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Queer Visibility: Joey Stern Talks State of Industry and FLAME CON

Queer Visibility: Joey Stern Talks State of Industry and FLAME CON

Joey Stern knows a thing or two about queer visibility in comics. As chief spokesperson for Geeks OUT, an LGBT-focused organization focused on highlighting queer visibility both in comics and in fandom, Joey works with other volunteers to rally, empower, and promote the queer geek community. And one of the biggest ways they do that


Interview: Sterling Gates Closes Out ADVENTURES OF SUPERGIRL

Rarely has a television property managed to swing a creator so ingrained in its protagonist’s history that you can’t possibly imagine anyone better for the job. But with Sterling Gates, longtime writer of Supergirl’s adventures in the DC Universe, taking on the Adventures of Supergirl from the CW… well, there’s a bit of magic there.


Representation And Health 101: An Interview with Team Kamikaze

It’s a brand spanking new edition of the Representation and Health 101 column! As with the past few weeks, today we’re changing things up. Instead of a character, we are going to discuss a series that addresses representation. What better way to discuss representation in a comic than speaking with its creators! Kamikaze is a webcomic-turned-print


Interview: Mark Russell and Steve Pugh Meet THE FLINTSTONES

For the fourth and final new title in its relaunch of classic Hanna Barbera characters, DC Comics has gone back — all the waaaaay back — to the prehistoric, to dig up The Flintstones, the quintessential modern (stone age) family. And determined to bring them back to life are writer Mark Russell (Prez) and artist


Interview: Dan Parent Returns to KEVIN KELLER

Archie Comics has progressively been relauching its entire main line, first pushing out new versions of their hallmark titles, Archie and Jughead; then announcing new ongoings for Betty and Veronica and Josie and the Pussycats. Now it’s Kevin Keller’s turn with the launch of digital-first title Life with Kevin. Writer Dan Parent swings by to


Interview: James Tynion IV Rebirths DETECTIVE COMICS

We’ve already seen the debut issue of Detective Comics post-Rebirth, returning the long-running series to its original numbering, and been blown away. With Batman and Batwoman headlining as co-leads, writer James Tynion IV has not only taken on the book from which DC Comics gets its name, but has returned one its most popular characters