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"If my little comic can bring some small measure of comfort and pleasure to those who’ve felt marginalized by their faith because of their sexuality then I’ve hit a touchdown.
“We look at this as being one shading of who he is,” Alonso told MTV News. “I think, personally, that it is going to deepen
Still, Iceman's declaration breaks fresh ground in that the character was one of the original "X-Men" created by Stan Lee
Jon Macy began his comics career with the series Tropo and Nefarismo, both part of the black-and-white alternative comics boom of the 1990s. Now his most recent work was created as an act of protest against California's Proposition 8.
Check out the video above and then go pick up Esposito's album and follow her on Twitter. For upcoming tour dates, head here
The history of gay comic is important because it's the history of the gay movement. These people were documenting our lives before it was legal to do so. And gay erotic comics creators were showing us as we really are, what we desired and what we idealized.
Esposito's album "SAME SEX SYMBOL" will be out Oct. 7. Preorders are available now here. "Yes, I look gay. I also am gay
The entire Marvel universe is now available in digital format through the Marvel Comics App and the Marvel Comics Unlimited
Considering this gradual shift in comic character representation and the trajectory of debate surrounding Batman as a gay
On this week's episode of Gwissues, we learn that outside major metropolitan cities, gay comics have a huge following, all yearning for a good laugh. I spend time with several of the most successful and funny gays in America, including Erin Foley, Dave Rubin and Alec Mapa.
In September, Bleeding Cool hinted that Hercules is bisexual and had a romantic relationship with James "Logan" Howlett, or
Via Bleeding Cool: Batwoman might be getting married! ComicBookResources.com also confirmed the proposal. After emerging
There are a lot of funny gay guys -- self-loathing can really help form a sense of humor -- but we don't have a variety of gay men as comedy role models.
Now, Riverdale's gay son gets to meet his hero, George Takei, who makes a special appearance in issue No. 6 of Archie Comics
Liza Bernski and I dated on and off for almost five years. She would always ask me if I was gay and I would always tell her I wasn't. I just couldn't tell her the truth -- probably because I hadn't told the truth to myself.
Out magazine reports that the new character, Billy, will be introduced in Season 9. Drew Greenberg, who collaborated with
We are not the mainstream. That's a truth understood by anyone who identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered or