot Zellman

Web site

 

Chelsea Boys

Chelsea Boys

Glen Hanson and Allan Neuwirth

Washington Blade archive

He’s here.  He’s weer.  He’s shedding on the dance floor. Humor strip.

The Chosen Family

Chosen Family

Noreen Stevens

Washington Blade archive

 

A Couple of Guys

A Couple of Guys

Dave Brosseau

Web site
Additional strips at Q Syndicate

Lesbian strip featuring bald bull dyke Weed and boyish lesbian Kenneth-Marie. The adventures of actor Eric and cop Joey and the colorful characters who inhabit their lives.

Curbside

Curbside

Robert Kirby

Comicazee archive

 

Dykes on Dykes

Dykes on Dykes

Katrin Kremmler

Web site

Following the lives of several queer boys living in, and getting by in, New York City. The first interactive lesbian Cartoon on the Web!

Dykes To Watch Out For

Dykes To Watch Out For

Alison Bechdel

Comicazee archive
Washington Blade archive

 

881 Midtown Court

881 Midtown Court

Chris Companik

Web site

Part soap-opera and part documentary, the strip lovingly chronicles the intimate affairs and global concerns of its characters with unerring authenticity and wit. The continuing adventures of Craig and Kevin and all their friends and foes who make their way through Atlanta’s most fictional condo.

HIV+ Me

HIV+ Me

Chris Companik

Web site

 

Honestly Ethel

Honestly Ethel

John D. Anderson

Comicazee archive
Washington Blade archive

An illustrated (okay, it’s a comic-strip) guide to living with HIV and AIDS.  These strips originally appeared in Atlanta AIDS Survival Project’s Survival Project News.   Telling the story of the relationship between David and Georgie, a gay couple in their twenties who have been together for several years.

The Italian Cousin

The Italian Cousin

S----- P-----

Dyke’s World archive

 

Jane's World

Jane’s World

Paige Braddock

PB9 archive
Washington Blade archive
CyberDyke’s Cartoon Corner

A 14-page comic book story from Sardinian cartoonist
S----- P----- (name zapped by request).
  Paige’s comic observations of her friends, her dogs, her surroundings and pretty much anything else that comes within visual range of her sketchbook.  (Formerly known as “See Jane”.)

Kyle's Bed & Breakfast

Kyle’s Bed & Breakfast

Greg Fox

Web site

 

Lady Blue

Lady Blue

Bob Callahan, Hal Robins, andSpain Rodriguez

Dark Hotel web site

North America’s favorite comic strip about a gay bed & breakfast.  (Actually, North America’s only comic strip about a gay bed & breakfast!)   A story of gay life in pre-war Germany.  (Part of the “Dark Hotel” series from Salon Magazine.)

Leonard & Larry

Leonard & Larry

Tim Barela

Go to Frontiers Newsmagazine, click San Francisco Edition, click CONTENTS, scroll to bottom of page, click leonard & larry.  (Strip’s URL changes each issue.)

 

The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green

The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green

Eric Orner

Web site
Washington Blade archive

The lives of Leonard Goldman and Larry Evans, a gay couple in a sometimes decidedly too-straight world.  Their day-to-day struggles and triumphs with family and friends, their loves, and their losses.   Welcome to the mostly unfabulous social life of Ethan Green, where dates are scarce, cats are cynical, and ex-boyfriends only get better looking.

Murphy's Manor

Murphy’s Manor

Kurt Erichsen

Web site

 

Out House

Out House

Tiger Byrd

Comicazee archive

Murphy’s Manor is the trés gay boarding house in Oh-So-Chic Black Swamp Ohio.  This strip features the story of Weekend Revolutionaries taking Gay Liberation into their own hands.   Everyone else knew that Tad was gay except the poor schlub himself.  He continues to freak out at every new gay experience that comes his way.

Out There

Out There

Elizabeth Davis

Gay Place archive
Gay Toons Syndicate page

 

Queer Nation

Queer Nation

Chris Cooper and John Dennis

Web site

It was only after much urging that Elizabeth Davis put her pen to paper and recorded her day to day life that she found her true calling, and “Out There” was born.   Gays, zapped by the lambda rays in the fairy dust from the Q Comet’s tail, are developing incredible superpowers... and all but one of the world’s lesbians mysteriously disappeared over night!

The Trial of Butchy Barb

Sister Grim

Catherine Doherty

Comicazee archive

 

Spike Punk Dyke Comix

Spike Punk Dyke Comix

Michele Lloyd

Web site

Includes “The Trial of Butchy Barb.”   The adventures of Spike Punk Dyke.

Victor Vancouver

Victor Vancouver

Shane Borley

Web site

 

Wingin' It: An Angel's Story

Wingin’ It: An Angel’s Story

Greg Fox

Web site

Strip from Vancouver, BC.   The comic strip about an angel named Steve who’s trying to figure out what it means to be an angel in this whacky world we live in.

 

 

Queer Single-Panel Cartoons

Doodles

Doodles

X-Bear

Web page

Gaytoons

Gaytoons

IGNUDI (John)

Web page

Bear-oriented cartoons from England, by X-Bear. Chronicles the observations and commentaries of “Buckminster Duck,”a gay duck on the path of self-discovery.  While transcending gay stereotypes, he exposes the vulnerabilities of gay life and life itself!

such is LIFE!

such is LIFE!

Earl Storm

Web site

 

Triangle Woman

Triangle Woman

Chris214

Web site

Chronicles the observations and commentaries of “Buckminster Duck,”a gay duck on the path of self-discovery.  While transcending gay stereotypes, he exposes the vulnerabilities of gay life and life itself! Words of wisdom from Triangle Woman.

 

 

Mainstream Strips with Recurring Queer Content

Doonesbury

Doonesbury

Garry Trudeau

Web site

 

Fool's Paradise
Fool's Paradise

Fool’s Paradise

Andy Hartzell

Vegas Sun archive

Includes recurring gay couple Mark Slackmeyer and Chase Talbott, plus occasional topical subject matter which hits national levels.  Also featured Andy Lippincott, who died of AIDS on May 24, 1990. Cast includes gay characters Walter Ego (All-American Sissy) and Bogie, plus occasional other gay content.

For Better or for Worse

For Better or for Worse

Lynn Johnston

United Features Syndicate archive
“Lawrence Come Out” strips
Article on the subject
Another article on the subject

 

Rhymes with Orange

Rhymes with Orange

Hilary B. Price

King Features archive

Cast includes gay character Lawrence. Off-the-wall humor, including occasional bits of queer content.


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