Nagata Kabi$13.99 $12.87
Kelly Sue Deconnick$9.99 $9.19
Gengoroh Tagame$24.95 $22.46
Tillie Walden$16.99 $15.63
Meg-John Barker and Julia Scheele$18.95 $17.43
Phil Jimenez$9.99 $9.19
Jen Wang$16.99 $15.63
Tee Franklin$9.99 $9.19
Molly Knox Ostertag$12.99 $11.95
"Whenever I talk about this book I find it hard to move past yelling ""Magic! Gender! Friendship!"" very excitedly, because the book (and its sequels) has all of those things, and is just so lovingly queer in its essence that it's hard to articulate much beyond that." - Read D.
James Tynion IV and Rian Sygh$14.99 $13.79
"The Backstagers perfectly captures the particular kind of convoluted, messy magic that theatre and stage tech have: the backstage is literally a magical labyrinth that exists outside the space-time continuum and includes weird alien creatures. The backstage crew works together like every single quirky theatre family I've ever been a part of." - Read D.
Alison Bechdel$25.00 $22.50
Alison Bechdel$16.99 $15.63
Tillie Walden$21.99 $19.79
Melanie Gillman$30.00 $27.00
E K Weaver$40.00 $36.00
Colleen AF Venable and Ellen T Crenshaw$17.99 $16.55
"Instead of a mother who doesn't care or understand her teenage daughter, what about a mother who listens and grows because of it? Instead of a protagonist who puts herself in a box to get the girl, how about one who learns her own self-worth? Instead of a simple, overused story about a school project gone awry or a fight with a best friend, how about something a little more substantial, a little more original? Kiss Number 8 doesn't even acknowledge the old tropes, and strives for a story that is new, and worthy of the complicated protagonist who must navigate it." -Audrey S.
Katie O'Neill$17.99 $16.55
"The perfect sweet and fluffy book to cheer you up, especially for tea and dragon lovers. Katie O'Neill brings every piece of work she touches a light and airy queerness that's impossible not to fall in love with" - Read D.
Tillie Walden$17.98 $16.54
Suzanne Walker$14.99 $13.79
Noelle Stevenson$14.99 $13.79
Ngozi Ukazu$16.99 $15.63
Sophie Campbell$30.00 $27.00
Mariko Tamaki$12.95 $11.91
Kat Leyh$12.99 $11.95
"This is a graphic novel about a town with a witch, an oddball outcast named Snapdragon, and the friendship she forms with both the aforementioned town witch, and a girl named Lou. Snapdragon is an eager gender non-conforming kid who feels out of place in her town, obsessed with wild animals, magic, and things that go bump in the night, and forms a friendship with the similarly ostracized town “witch.” This book is full of love, animal skeletons, queerness, and cross-generational friendships. It’s also an excellent pick-me-up." - Read D.
Shannon Watters, Noelle Stevenson, et al.$14.99 $13.79
Grace Ellis$9.99 $9.19
Melanie Gillman$10.99 $10.11
Brian K. Vaughan$59.99 $53.99
"The planet of Landfall is at war with its moon, Wreath, and both have dragged the rest of the galaxy into the battles with them. Two soldiers from opposing sides desert their armies as conscientious objectors and fall in love. Their child, Hazel, has the wings of her mother, the horns of her father, and the entire galaxy wants her parents dead. If the worlds knew a being from Landfall and a being from Wreath could fall in love and procreate, that could end the war, and we find that many characters have a stake in keeping the violence going. A simply stunning story, full of the most magical yet ordinary characters. " - Kaleigh O.
Magdalene Visaggio$12.99 $11.95
"Two best friends (in a “mostly-platonic partnership”) Kim D and Kim Q are intergalactic bounty hunters fighting giant sand worms, robot gorillas, space mobsters, transphobia, poverty in the gig economy, and eviction. I loved this totally fun story, and loved the forward at the beginning, where the writer gives a spoiler that “no trans women die, as far as I can tell.” - Kaleigh O.
Alison Bechdel$16.99 $15.63