Gay Comic Book Characters
Your move, Hollywood.
The character was one of the original five members created in 1963.
Still, Iceman's declaration breaks fresh ground in that the character was one of the original "X-Men" created by Stan Lee
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Considering this gradual shift in comic character representation and the trajectory of debate surrounding Batman as a gay
Out magazine reports that the new character, Billy, will be introduced in Season 9. Drew Greenberg, who collaborated with
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For the most part, support for GaymerCon has been strong. After reaching the initial goal so quickly, the organizers continue
Marvel Comics' Astonishing X-Men is set to experience a new sound effect on top of its booms, whams, and snikts: the bong of wedding bells. Specifically, it's the wedding bells of Marvel's first gay marriage between longtime X-Man Northstar and his civilian boyfriend, Kyle.
A young boy experiencing thoughts or feelings that may be completely foreign to how he was raised can find some truth and validation in a comic book. Will it have openly gay characters who don't treat homosexuality as something to be ashamed of or disguised?