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||No further pages, issues, or volumes are anticipated.
||Further pages, issues, or volumes are anticipated.
||The work is collected in multiple volumes.
||The work is collected in a single volume.
|available in print
||The work has been collected in a print format.
||The work is legally available to read online, in full and at no cost.
|black and white
||Scenes and objects are rendered either in shades of gray or black and white.
||Saturated colors evoke a light tone.
||Characterized by simplified forms, rounded shapes, and flat colors.
||Desaturated colors evoke an oppressive atmosphere.
||Scenes, characters, and / or objects are rendered in more than one color at a time.
||Features stylization and proportions typical of Japanese, Chinese, and / or Korean sequential art.
||Either composed of replicating the effect of multiple media. Includes collage.
||Characters and scenes are either rendered in paint or presented in a style that is visually similar to painted images.
||Proportions of characters and objects attempt visual parity with real-world references.
||Linework has not been smoothed or “cleaned”. Hatching and / or cross-hatching may be used to suggest light and shade
||Proportions are exaggerated or otherwise distorted. Simplified characters or objects can also be considered stylized.
||A character that identifies in a way that is distinct from or beyond their assigned-at-birth sex. An umbrella term for gender terms listed below.
||A character that does not identify exclusively with one gender.
|nonbinary or genderqueer
||A character whose experience with gender cannot be adequately described by the label “male” or “female”. Our tag includes characters that identify as agender, bigender, or other variations.
||A character that identifies as female but was not assigned female at birth.
||A character that identifies as male but was not assigned male at birth.
|aromantic or asexual
||A character that either does not experience sexual or romantic feelings, or does so only situationally. Our tag includes demiromantic, demisexual, gray aromantic, and gray asexual characters, as well as characters who are aromantic or asexual and some other identity (e.g., homoromantic asexual).
|queer female *
||A female character that experiences sexual and / or romantic attraction to women.
|bisexual or pansexual female
||A female character that experiences sexual and / or romantic attraction to more than one gender.
||A female character that predominantly experiences sexual and / or romantic attraction to women.
|queer male *
||A male character that experiences sexual and / or romantic attraction to men.
|bisexual or pansexual male
||A male character that experiences sexual and / or romantic attraction to more than one gender.
||A male character that predominantly experiences sexual and / or romantic attraction to men.
* Note that the use of “queer” exclusively to refer to same gender attraction in these tags is not meant to imply that LGBTQ individuals who do not experience same gender attraction are not “queer”; it is thusly applied for simplicity’s sake until we find a more appropriate term that will be understood by our users.
||The expression, through words or actions, of negative attitudes or feelings towards individuals who experience or express bisexuality.
||A parent, guardian, or other caregiver acts or fails to act in such a way that it results in serious physical and / or emotional harm, or sexual abuse and / or exploitation of a child.
||Behaviors which physically or emotionally harm, manipulate, and / or intimidate are present in the home or familial environment, or between partners in an intimate relationship. Our tag includes domestic violence, intimate partner violence, and relationship abuse.
||An individual experiences persistent eating behaviors which negatively impact health, emotions, and ability to function.
||Blood, viscera, and / or other indications of bodily harm are depicted.
||The expression, through words or actions, of negative attitudes or feelings towards individuals who experience or express same-sex attraction.
||The human body is presented unclothed, with features such as buttocks, breasts and / or genitalia visible.
||The expression, through words or actions, 0f negative attitudes or feelings towards individuals or groups based on racial, national, or cultural origin.
||Deliberate, non-suicidal actions in which an individual harms their own body, often as a means of coping with mental or emotional agitation.
||Sexual contact or behavior that occurs without the explicit consent of the recipient.
||Sexual acts are shown or described.
||An individual makes plans and / or takes action to end their own life. We have not tagged for passive suicide ideation (a desire to die without plan or action).
||The expression, through words or actions, of negative attitudes or feelings towards nonconforming gender presentation and / or identity.
||Behavior involving physical force which results in injury or death.