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Mismatched Graphic Novel is a Queer Retelling of Jane Austen's Emma

Anne Camlin and Isadora Zeferino have just sold the rights to a graphic novel queer modern retelling of Jane Austen's Emma as Mismatched.Camlin is a New York-based writer of fiction and comics including the young adult novel, Young Magic and has had comics and prose work featured by Lucky Juice Press and Sparkler Magazine[...]

The Irony Age Of Comics – Judge Dredd Publishers Oppose Parodies of Judge Badges (UPDATE)

But the most prominent having the legend, QUEER.But not everyone at 2000AD was happy about this Also attending NYCC And tweeting publically...Hi Christopher, we take unauthorised use of our copyrighted characters very seriously Could you please drop us a line at press@2000ad.com as soon as possible? Thanks! — 2000 AD Comics (#NYCC Booth 2244) (@2000AD) 30[...]

Red Hood: Outlaw #37 to Debut a New Non-Binary Superhero, DNA

Red Hood: Outlaw #37 to Debut New Non-Binary Superhero, DNA

And now Rocafort returns to Red Hood just as Jason Todd has accepted an offer from Lex Luthor as part of the Year Of The Villain crossover, to act as a teacher and mentor for up-and-coming super-powered individuals, who all make their debut in this week's Red Hood: Outlaw #37.That includes DNA, who Kenneth describes[...]


ComiXology Pride Month

Celebrate Pride Month With ComiXology

Well, there's not much Pride Month left for 2017, but ComiXology have the perfect deal to help you celebrate the last few days of LGBTQ+ acceptance, remembrance and excellence with a special Pride sale on various indie LGBTQ books and titles.You have until the end of June to take advantage of this incredible sale, which[...]

G I Joe Brings In First Queer Artist For Homoerotic New Variant Cover

And as it's the first time a queer creator has tackled these staunchly heterosexual characters and property, it's nice to see Luce play with it a bit with more than a pinch (or should that be headlock?) of homoeroticism.I mean, that is an olive drab I see in a right pocket there You know the[...]

Outside WonderCon's White Picket Fence: LGBT Takes on Kill Shakespeare, Vision, and Steven Universe

#eliotcaps {font-variant: small-caps;}Emilie Badaboom writes for Bleeding CoolAt at Queering Comics panel, panelists presented scholarly dialogue presenting their reviews of various comic universes stories as they relate to queer theory The panel included commentary on Kill Shakespeare by Karma Waltonen, The Vision by Andrew Barton, and on Steven Universe’s comics and show by Michael Lee[...]

One Of The Power Rangers Is Gay

Again, we will mention it here, so prepare for spoilers.....Trini, the Yellow Ranger, played by Becky G., will be queer, possibly gay or bi (pretty much everyone else is specifically saying gay, but it is not clarified 100% in the film, and Bleeding Cool for one does not like to add to the long-standing problem[...]

Another LGBT Character Coming to the X-Books #ResurrXion

This week is round two for CBR's discussion with X-editors Daniel Ketchum, Mark Paniccia, Christina Harrington, and this time including Chris Robinson and Mark Basso. And straight off the bat we're given this little tidbit from Daniel Ketchum – there will be another LGBT character in the X-titles that has not yet been revealed. On […]

The Evolution Of Views – The Queer Culture Panel At C2E2

Alex Roberts writes for Bleeding Cool from C2E2,You don’t have to look far to find queer characters and influences in the mainstream, but this certainly wasn’t always the case Geeks OUT, a not-for-profit organization focusing on empowering queer people in the “geek” communities, explored this notion in their Queering Culture: Mainstream Influences/Niche Art panel at[...]

Queer, A Graphic History, From Icon Books In November

Baker told The Queerness, I’ve got a book on queer coming out for Icon books in Autumn with illustrator Julia Scheele, followed by a sex advice book for them with sex educator Justin Hancock Then I’ve got another book with Routledge on the psychology of sex, hopefully followed by a second edition of Rewriting the Rules[...]

Bizarre Queer Webcomix At San Diego Comic Con

Louis Falcetti writes;The panel for Bizarre? Queer? Perfect: Taming The Wild Webcomics Frontier, was an inspiring, interesting experience, featuring an assortment of those modern day Emersonian artists, webcomic creators, putting their love and time into the internet void because they have to create and they have to share The moderator, Nina Kester, is one of[...]