Comic #5 – Coming Out To A Friend (Cover #1)

(3 customer reviews)

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Tercona and Britney help stop an 80 year old woman named Madge from being robbed. When the fight is over Madge mistakes Tercona & Britney for being a couple. This doesn’t sit well with Britney. As the girls walk home, Britney opens up about her sexuality, her home life and how she doesn’t like being called a ‘side-kick’. She tells Paige that she needs more friends she can talk to because it’s hard for her to open up to just anyone. We soon find out why she shows so much anger, rage and anonymously when she fights.

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Tercona and Britney help stop an 80 year old woman named Madge from being robbed. When the fight is over Madge mistakes Tercona & Britney for being a couple. This doesn’t sit well with Britney. As the girls walk home, Britney opens up about her sexuality, her home life and how she doesn’t like being called a ‘side-kick’. She tells Paige that she needs more friends she can talk to because it’s hard for her to open up to just anyone. We soon find out why she shows so much anger, rage and anonymously when she fights. 

For the month of June (Pride month) you can read Comic #5 FOR FREE – as a web comic. Click the rainbow flag below.

3 reviews for Comic #5 – Coming Out To A Friend (Cover #1)

  1. Emma

    This is my favorite comic in the series. It’s emotional and griping. I feel so bad for Britney at the end. I want to give her a big hug and tell her it’ll be alright.

  2. Brad

    This comic is not part of the Thea story-line but it was great character development for Britney. You really feel for the poor girl. The ending really got to me. I recommend this comic to anyone in the LGBT community.

  3. Vicki

    This comic is kinda like comic #2. It’s not part of the Thea story-line but wow, what an amazing story. We find out so much about Britney. She’s a lesbian and is afraid to come out to just anyone. As a bisexual woman I understand how she feels. That ending made me cry because it hit too close to home for me. 🙁

    Anyone in the LGBT community needs to read this comic!

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