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Read Between the Lines: Rated You for Everyone – The DC YOU Change No One Noticed

Read Between the Lines: Rated You for Everyone – The DC YOU Change No One Noticed

With this month’s launch of DC YOU, DC Comics marks the end of the New 52 branding (though not its continuity) with a mix of jump-on points and 21 new #1s. One of the recurring criticisms of the New 52 launch was the lack of diversity, both in creators and in content. While others are speaking to


MIDNIGHTER #1 Written by Steve Orlando Art by ACO, Hugo Petrus, and Romulo Fajardo, Jr. Published by DC Comics Release Date: June 3, 2015 The Midnighter is a fighter, first and foremost. Not really a hero, sometimes a defender, occasionally a lover (va va voom), but always a fighter. And with his computer brain that

HOT FIVE: Week of June 3, 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! AMAZING SPIDER-MAN: RENEW

THE HANGOUT featuring Steve Orlando: May 5, 2015

Steve Orlando return to The Hangout to talk about his newest book: Midnighter. He gets a chance to talk about representation, creative modes of violence writing and bacon. Plus, the 8 page preview story of Midnighter found in Convergence: Nightwing/Oracle. Follow Steve: @thesteveorlando Follow The Hangout: @TheComicHangout Follow Jessica: @charmingred Follow Karen: @karend_ Follow Alison:

DC Comics Rolls Out 8 Page Preview Stories for June Relaunch

Beginning with the May issues of the CONVERGENCE miniseries, DC Comics is including 8-page “sneak peeks” at the new and continuing titles arriving this June. This isn’t excerpted content, but all new, standalone stories that give a glimpse of what fans can expect after CONVERGENCE. Not only will these previews be included in issue #2

Crisis of Epic Proportion: I Got a Bisexual Iron Man

Something’s happening these days in comics. Can you feel it? There’s a real shift in the way audiences react — and how comic creators and companies react to audiences — to the idea of representation. It’s not enough to be able to project our stories onto Superman or Batman and be satisfied that they represent