The final issue of Spider-Men II answers the question of just where Miles Morales will end off, and it may cause a bit of surprise for some readers and fans of the teenage Spider-hero.
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Break your heart with this emotional ballet performance inspired by Steven Universe, and the character Pearl's powerful song, It's Over, Isn't It?
Bleeding Cool's Joe Glass looks at the swathe of cancellations in the Marvel March 2018 solicits and the disturbing commonality between the titles: all had diverse and representational characters and creators involved.
Supergirl #19 will feature a major step-forward in diversity and representation with the introduction of a new non-binary character to the series.
In a new series of young adult historical fiction novels coming in 2019, Asgardian God of Mischief Loki Laufeyson will be pansexual and gender fluid
Review for Bingo Love by Tee Franklin, Jenn St-Onge, Joy San, and Cardinal Rae, coming out from Image next Valentine's Day — perfect for this book of love.
The Exorcist showrunner Jeremy Slater had some choice words for online homophobes decrying the inclusion of a gay kiss in the Fox TV horror series.
Review of Iceman #7 from Marvel Comics by Sina Grace, Robert Gill, Rachelle Rosenberg and VC's Joe Sabino brings the frosty mutant to We-Ho, honey!
For National Coming Out Day, here are 5 superheroes on the comics pages who have come out over the years, using the medium to empower LGBTQ individuals.
The Babadook (a gay icon, remember?) has found love! His boyfriend? None other than the star of horror smash hit 'It', Pennywise the Dancing Clown.
Host of popular drag reality competition RuPaul's Drag Race, RuPaul Charles, won his second consecutive Emmy for Outstanding Reality Show Host.
Review of Iceman #5 from Marvel Comics by Sina Grace, Alessandro Vitti, and Rachelle Rosenberg. A vital and stunning issue; an absolute must-read.
Everyone is saying Thor: Ragnarok will have the Marvel Cinematic Universe's first openly gay character, but frankly, we're dubious.
Joe Glass describes his time exhibiting at Flame Con, the LGBTQ+ comic con held in Brooklyn, now in its third year — a con that proved a ton of fun.
Review of Injection #14 by Warren Ellis, Declan Shalvey and Jordie Bellaire, released through Image Comics. There's a new Doctor in town.