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What's Trending: Love is Love

ArtCrumbs Featured Comics • Feb 17, 2022

Welcome back everyone to another What's Trending! Earlier this week we featured some hits from our Romance genre. This time, we'll be looking into comics that feature characters and stories of the LGBTQA+ communities. Love is Love, and identities of all sorts are valid.

I, Artcrumbs, am myself Aro/Non-Binary, and I want to be sure we give a voice to these comics that often get neglected throughout the comics community at large. As a Creator here and a Community Staff member, I thank the team here for ensuring that those of us in the community and our works don't get left out. I'm proud to be part of this team!

Without further delay, please give these creators and their comics a read!

1. Living Heroes, 30 pages - Published by Steph Williams, (cc/ @swilliams)

Living Heroes is a fancomic that blends the '90s sitcom Living Single and some of my favorite Marvel characters. Misty Knight, Storm, Monica Rambeau, She-Hulk, Sam Wilson, Wyatt Wingfoot, and special guests are just trying to get by in a superhero kind of world. You can buy a physical version Living Heroes here:

Story and Art by Steph Williams



2. The Very Gay Adventures, 46 pages - Published by Very Gay Comics, (cc/ @RavenAndLily)

A daily comic that follows the lives of two lovers. Tracy is a tough pirate otter with a soft heart running from a mysterious past. Snickerdoodle is a silly ferret bard who wants to make everyone happy! Each day they have is logged in the upper right. It's a journey of romance, comedy, and growth that we are very proud of! Hope you enjoy it as we do!

Story and Art by Very Gay Comics



3. Rechargeable, 224 pages - Published by Bilvy Jay Lee, (cc/ @bilvyy)

It's the year 2100 in New Portland, Australia. The Immortals are a reckless street gang trying to corner the market on illegal but highly advanced prosthetic technology known as CHIPs.

Story and Art by Bilvy Jay Lee



4. The Unlucky Ones and the Edge of Nowhere, 88 pages - Published by Nicky Rodriguez, (cc/ @nrodriguez)

Lúcio and Sonia are two East Bay college graduates who, after struggling to control destructive powers they’ve suddenly gained, decide to leave their lives behind. After crossing paths in a sleepy diner, they embark on a winding road trip across the western United States with a friendship born out of uncertainty and hope for a new beginning, all the while trying to outrun their mortality.

Story and Art by Nicky Rodriguez



5. Vampire Prince, 270 pages - Published by Animefanka, (cc/ @Animefanka)

Vampire hunter gets cursed by a demon and has to search for a cure with help of the infamous Vampire Prince, while at the same time trying to figure out his feelings towards the vampire.

Story and Art by Animefanka



6. Demon of the Underground, 259 pages - Published by Bob, (cc/ @bob-artist)

Pogo, a big-mouthed young thief from Chicago, falls through a hole in the ground and finds himself in a brutal underground world of warring factions that all want him for different reasons. His only hope for escape is his telekinetic ability—and the help of a stray ferret named Annie. Some panels have been edited for content.

Story and Art by Bob