What occurs when one mixes web comics, gender queer identities, a full LGBT spectrum, and many other not-as-often looked at persons in gaming? Why yes, you get Riot Nrrd. What, more precisely, is Riot Nrrd? As the creator's about page states:
This is a webcomic is about being a nerd. Unlike many other comics and webcomics about being a nerd, this is a webcomic about being LGBT nerds, female nerds, nerds of color, disabled nerds, and other kinds of nerds that don't get as much love. This is a webcomic about being a nerd who's constantly facing down sexism, racism, homophobia, classism, ableism, fatphobia, and other phobias and -isms from their nerdery of choice. This webcomic was made by a frustrated nerd about frustrated nerds making comics.
The above panel is from a strip about attending a Drag Ball, and Wren, one of the main protagonists (arguably the main protagonist), is not really into it--preferring her Smash Bros. to dance functions. The core cast is comprised of Wren, a rather androgynous-looking video game loving nerd; Maria, a black trans woman who likes comics and blogging; and Sam, a fantasy loving femme. They are all Whedon-ites, freshly entered into college, and navigating the waters of such while working on their own comic.