The Pride Archives

Dark Horse Comics Full Solicits April 2021 - New Cyberpunk 2077 #1
The Dark Horse Comics April 2021 solicitations are up, including the launch of the new Beasts of Burden: Occupied Territory, series, the launch of Mike Mignola and Christopher Golden's Cojacaru the Skinner #1 and a new Cyberpunk 2077: You Have My Word series – as well as the arrival of Joe Glass's The Pride to Dark[...]
Joe Glass, The First Comic Creator To Get Vaccinated Against COVID?
He's the creator of the comic book The Pride, available on ComiXology Originals and about to be published in print from Dark Horse Comics, but he also has a second life Yes, just like Superman. Credit: Joe Glass Because Glass' day job is in healthcare, working at an opticians, and thus was eligible for early vaccination alongside[...]
Joe Glass Speaks on "The Pride" Coming to Dark Horse
Writer/creator Joe Glass, a former Bleeding Cool contributor, is bringing his long-running series The Pride to Dark Horse, where it will be re-released in a 456-page omnibus in June 2021 The series follows FabMan, who is on a mission to assemble an all LGBTQ+ team of superheroes called the Pride This group forms to fight not[...]
Pride Vs Youth
So how do they compare? The Pride Vs Youth – Two Queer Superhero Comics From ComiXology Originals Art from ComiXology. Youth is a story of disaffected underclass Thieves, drug users and dealers, violent thugs, muggers, arsonists and car thieves And that's just the first two guys we meet, stuck in dead-end lives The story sees this couple[...]
Thomas Cook Collapse Strands The Pride Creator Joe Glass Before New York Comic Con
and Germany left stranded when the company ceased operations over the weekend. https://twitter.com/ThomasCookUK/status/1175953082238275585 Amongst the travelers stuck in a foreign country with no flight home is Joe Glass, writer of the hit ComiXology Original The Pride Glass was vacationing in Greece when the news broke, leaving him to wait for the U.K[...]
the pride sina grace
The Pride Adventures #5 has launched on Kickstarter, the latest from writer/creator and former Bleeding Cool contributor Joe Glass, and the first collection of new stories with The Pride characters since The Pride and The Pride Adventures were collected in Hardcover back in 2016 The issue features a story by guest-writer Sina Grace, of Iceman fame[...]
MCM London Comic Con – The View From The Comic Village
I've now been exhibiting my comics, The Pride, for approaching eight years, and have been exhibiting at MCM shows for the last two and half years, the last weekend being my fifth time at the London show – so while I feel I can speak with some authority based on my years of graft, it's[...]
The Pride Releases a Call for Artists
Art by Jamal Campbell As anyone who reads my articles here at Bleeding Cool is probably aware, I am also a comic creator, writing LGBTQ superhero team series, The Pride The Pride recently enjoyed a massively successful Kickstarter to fund a collection of the first volume of stories, and the first issue was one of ComiXology[...]
The Pride
But with a bit of a difference: this year, I will be exhibiting my comic, The Pride, at New York Comic Con, in full, for the first time! Now, that is not to say that in my time reporting for Bleeding Cool over the past few years I haven't been using that time to bring The[...]
The Pride Ends At Thought Bubble Next Week
My first comics, I've struggled, enjoyed and learned so much while making them. All of that is coming to an end with the upcoming Thought Bubble Comics Festival next weekend. The Pride, my sort of first comic series (sort of because I also co-write on another called Stiffs which started at the same time), and one that[...]
Equality For All In All Walks Of Life – Catching Up On The Pride So Far
By Olly MacNamee Having successfully Kickstarted this dream project and with the first four issues of a planned 6 issue initial run under his belt, writer and BC contributor Joe Glass can look back over his shoulder and be proud (pun intended) of what he has already achieved with his mini-series, The Pride. This series is a[...]
Tales From The Four Colour Closet: Pushing #ComicsForward
And it's the latter in particular that made the Push #ComicsForward initiative really strike a chord with me. That comic is The Pride A comic series about a team of LGBTQ superheroes The mission statement of the comic has always been about increasing and improving representation in the medium, whilst also telling a fun, bright, absolutely[...]
Tales From The Four-Color Closet: Thoughtbubble On LGBTQ
An informal comic book group style event, readers new and old looking for titles with LGBTQ themes and content and wanting to share their love of the medium and characters can enjoy cake and coffee and each others' company. I'm loving that this event is not just a straightforward panel, but more of a social event[...]
Comics for Your Indie Cred: The Pride #3 On ComiXology Today
Junior New York Correspondent Liz Hey writes: Let's start by just addressing facts: The Pride is the comic you know you should already be reading You've been thinking this ever since reading Bleeding Cool's past reviews when Issues #1 and #2 came out It's the kind of progressive style smothered in just-kitschy-enough humor that you'd[...]