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Queer Visibility Interview: Tee Franklin Kickstarts BINGO LOVE

Queer Visibility Interview: Tee Franklin Kickstarts BINGO LOVE

There’s an exciting new Kickstarter out there for you to check out! I talked with Tee “Vixen” Franklin, #BlackComicsMonth advocate and rising comic book writer, about her new project Bingo Love! Mexi Gremillion: Tee, what brought you to writing Bingo Love? What inspired you to create this novella? Tee Franklin: I was watching TV and

Queer Visibility Interview: Katie Schenkel Shines the Light on MOONLIGHTERS

Looking for a little magic in your comic pile this week? Space Goat Productions has a number of new series on their way, aimed directly at all-ages audiences, with Moonlighters #1 hitting Comixology today. Rolling out a group of queer and queer-friendly characters in werewolves’ clothing (!), writer Katie Schenkel chatted with Comicosity about how

Queer Visibility 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

Queer Visbility 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

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

Queer Visibility: JUGHEAD, an Ace, and Her Comic

I remember reading Jughead #10 and one page into the issue, tweeting this: It hurts how much I relate to Jughead sometimes. It’s too real #thatacespectrumlife pic.twitter.com/KCwr5KKXPb — 🎃Mexi G @ LACC 🕸 (@thatmexisaurus) October 27, 2016 I have a little open secret. It’s weird for me to say “secret”, because it’s not exactly like

Queer Visibility Interview: Erin Nations Pops Out with GUMBALLS

In the tradition of cartoon anthologies like Eightball and Optic Nerve, this December Top Shelf Productions introduces Gumballs, and new one-man comic anthology from Portland cartoonist Erin Nations. Taking a funny look at a variety of stories, including his own true-life story of gender transition, Nations brings his quirky humor and fascination with humanity to

Bi and Bye: CATWOMAN, WONDER WOMAN, and the Dilemma of Reveal

It was two years ago this week that Selina Kyle, the femme fatale known as Catwoman, got her tenth life as the new mob boss of Gotham City under the pen of writer Genevieve Valentine. It was a stunning status quo shake-up for those who were following Catwoman in her New 52-branded series, and indeed,

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