Ah, well, there's so much to choose from, Tapas has so many series!
Here's one of my favourites, it's a comic, it mainly focuses on the main characters, two men, but one of them is a pansexual, and there is a huge range of diverse characters, in every way possible, not just sexualities and identities.
It's a fantasy story, and it's incredible. It's called Dissent.
I suppose I can mention mine? I have two series at the moment, and they both contain LGBT+ characters and themes.
Adventures Of The Disparate Crew
Out of the main nine, most are LGBT+.
London, England, The Present Day.
In a bustling, multicultural city, amongst the underground, skyscrapers, and culture galore, lives a friendship group that calls itself The Disparate Crew.
They are all teenagers, but that is the only way they can be grouped, as they are all so different to each other.
The members include compassionate Kelly, mischievous Isaac, awkward Ariki, brash Sophie, firey Carlotta, gentle Jaleela, fearful Oliver, and Bailey and Riley, the Irish twins.
London is a wonderfully exciting place, add nine engaging teenagers, some mishaps and adventure, music, fun and laughter, and a pinch of mystery and intrigue...
Well, one thing's for sure. They're in for a big adventure.
Laugh, cry, and join The Disparate Crew as they discover themselves and others, and go on the journey of being a teenager.
A Classical Guitar Dream
A Genderfluid character is quite prominent, and many of the characters are LGBT in some way or another.
Carlotta Zendejas. Teenager, Disparate Crew Member.
But most importantly, she is a guitarist, singer, and amateur musician.
Carlotta teaches herself to play and loves to share music with those around her.
It's January, the beginning of a new year, and the Spring half-term break is coming up.
She has no idea how she is going to spend it until her music teacher at school spreads the news of a music camp.
A week of workshops and learning, followed by a concert to showcase everyone's talents. It's a dream come true.
However, it's very expensive, and Carlotta's parents don't have that sought of money. One of her best friends, Hayden, who wants to go too, hatches a plan with her, with the help of the Disparate Crew.
But, will it work, or will she have to give up this opportunity of a lifetime?
A lot of my reading list has LGBT+ Characters, here's a link if you want.