A family comic strip about a boy, his Mastiff best friend, and his two dads.
From: AJ and Magnus
Notes on This Title
AJ and Magnus occasionally covers challenging topics such as gun violence (not depicted on the page) and ethical consumption. Some strips depict homophobia or transphobia, including use of the f slur, and one short storyline addresses child abuse and alcoholism.
About a year into the comic, a trans woman supporting character is introduced. A brief storyline features a heteroromantic asexual female character.
“There is some much attention to detail to the backgrounds and even the facial expressions. And it also helps when it is backed by some every clever and hilarious dialogue. I also enjoy some well placed easter eggs and references that some of their comics seem to have. The webcomic does have a very Calvin and Hobbes vibe going on, especially when it revolves around an imaginative, sarcastic, and trouble-making boy and his talking animal friend that only he seems to understand.” (Source: Prose)
Huffington Post: “AJ & Magnus: A Comic for the Rest of Us”