Celebrate Bent-Con With 7 Great LGBTQ Graphic Novels

Mood-setting graphic novels for Bent Con — the queer pop culture convention that celebrates LGBT comics, graphic novels, cartooning, animation, gaming, and sci-fi/fantasy/horror books and films.

BY Jacob Anderson-Minshall

November 09 2013 7:04 AM ET

Not My Bag, Sina Grace (Imagine Comics)

An autobiographical tale of a young gay artist’s decent into the “hell” of department store sales, Not My Bag also examines gay archetypes, the ways people can be haunted by past relationships, the hidden shame of a Persian heritage, the perils of selling one’s soul for car insurance, and the seductive, addictive, and almost compulsive nature of fashion consumerism.

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