Marvel Comics is extending an offer to Hornet users to read the latest Iceman issue, Iceman #3 for free
From queer Comic-Con events to tatted muscle hunks with puppies, it’s been another thirsty week.
That, finally, seems to be changing, as an exec has revealed that two Marvel LGBTQ characters will soon be coming to the big screen in the near future.
If you were depressed by its sudden cancellation last year, you can look forward to the Iceman comics return this September — and his gay writer is back too
Of the 10 comic book titles nominated for “Outstanding Comic Book” by GLAAD today, the three Marvel comic books have already been canceled
Sina Grace, the writer and artist on Marvel’s ‘Iceman’ sits down and talks about how making comics caused him to find himself
After just 11 issues, the frosty gay X-man’s standalone comic book is going away, but is homophobia to blame? The writer reveals the reason behind its cancellation
We’ve come a long way since Northstar came out as the first openly gay superhero in the pages of Marvel’s ‘Alpha Flight’
You have to admire the new campaign to get #LGBTSuperheroes on the silver screen, even if it does have some flaws.
Fellow fanboys and fangirls will criticize you or the characters you’ve come to love. But never fear, we’re here to help you muddle through the flame wars.
The X-Men’s Iceman — Mr. Drake if you’re nasty — comes out as gay in this week’s All-New X-Men #40.