Queer Visibility articles

Representation and Health 101: Jory from THE BACKSTAGERS

Representation and Health 101: Jory from THE BACKSTAGERS

It’s Representation and Health 101 Time! Last year, I did an entire month of articles about black characters and issues in comics, but there’s no way in hell I have the energy for that again (maybe next year!). However, I wanted to pick someone I thought represented an important part of black liberation and the

Interview: Visaggio and Donovan Are Go with QUANTUM TEENS ARE GO

Black Mask Studio continues to grind out high quality and interesting creator-owned work that challenged their reader’s perceptions — and Quantum Teens are GO is no exception. The second title from writer Magdalene Vissaggio, Quantum Teens follows Nat and Susmesh through the adventure of their lives. We sat down with Visaggio and artist Eryk Donovan

Queer Visibility: Love is NOT Love

It’s been three days since the inauguration of Donald Trump as “President” of the United States, a position he gained through collusion with a foreign power and active suppression of voter communities in multiple states. Three days full of anxiety, excitement, hope, grief, comfort, anger, and every other emotion one can imagine. We’ve seen the

Review: JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA: THE RAY REBIRTH #1

JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA: THE RAY REBIRTH #1 Written by Steve Orlando Art by Stephen Byrne Published by DC Comics Release Date: January 18, 2017 Ray Terrill was kept in a dark room his entire life, told that he was different and it was too dangerous for him to be out in the world. A

Interview: Steve Orlando Assembles the JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA [Part Two]

Earlier this week, we spoke with writer Steve Orlando about building the roster of the new Justice League of America, starting off with Atom and Vixen. Today we’re back to finish up discussion on the new Fab Four with insight from Orlando on The Ray and Killer Frost, both scheduled to debut Rebirth specials in

Interview: BATWOMAN BEGINS Again with Bennett and Tynion

The wait is over. Batwoman is finally returning to her own ongoing series in February. But before she does, writers James Tynion IV and Marguerite Bennett are giving her a launch through a prelude in the character’s other home, Detective Comics with this week’s issue #948. Both Bennett and Tynion sat down with Comicosity to

Another Year of the Queer: DC Comics in 2016

Let’s be frank. I didn’t really think after an explosion of queer characters at DC Comics in 2015 that we’d be back here to do it all over again. DC You seemed designed to highlight marginalized characters in a way Rebirth didn’t when it rolled out in mid-2016. And yet… Even with the reduction of

Representation and Health 101: ICEMAN

The weather outside may be frightful, but this Representation and Health 101 has something for you that’s delightful. That hackneyed phrase aside, today’s topic actually is perfect for this time of year. When many of us are braving the snow and ice, or wishing for it, there’s someone who is master over these forces. He’s

Archie Comics Announces Story in LOVE IS LOVE ANTHOLOGY

Archie Comics announced today its participation in the historic LOVE IS LOVE anthology graphic novel honoring the victims of Orlando’s Pulse Nightclub tragedy with two stories featuring Archie Comics characters designed to show support for the LGBTQ community. Archie Comics Chief Creative Officer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, artist Stephen Byrne, and Archie legend Dan Parent have crafted

Queer Visibility: This is AMERICA

America was until this past generation a white country designed for ourselves and our posterity. It is our creation, it is our inheritance, and it belongs to us. – Richard Spencer, The National Policy Institute Your skin so golden brown. Be young, be dope, be proud. Like an American. – Lana Del Rey A little

Top