One straight girl, one gay world

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Straight In, is a fresh new, hand drawn, LGBT comic book, set in Toronto and entirely produced in Canada. The storyline revolves around a Straight Girl, recently arrived from the UK, who finds herself settling in to the Big City. Shortly after her arrival, Nina befriends a plethora of off-beat personalities and is thrown head-first into the wild antics, and experiences, of the LGBT community.

Straight In will touch on important issues both cultural and societal, cleverly woven throughout humorous overtones and delivered alongside cheeky one-liners. Straight In provides the perfect opportunity to reach and connect with an LGBT audience, and their allies.

Creators
D'Jesse Larsen
Nina Conaty
Writer
Brian Russel
Illustrators
Jeff McLaughlin
Nigel Maughan
Letterer
Heidi Davies
Latest issue
April 1, 2018

Meet Your Cast of Characters

Nina

She is the center of attention.

Troy

He’s just here for a good time, not a long time.

Samantha

She likes to go by Sam and hides behind a tough exterior.

Max

He doesn’t understand what all the fuss is about.

Kelly

He dropped by for a cup of sugar and never left.

Jess

Not your typical Business Man.

Chris

He keeps your drinking glass filled with fun.

Danesh

Danesh knows how to pick his fights.

Davina

The girl you don’t want to start a conversation with at a party.

Tyler

He went looking for Max and couldn’t find his way home.

Reader Reviews

The Good: I really enjoyed the witty banter and innuendos the characters made throughout the three issues I read.
I liked Agent Undisclothed in particular in terms of storyline and writing; the semi-cheesy but heartfelt and entertaining dialogue paired with well-rendered action scenes made for a great quick read. LGBTQA comic heroes remain in short supply, and so it was very refreshing to read about a queer hero.
For Straight In, I found the pacing and organization of having Nina ‘discover’ . . .

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