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Review: MIDNIGHTER Volume 1: OUT

Review: MIDNIGHTER Volume 1: OUT

MIDNIGHTER Volume 1: OUT Written by Steve Orlando Art by ACO, Stephen Mooney, Alec Morgan, Hugo Petrus, and Romulo Fajardo, Jr. Published by DC Comics Release Date: February 17, 2016 It’s impossible for me to write about Midnighter without it feeling personal. Indeed, as one of only two gay male characters to helm a solo,

PC EXPLOSION: 12 Characters Diversifying Bookshelves This Week

It’s unavoidable. You look back at the 1940s, 50s, and 60s in comics, and the super-heroes all… look the same. Sure, costumes vary and powers are different, but all-in-all, most heroes were pretty much universally white, straight, and male, even though the world was as diverse then — in color, gender, and sexuality — as

GLAAD Announces Nominees for Outstanding Comic Book

GLAAD has announced the nominations for Outstanding Comic Book. 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 nominees are: Midnighter, by Steve Orlando, Aco, Hugh Petrus, Alec Morgan, Stephen Mooney DC Comics

HOLY $#*!: Wild Moments In 2015

Some moments are just big. There are pages and panels in comics that just about make you drop the issue or tablet and blurt out “Holy Shit”. In honour of those big, crazy, moments, we’ve created this article highlighting ten events in comics that left us speechless and/or dropping profanities this year. There are HUGE

Year of the Queer: DC Comics in 2015

2015 has been a big year for queer representation in comics. We’ve seen an explosion of LGBT protagonists in the indie market. We’ve seen some amazing firsts pop up for the community at large. We’ve watched as many publishers embraced gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender characters, just as one big name publisher has chosen to

Queer Visibility Interview: Steve Orlando on the Men that Inspire MIDNIGHTER

This week, Midnighter begins its second arc with the big M facing off against his erstwhile boyfriend in disguise, Prometheus, and Comicosity has the EXCLUSIVE preview right here. But before we dive in this Wednesday with the big battle, writer Steve Orlando has opened up his head and spilled out something juicy. Before he put