Image Comics

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Image Comics is an American comic book publisher founded in 1992. Unlike Marvel Comics and DC Comics, Image Comics publishes creator-owned properties, as the creators do not give up the copyright to the characters they create. For much of its history, it has been the third largest comics publisher in the US market.

LGBT Representation

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Image Comics has a lot of LGBT characters across multiple different properties.

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