Comic book clairvoyant. During the war, she is unable to acquire the drug and reverts to male form, but Element Lad continues to see him as Sean Erin. This Marvel comic is a must-read on general principle, because of its focus on thoughtful and empathic problem-solving, but the recent reveal that Squirrel Girl's crime-fighting ally Koi Boy is a transgender man — handled with a light, graceful touch — propels it onto this list. He also secretly had shape-shifting and love powers. Coagula was also created by the transgendered author Rachel Pollack. Asian Voices. Political cartoonist.
It made me terrified for my future.
Coagula was also created by the transgendered author Rachel Pollack. But there has been some questioning whether that is true or not. While this attitude toward gender and ability to shapeshift make Xavin not really representative of the human transgender experience, the character did explore changing gender in a way that was pretty revolutionary for a comic book character. These are comics that are suitable for a wide range of ages, and come from a wide array of genres, from fantasy to electro-pop to superheroes to slice-of-life so there should be something for everyone.
Thanks for pointing me toward it!