Including the many shows airing on The CW and a few others, here’s a list of every DC superhero show currently gracing the airwaves
Chuck Rozanski and Thomas Haller Buchanan are working on a new Harvey Milk comic book, which will kick off a series of graphic novels about LGBTQ history
Patty Jenkins confirmed that Kristen Wiig will be playing Cheetah, the villain in Wonder Woman 2, alongside Gal Gadot in the highly anticipated sequel.
Shatterstar, the bisexual and polyamorous X-Man, is going to appear in the upcoming Deadpool sequel, possibly giving the pansexual superhero a queer outlet
Let’s take a look back at the early history of black superheroes in American comic books, from the very first in 1947 to the many that debuted in the ’70s
‘Gumballs,’ the First Published Comics Memoir By a Trans Cartoonist, Combines Humor and Autobiography
‘Gumballs’ by Erin Nations is a ‘funny, sincere and just generally brilliant’ memoir about being a triplet and trans man, mixed with gag comics and more
If you’re late to the ‘Black Panther’ party, our handy guide will help you get up to speed on T’Challa, Wakanda and Vibranium
Many were shocked when ‘Logan’ was nominated for a Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar, but what does that mean for the future of comic book films?
This Marvel Comics Artist Sparked Twitter Outrage by Calling Nazis ‘SJWs’ — and Saying The X-Men Aren’t
Jon Malin, the current artist on the X-Men title ‘Cable,’ says that Nazis were ‘Social Justice Warriors,’ unlike the X-Men who literally fight for social justice
There’s a new petition for Geoff Johns to ‘make the Joker gay again’ in the upcoming series ‘Doomsday Clock’
Of the 10 comic book titles nominated for “Outstanding Comic Book” by GLAAD today, the three Marvel comic books have already been canceled
The massive porntube site PornHub just compiled its most searched-for comic book and video game porn searches of 2017, and the results are electrifying
Gay Comics fans unite! There are plenty of gay nerds out there that love their superheroes just as much as the next fan and they’re finally getting their due.
The art of the comic book is taking on a new identity in the 21st Century. A new generation of artists and writers are coming up with their own stories, many of which feature openly gay characters and superheroes. Whether you’re an Archie fan or a die-hard member of the Wonder Woman fan club, there’s a graphic novel out there for you. Just like any other art form, gay comics are always changing as they try to reflect the modern world.
The LGBTQ community has mostly been on the outs of the comic book world, with most superheroes playing it straight on the page. But there’s always been a gay undercurrent in the community. Gay rumors have been circling around society’s favorite superheroes for decades. Just take a look at the unusually close relationship between Batman and Robin. And what’s going on with the Green Lantern and his long-time man crush? With all of the tight spandex, it should be no surprise that some of your favorite superheroes are turning out to be gay.
Today, the world of comic books is spilling over into Hollywood. Nearly every studio is getting in the superhero business, hoping to draw massive international ticket sales. Despite the existence of closeted or openly gay superheroes, it might be a while before we get a gay superhero on the big screen. While this lack of progress can be frustrating, slowly but surely, the comic book industry is trying to extend a hand to the gay community. Ushering in a whole new generation of gay nerds. Take a look at everything gay-themed that’s happening in the comic book world.