Posts tagged "Comics"
NYCC2014 GeeksOUT & NYT OUT Presents LGBT in Comics

NYCC2014 GeeksOUT & NYT OUT Presents LGBT in Comics

  Every year, NYCC has a panel to highlight LGBT issues in the comics industry. This year, the discussion ranged from whether or not we’d see more Young Avengers, Wonder Woman being the ultimate queer character to the burgeoning webcomic industry. This year’s panel included prolific comic media and industry writers and artists such as:...
My Little Pony Motion Comic

My Little Pony Motion Comic

All you My Little Pony fans and Bronies out there have got to check this out. IDW and Madefire got together to make motion comics out of the My Litte Pony comic franchise. It has been fantastic to see our properties come to life as Motion Books — with just the right amount of animation...
GN Contest: Dating Gone Nerdy

GN Contest: Dating Gone Nerdy

Hey guys! We’ve got an exciting contest lined up for you today! The theme is “Dating Gone Nerdy”. Basically, photoshop/GIMP/MSpaint/collage your favorite characters into dating/hookup profiles! Is Mario looking for some PnP with shrooms? Captain America looking for a hot GILF?  Let your imagination run wild. We’re looking for the funniest, coolest or most amusing...
Wonder Woman #3-11 Review

Wonder Woman #3-11 Review

Our daring Amazon Princess has been through quit a bit since we last left her: She left home, returned only to find that Hera had taken revenge against the Queen of the Amazons, went to hell, almost got married, and faced the twin gods: Apollo and Artemis for the throne of Heaven. She has been...
Out and Proud: DC’s ‘Bunker’

Out and Proud: DC’s ‘Bunker’

You know what comics need? More gay people. Luckily, with the new (or new-ish) 52 relaunch, fans of the Teen Titans get just that. A brand new gay superhero. In this revised incarnation of the Titans, we get a good dose of diversity to go along with some fan favorites. Yes, we get the old...
Is DC's Daring Do Paying Off? (Yes)

Is DC’s Daring Do Paying Off? (Yes)

. . . for now, anyway. Diamond Comic Distributors recently announced that DC is once again (for the second month in a row) leading in sales. Read their post here.
Wonder Woman #2 Review

Wonder Woman #2 Review

It may be my inner diva, my inner mythology nerd, or a latent heterosexual desire but Wonder Woman is an amazing comic.
Supergirl #2 Review

Supergirl #2 Review

If you haven’t been keeping up with Supergirl, I’ll fill you in. Kara Zor-El crash landed on Earth with no memories of how she got here, no explanation for her powers, and no idea that Krypton has been destroyed. She then fights a bunch of mech-soldiers and runs into Superman, her cousin.
This Week in the New 52 . . . (10-16-2011)

This Week in the New 52 . . . (10-16-2011)

The DC blog has teasers of the latest batch the the New 52 being released this Wednesday, go ahead and read them here! 
This Month in the New 52 . . .

This Month in the New 52 . . .

DC has released a few preview pages for this weeks releases, click here to check them out on DC’s blog.
Top LBGT Comic Book Characters: #10 Satsu

Top LBGT Comic Book Characters: #10 Satsu

Perhaps the best thing about the Buffy “Season 8” comic series was the fact that the story could go places that never would have been allowed on TV. That is what brought us Satsu, one of the most dynamic editions to ever grace the Buffy storyline. Born into a traditional Japanese family, Satsu’s life changed...
The Adventures of Definitely Not Gay Man!

The Adventures of Definitely Not Gay Man!

Courtesy of boing-boing.net
"Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" Graphic Novel by Vertigo

“Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” Graphic Novel by Vertigo

DC’s Vertigo imprint has announced that they will be adapting Stieg Larsson’s 60-million-copy-best-selling Millinium Trilogy into graphic novels. Vertigo is responsible for best sellers such as Sandman, Fables, and V for Vendetta. Co-publisher at DC, Dan DiDio, has stated that the Millinium Trilogy novels, “are a perfect match for the graphic novel format.”
A New Challenger Appears: Books-A-Million Pulling DC Titles from Shelves

A New Challenger Appears: Books-A-Million Pulling DC Titles from Shelves

DC’s exclusive deal to have a number of their graphic novels in digital format exclusively on the Amazon Kindle Fire is continuing to have repercussions.  Books-A-Million, a chain bookstore running 211 stores in 23 states, has also pulled the physical copies of the graphic novels to be digitally released exclusively to Amazon from their shelves....
Justice League: Doom

Justice League: Doom

When I first heard that JLA: Tower of Babel was being made into the first DCAU movie of 2012 I was ecstatic. Then I was worried. Having something dear to you remade into another medium is always a bit risky. I learned that after watching the 2nd and 3rd Narnia movies.
This Month in The New 52 . . .

This Month in The New 52 . . .

Month 2 of DC’s reboot/relaunch is here and with it comes the second issues of 13 titles. Among them are Action Comics, Detective Comics, Stormwatch, and Swamp Thing. While I wait for the second issues of Wonder Woman and Supergirl, let’s take a look at what’s happening in the DCnU this month . . . Superman...
DC vs Barnes & Noble

DC vs Barnes & Noble

Hell hath no furry like a bookstore scorned. And Barnes & Noble was scorned something fierce. According to spokesperson Mary Ellen Keating, “unless we receive all formats of a title to make available to our customers, we will not sell those physical titles in our stores.” So who is having the physical copies of their books...
Scarlet Betch Episode 54

Scarlet Betch Episode 54

Hey Betches! We’re back this week discussing the latest and greatest in gay comic book news: X-men Schism, House of Mystery, Legion of Superheroes (hooray Power Boy and Gravity Kid! DC has its own superhero boyfriends!), Birds of Prey, Alpha Flight (Northstar saves the day!), Batgirl (also known as The Grey Ghost is dead…. wait...