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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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.
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.
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!
I am NOT in the LGBT community but I really LOVE this comic. It packs the most emotional weight. Britney tells her friend Paige that she’s a lesbian. They’re just friends and she needs a friend to talk to because she doesn’t have any emotional support at home. If you know anyone who is in the LGBT+ community – gay, bi, lesbian, trans…whatever, they need to read this!
I love this comic so much! Before I came out as a lesbian to my parents I was scared. I feared that they wouldn’t accept me for who I am or who I wanted to date. I gave them – THIS COMIC! Everything is this comic is what I experienced in life. I don’t have a crush on my straight friends, I want to be accepted and I felt like I was Britney. Turns out my fears were invalided. My mom hugged me and told me she loved me and it didn’t matter. My dad said, it’s fine. (He’s not as emotional as my mom.) Frank wrote an amazing comic and I have no idea how he tapped into what some LGBT people fear and yet he’s NOT gay. He’s a great writer.
Kim Clark –
Even though this comic has nothing to do with the Thea story it was a great filler. When 2 guys are robbing an old lady, it’s Tercona and Britney to the rescue. Well, mostly Britney. Madge mistakes them for a couple and this doesn’t sit will with Britney. On the walk home Britney tells Paige that she’s gay. Britney doesn’t have a crush on Paige she wants more friends to talk to because her dad is a jerk. When they finally get to Britney’s house her dad is yelling about some gay couple on a TV show. Later Britney is punching bag expressing her frustration about her dad. She burst into tears thinking her dad doesn’t love her. This is how to do a filler comic! If you know anyone in the LGBT community they need to read this comic. YOU need to read this comic to understand what your gay friends are going through. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
Lacy Turner –
This is a LGBT+ comic! It doesn’t continue the Thea Baymont story there is so much character development for Britney Garcia. She’s a lesbian with very few friends to talk to. Her dad is an ass and she thinks her dad doesn’t love her. If Tercona is ever animated I hope they make this comic into an episode! It’s beautiful, touching and it made me cry.
Tara S. –
Last year I bought comics #1 and #2 from Frank at Fantasticon in Toledo. This year I got the rest. (#3 – #6) My kids loved the first 2 comics and were trying to find it at a comic book store to buy the rest but they didn’t have it. I think it was better to buy them from Frank at the con and in person anyway since he sighed the comic for us. This one #5 – my daughter loved! She asked me, ‘if I liked girls, would you treat me like Britney’s dad?” I told her – of course not! Both of my kids loved this comic! My kids LOVE Tercona!