I'm not sure about my sexuality or gender yet, so I guess you can consider me queer.
Here's my comic:
Everything is in watercolor. The story has several gay characters (including the main character, and a few villains). It's a story focused on healthy relationships, acceptance of oneself, corruption, and what it means to be human. My comic was going to be a coming-out-story, but all LGBT fiction is like that now a days, so I decided to focus on one of the big taboos in the LGBT community; bad relationships and abuse of power. Several of the villains are gay, but that doesn't make them good people...these villains use sex in order to control other vulnerable people.
Meanwhile, the main character, Jong-ho is trying to accept himself. He becomes a pop artist, but he's so insecure about what other people think of him, that he changes himself in order to mask his sexuality being obvious.
I try to balance the light by showing the good side of the community, and the ugly. Often times, the LGBT is romanticized as a utopia and people try to ignore the bad. Whenever I talk about my story, people are triggered, and not understanding. I feel like we should talk about these issues openly, which is what I try to show in my comic.