15 LGBTQ+ Comics, Graphic Novels And Manga To Read After Watching "Heartstopper"

    If you've found yourself eager to discover more LGBTQIA+ comics that fill the Heartstopper-sized hole in your heart after binge-watching all eight episodes, this list is for you!

    1. Check Please by Ngozi Ukazu

    2. I Hear The Sunspot by Yuki Fumino

    3. Novae by KaiJu

    4. The Prince And The Dressmaker by Jen Wang

    5. Bloom by Kevin Panetta, illustrated by Savanna Ganucheau

    6. Sasaki And Miyano by Shou Harusono

    7. The Tea Dragon Society by Kay O'Neill

    8. Eighty Days by A.C. Esguerra

    9. The Avant Guards by Carly Usdin, illustrated by Noah Hayes and Rebecca Nalty

    10. Blue Flag by Kaito

    11. My Summer Of You by Nagisa Furuya

    12. Mamo by Sas Milledge

    13. On A Sunbeam by Tillie Walden

    14. A Tropical Fish Yearns For Snow by Makoto Hagino

    15. Cheer Up: Love and Pompoms by Crystal Frasier and illustrated by Val Wise