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And Now Iceman is Confirmed Canceled Too

Iceman writer Sina Grace confirmed on Twitter tonight that Iceman has been canceled with March's Iceman #11 Grace's post comes after speculation about the book's future due to the finality of its solicit, as well as the confirmed cancellation of Hawkeye, Generation X, and Gwenpool, as well as the suspected cancellation of America, Luke Cage,[...]

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Iceman #8 Review: The X-Men Book with the Most Heart Continues

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Iceman #8 from Marvel Comics by Sina Grace, Robert Gill, Rachelle Rosenberg, and Joe Sabino continues the look at the adult Iceman's exploration of his new world as an out and proud gay man with a look at something every gay man (and in honesty, everyone) has had: an awkward family dinner.[caption id="attachment_758156" align="aligncenter"[...]

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Iceman #7 Review: An Exciting New Start For The Frosty Mutant

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Iceman #7 from Marvel Comics by Sina Grace, Robert Gill, Rachelle Rosenberg and VC's Joe Sabino picks up right where the previous issue left off, with Iceman and the former Champions facing down some make-shift Sentinels that a far more dangerous than your average special effect.[caption id="attachment_741892" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Iceman #7 cover by Kevin[...]

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Iceman #5 Review: Came For The Juggernaut, Stayed For The Emotional Intensity

What Sina Grace accomplishes here cannot be overstated; this is a brilliant damn comic.The confrontation between Bobby Drake and his parents has an intensity that is more threatening than the return of the Unstoppable Juggernaut himself.It’s all so palpable; so real The dialogue between Bobby and his mother and father sounds like a thousand such[...]

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Iceman #5 Review: The Icebreaker Becomes A Heartbreaker

But hopefully, they can get past it and come to acceptance, where they will find happiness and a peace that might not seem possible right now[caption id="attachment_710784" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Iceman #5 artwork by Alessandro Vitti and Rachelle Rosenberg[/caption]Sina Grace delves into this complex issue expertly He's writing it without taking sides, but shows the warts[...]

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Flame Con Is One Big Party, And It Is Absolutely Incredible

And everyone there was eager to check out brand new stuff, as well as meet the big names.In fact, that was an awesome part of the show too: the big names like Steve Orlando, Sina Grace, Amy Reeder, and James Tynion IV weren't separated off to their own row or corner, or a different room[...]

When The 'Love Is Love' Panel At Flame Con 2017 Took A Turn…(VIDEO)

Moderated by Andreyko and with a panel listing that included Tee Franklin (Bingo Love, Nailbiter), Sina Grace (Iceman, The Li’l Depressed Boy), James Tynion IV (The Woods, Detective Comics), Phil Jimenez (Astonishing X-Men, Wonder Woman), Steve Orlando (Midnighter, Justice League of America) and Jennie Wood (Flutter series).While the beginning of the panel served as a[...]

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Iceman #3 Review: Now The Show Really Gets Started

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Iceman #3 by Sina Grace, Alessandro Vitti and Rachelle Rosenberg is really the cornerstone issue for the series thus far.This issue follows the night that Bobby Drake goes home to visit the parents, ostensibly to come out to them as a newly minted gay man, Instead, Bobby finds himself facing the same kind of[...]

It Gets Geekier And The Importance Of LGBTQ Representation

Hosted by Bryan Pittard of Flame On! Podcast with a panel including Sina Grace, Kris Anka, Mariko Tamaki, Megan Townsend of GLAAD and Marc Andreyko.Yehl introduced Pittard to host the panel, and after introductions starts the conversation with Yehl about coming out in the media Yehl discussed living in a conservative family and working in[...]


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Iceman #2 Review – Classic X-Men Melodrama

Given that a lot of gay slang derives or is itself copying African American slang, having a white character use this term in this way comes across as problematic in the extreme.The thing is, though, given the rest of Sina Grace's work, I think this is all completely unintended Just as the creators behind Batgirl[...]

Up-And-Coming LGBTQ Creators To Watch This Pride Month

Here are my LGBTQ creators to watch!We start with the writer of Marvel's Iceman, Sina Grace:[caption id="attachment_668101" align="aligncenter" width="400"] Sina Grace[/caption]Los Angeles' Sina Grace is not new to comics He's been working as artist on Shaun Steven Struble's cult hit, The L'il Depressed Boy, as well as co-writing and arting Image Comics' Burn the Orphanage[...]

Nothing Lasts Forever Review – A Powerful And Hopeful Insight To A Life

[rwp-review-recap id="0"][caption id="attachment_665775" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Nothing Lasts Forever by Sina Grace[/caption]Nothing Lasts Forever by Sina Grace is a powerful, poignant look into the life of the artist.Told through a series of rough sketches, doodles and more, it really gives the idea of the thoughts and ideas of the creator translating onto the page as they[...]


Stay Cool! Marvel Shares An Iceman Preview

[caption id="attachment_650896" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Cover by Kevin Wada[/caption]We've been promised a brand new, first-time ongoing for Iceman as part of Marvel's ResurrXion plans since the very start, and we are now edging ever closer to Sina Grace and Alessandro Vitti's new series hitting the shelves One featuring a gay male protagonist, no less.So far, most[...]

Love Is Love Is A Triumph At Making 2016 That Little Bit Easier

A worthwhile way.There are some strong emotional pieces in there: the entries from Kaare Andrews, Steve Foxe, Sina Grace, and Marc Guggenheim, Brent Peebles, Chris Sotomayor and John Rashell are particularly tear-inducing And it's wonderful to see work from out and proud LGBTQ+ creators like James Tynion IV, Justin Hall and Phil Jimenez standing alongside[...]

Ice, Ice, Baby! Reaction to the Iceman Reveal

Between writer Sina Grace and cover artist Kevin Wada, both openly gay creators, and with Alessandro Vitti on art duties as well, we are seeing an extra level of legitimacy added to the book that is, at this time maybe more than ever, absolutely important.Now, let me say this: I am not one of those[...]

Where The Kids Look Like Kids – The All New X-Men Annual #1, Reviewed

the Terrigen Mists being lethal to mutants, in slightly different tacks: one tackles it head on and makes it a major part of the plot, the other touches on it loosely.The latter, which is the first story in the issue, is written by Sina Grace, with art by Cory Smith, and colors by Andres Mossa[...]

Sarah Jessica Parker Makes A Cameo In Sina Grace's Self-Obsessed

Yesterday brought the premiere of Sina Grace’s web-series Self- Obsessed on his Youtube channel The first episode in a five-part series started off with a pivotal moment as Sina gets an unpleasant letter from his publisher.When I sat down to watch it, I certainly wasn’t expecting a “cameo” or should I say reference to Sex[...]

From Graphic Novel To Web-Series: Sina Grace's Self-Obsessed

Sina Grace’s graphic novel Self-Obsessed is being turned into a web series, and it’s happening soon! Releasing on Grace’s Youtube channel, the series, also entitled Self-Obsessed with be broken into five parts. The graphic novel memoir about life, love and (the lack of) work in Los Angeles, was an expressive read and based on the trailer,[...]