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Avengers #684 Review: The Hulk Returns to a Complete Mess

Avengers #684 Review: The Hulk Returns to a Complete Mess

We learn the true origins of Voyager, and then the Hulk tracks down remaining members of the Lethal Legion and then the Avengers Auxiliary HQ from which Toni Ho, General Maverick, and Enigma are working.I believe I’ve said this in a review before, but I am wholeheartedly against this weekly Avengers: No Surrender thing that[...]

Marvel Legacy U.S.Avengers #11 Review: Cannonball Meets Archie

Marvel Legacy U.S.Avengers #11 Review: Cannonball Meets Archie

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Cannonball has disappeared, and the U.S.Avengers have ridden out into space to find him. The weird thing is, Sam Guthrie has awoken in a place that very much resembles a middle-American town frozen in time from the 1950s called Glenbrook. Its leader is a so-called teenager named Richie Redwood. He also has friends […]

Tales from the Four Color Closet: A Rising Tide

Tales from the Four Color Closet: A Rising Tide?

Hello again! Been a while since I did a Tales from the Four Color Closet piece, looking at the state of LGBTQ+ representation in comics and related media. I've been a little busy with more general reporting for the site, working on my own books, and looking for new artists. But I was drawn to […]

Cleaning Up DC Comics LGBT History With The Advocate

Cleaning Up DC Comics' LGBT History With The Advocate

[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OUP_9BB6zWo[/youtube]The Advocate's Jase Peeples presented a special episode of DC All Access on YouTube, looking at the history of LGBT characters in DC Comics as part of Pride month, but makes a number of curious omissions.While it looks at what may have been clumsier efforts to portray such characters and issues in the past, he[...]

Unsung Masterpieces &#8211 Enigma With Peter Milligan Duncan Fegredo And Art Young

Unsung Masterpieces – Enigma With Peter Milligan, Duncan Fegredo, And Art Young

Introducing a new Comics Column, Unsung Masterpieces, in its first installment: Milligan & Fegredo’s EnigmaBy David DissanayakeWarren Ellis once wrote that, “American comics are hugely eager to put the future behind them Last week’s books are done and dusted, no matter what.  Got to clear the shelves, got to clear space for this week’s books,[...]

So What Was The First Mainstream Gay Kiss In Comics Anyway

So What Was The First Mainstream Gay Kiss In Comics Anyway?

it doesn't predate The Enigma, by Peter Milligan and Duncan Fegredo.Originally created for Disney's Touchstone Comics, but picked up by DC Comics when that publishing plan went pear shaped, The Enigma is a surreal superhero comic book published by DC that not only featured a gay kiss..... but that came over an issue after we'd[...]