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Review: MIDNIGHTER #5

Review: MIDNIGHTER #5

MIDNIGHTER #5 Written by Steve Orlando Art by Stephen Mooney, Romulo Fajardo, Jr., and Jeromy Cox Published by DC Comics Release Date: October 7, 2015 Midnighter and Grayson are narrowing in on the source of Russia’s hybrid, black science creatures, but it’s going to take more than a few fisticuffs to fight off bear men,

#TenTweetsThursday with @thesteveorlando

Happy Thursday, comic readers, and welcome to another edition of Ten Tweets! This week we’ve got Virgil and Midnighter writer Steve Orlando (@thesteveorlando) in the hot seat! Virgil hit stores yesterday (check out an interview about the book here and Steve’s appearance on THE HANGOUT here) and Midnighter has been tearing it up since it was

HOT FIVE: Week Of September 2, 2015

Welcome to Comicosity’s Hot Five. Hot Five is a short list of the top books we think you’ll want to be checking out. Be they new title launches, key issues or just continuing stories from some of the industry’s most acclaimed books, this list is your guaranteed gold in the comic market! DAREDEVIL #18 Written

Luck of the Stylish: 13 DCYou Books You Should Be Reading

Diversity is definitely a hot topic among comic fans online, and it’s one that Comicosity has embraced fully and as part of its core mission. We pride ourselves on being a place for readers — and writers — of all types to come together and enjoy comics just a little bit more. So, it never

Review: MIDNIGHTER #3

MIDNIGHTER #3 Written by Steve Orlando Art by ACO, Hugo Petrus, and Romulo Fajardo, Jr. Published by DC Comics Release Date: August 5, 2015 Midnighter just keeps getting better and better. The creative team so clearly care about what they are crafting and the heart they are putting into the work is practically tangible. Issue

We’re Here and We’re Queer: 35 Indie Titles Doing Right by LGBTA Fans

It’s been a very challenging week for LGBT comic fans. Without any visible LGBT leads for their All-New All-Different relaunch in the fall, Marvel Comics has given its queer fans a lot to think about. This concern crescendoed with the stone cold declaration that a character who had been identified as bisexual by previous writer

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