No Straight Lines celebrates the radical queer artists who dared to change the face of comics

/ Documentarian Vivian Kleiman’s No Straight Lines puts the spotlight on some of the unsung creators who turned comics into a crucial part of queer history.

While there’s still much progress to be made when it comes to queer comics representation, it isn’t very hard to find lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender characters saving the world, falling in love, or simply existing in graphic novels these days. In fits and starts, mainstream and indie publishers alike have come to embrace queer stories, and the comics space as a whole is more vibrant for it. This hasn’t always been the case, though, and documentarian Vivian Kleiman’s No Straight Lines wants

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