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MIDNIGHTER AND APOLLO #6 Written by Steve Orlando Art by Fernando Blanco, Romulo Fajardo Jr., and John Rauch Published by DC Comics Release Date: March 1, 2017 No one beats the devil at his own game, because in hell, even if you win, you’re lost. Except the devil never met the demon Midnighter and his

GLAAD Announces Media Award Comic Book Nominees

As per the GLAAD website, “The GLAAD Media Awards recognize and honor media for their fair, accurate and inclusive representations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and the issues that affect their lives.” The following are their nominees for Outstanding Comic Book: ALL-NEW X-MEN by Dennis Hopeless, Mark Bagley, Andrew Hennessy, Paco Diaz,

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: Returning

It’s time for a new Representation and Health 101! I took a break from writing for longer than I expected, and sometimes I feel it was longer than I should have. Yet, I also recognized the intense difficulty at getting words out, at being able to express myself in a way I felt was any

Exclusive February 2017 DC Solicitation: MIDNIGHTER AND APOLLO #5

DC Comics has shared the EXCLUSIVE first look with Comicosity for their February 2017 solicitation and cover of Midnighter and Apollo #5, the penultimate issue of the mini-series: MIDNIGHTER AND APOLLO #5 Written by STEVE ORLANDO Art by FERNANDO BLANCO Cover by ACO Midnighter always knew that one day he would have to face the

Queer Visibility Interview: Steve Orlando Reunites MIDNIGHTER AND APOLLO

Here’s a story of a book that everyone loved (and reviewed) and no one ordered. Midnighter was easily one of the crown jewels of DC Comics’ DCYou promotion in 2015, pushing the gay hero to new heights of recognition and critical acclaim. And yet, the Direct Market refused to sit up and take notice. Fortunately