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It's common to ask for favors from friends, relatives, your family, and your colleagues. It's important to be polite when you are asking for a favor. Use these phrases to politely asking for a favor. Pay special attention to the form of the verb used.

Could / Would you do me a favor? - Use this form to ask in general if someone will do a favor for you as a way to begin the conversation.

Could you please + verb - Use the simple form of the verb (do) to ask for help with specific situation in polite situations.

Could you possibly + verb - Use the simple form of the verb to ask for help with specific situations with being very polite. 

Could I ask / bother / trouble you + infinitive - Use the infinitive form of the verb (to do) to ask for a favor in formal situations.

In conjunction with Prism Comics , the preeminent website for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) comics and creators, every day this month I will be detailing one good comic book/graphic novel with LGBT themes.

I’ve mentioned this in the past (even devoted an entire Snark Blocker to the covers of the book), but Colleen Coover’s erotic comic book, Small Favors, is possibly the cutest porn comic you’ll ever read.

The concept of the book is that Annie is a young woman who masturbates too much. So Nibbil is sent to Annie to be sort of her Jiminy Cricket – a small conscience to keep her from masturbating so much. The only trouble is, Nibbil is hornier than Annie, so she spends most of her time having sex with Annie, and getting Annie involved in various escapades that involve lesbian sex.

Done by a worse writer, this could be the premise of a horrible book, but Coover’s infectiously delightful and cute storytelling makes for a fun comic book that just happens to involve a lot of sex.

Coover’s art style certainly helps matters – she never skimps on the eroticism of the sex, but it is just so darn POSITIVE. Pornography, as a genre, tends to be fairly angry – but not so with Small Favors – this is all about joy.

That’s a truth understood by anyone who identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered or in any other way queer . We are not the audience. We are not the market. We are not the people.

It’s also a truth understood by a lot of people with a passion for comics. We know our love for this medium has traditionally marked us as niche. We are kids with a solitary hobby. We are adults who read picture books. We are customers of stores that other people have never been to. So perhaps it’s not surprising that a lot of LGBT people are proud nerds, and a lot of comic nerds are proudly queer. We already know we’re fringe. Why not embrace it?

As Pride Month draws to a close, ComicsAlliance looks at the intersection of comics and queer identity . We convened an expert panel of cartoonists, writers, editors, journalists and more to vote on the comics and characters that had the most impact on them. With their help we’ve created the Comics Pride list of the 50 most important comics and characters to LGBT readers .A note on methodology: We asked dozens of LGBT people working in or around comics to nominate comics and characters. You can see a list of contributors at the end of this article. The panel gave us an initial list of over 250 nominees, and voted to cut this down to a ranked list of 50.

Several panelists noted that they pursued a career in comics in part because of a shortage of relevant role models in comics and other media. Not all of the comics in this list are explicitly queer-themed, and not all of the characters are LGBT, but they all resonate with an LGBT audience.

50. Rictor and Shatterstar
From X-Factor by Peter David, Marco Santucci and others. Characters created by Louise Simonson and Walt Simonson, and Fabian Nicieza and Rob Liefeld. Published by Marvel.

It's common to ask for favors from friends, relatives, your family, and your colleagues. It's important to be polite when you are asking for a favor. Use these phrases to politely asking for a favor. Pay special attention to the form of the verb used.

Could / Would you do me a favor? - Use this form to ask in general if someone will do a favor for you as a way to begin the conversation.

Could you please + verb - Use the simple form of the verb (do) to ask for help with specific situation in polite situations.

Could you possibly + verb - Use the simple form of the verb to ask for help with specific situations with being very polite. 

Could I ask / bother / trouble you + infinitive - Use the infinitive form of the verb (to do) to ask for a favor in formal situations.

It's common to ask for favors from friends, relatives, your family, and your colleagues. It's important to be polite when you are asking for a favor. Use these phrases to politely asking for a favor. Pay special attention to the form of the verb used.

Could / Would you do me a favor? - Use this form to ask in general if someone will do a favor for you as a way to begin the conversation.

Could you please + verb - Use the simple form of the verb (do) to ask for help with specific situation in polite situations.

Could you possibly + verb - Use the simple form of the verb to ask for help with specific situations with being very polite. 

Could I ask / bother / trouble you + infinitive - Use the infinitive form of the verb (to do) to ask for a favor in formal situations.

In conjunction with Prism Comics , the preeminent website for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) comics and creators, every day this month I will be detailing one good comic book/graphic novel with LGBT themes.

I’ve mentioned this in the past (even devoted an entire Snark Blocker to the covers of the book), but Colleen Coover’s erotic comic book, Small Favors, is possibly the cutest porn comic you’ll ever read.

The concept of the book is that Annie is a young woman who masturbates too much. So Nibbil is sent to Annie to be sort of her Jiminy Cricket – a small conscience to keep her from masturbating so much. The only trouble is, Nibbil is hornier than Annie, so she spends most of her time having sex with Annie, and getting Annie involved in various escapades that involve lesbian sex.

Done by a worse writer, this could be the premise of a horrible book, but Coover’s infectiously delightful and cute storytelling makes for a fun comic book that just happens to involve a lot of sex.

Coover’s art style certainly helps matters – she never skimps on the eroticism of the sex, but it is just so darn POSITIVE. Pornography, as a genre, tends to be fairly angry – but not so with Small Favors – this is all about joy.

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It's common to ask for favors from friends, relatives, your family, and your colleagues. It's important to be polite when you are asking for a favor. Use these phrases to politely asking for a favor. Pay special attention to the form of the verb used.

Could / Would you do me a favor? - Use this form to ask in general if someone will do a favor for you as a way to begin the conversation.

Could you please + verb - Use the simple form of the verb (do) to ask for help with specific situation in polite situations.

Could you possibly + verb - Use the simple form of the verb to ask for help with specific situations with being very polite. 

Could I ask / bother / trouble you + infinitive - Use the infinitive form of the verb (to do) to ask for a favor in formal situations.

It's common to ask for favors from friends, relatives, your family, and your colleagues. It's important to be polite when you are asking for a favor. Use these phrases to politely asking for a favor. Pay special attention to the form of the verb used.

Could / Would you do me a favor? - Use this form to ask in general if someone will do a favor for you as a way to begin the conversation.

Could you please + verb - Use the simple form of the verb (do) to ask for help with specific situation in polite situations.

Could you possibly + verb - Use the simple form of the verb to ask for help with specific situations with being very polite. 

Could I ask / bother / trouble you + infinitive - Use the infinitive form of the verb (to do) to ask for a favor in formal situations.

In conjunction with Prism Comics , the preeminent website for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) comics and creators, every day this month I will be detailing one good comic book/graphic novel with LGBT themes.

I’ve mentioned this in the past (even devoted an entire Snark Blocker to the covers of the book), but Colleen Coover’s erotic comic book, Small Favors, is possibly the cutest porn comic you’ll ever read.

The concept of the book is that Annie is a young woman who masturbates too much. So Nibbil is sent to Annie to be sort of her Jiminy Cricket – a small conscience to keep her from masturbating so much. The only trouble is, Nibbil is hornier than Annie, so she spends most of her time having sex with Annie, and getting Annie involved in various escapades that involve lesbian sex.

Done by a worse writer, this could be the premise of a horrible book, but Coover’s infectiously delightful and cute storytelling makes for a fun comic book that just happens to involve a lot of sex.

Coover’s art style certainly helps matters – she never skimps on the eroticism of the sex, but it is just so darn POSITIVE. Pornography, as a genre, tends to be fairly angry – but not so with Small Favors – this is all about joy.