Five of the Best LGBT Graphic Novels of 2013

The best LGBT graphic novels of 2013 explore human-android love, the range of bisexual experiences, the lives of nonhetero trans men, and more.

BY Jacob Anderson-Minshall

December 27 2013 5:09 AM ET

Honorable mention: Blue Is the Warmest Color, Julie March (Arsenal Pulp Press) Although not essentially new this year, 2013 did see the first English translation of the French graphic novel that inspired the acclaimed independent film. Blue Is the Warmest Color is a lesbian love story that demonstrates the long-term psychological damage of familial homophobia and ostracization on both individuals and couples.

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