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Is Wonder Woman The Ultimate Queer Character?

Move aside Constantine, Batwoman and the Young Avengers. Wonder Woman is the ultimate queer character in comics. Phil Jimenez should know. He helmed the beloved character’s series as a writer and artist from 2000 – 2003. So, what makes Wonder Woman twirl above the rest? “I use

We’re Here: New York Comic Con 2014

With a dropped jaw and butterflies in the stomach, we walked into New York Comic Con 2014 moments ago. Cosplay, celebrities, cuties, comics and more — we plan to cover it all over the next four days. We’ll post lengthier round-ups here at the blog, but for

Liza Minnelli Is Now A Comic Book Character!

Move over, Young Avengers; there’s now a comic book that is more gay-appealing than anything Hulking or Wiccan have thrown at us lately. And it stars Liza with a Z. Bluewater Productions’ Female Force boasts Liza Minnelli — one of the gay community’s most iconic divas — as

Marvel Entertainment To Receive Honor From L.A. LGBT Center!

Marvel’s superheroes may appear on the pages and screens, but the real superheroes are behind-the-company’s-scenes — and they’ll finally receive their due from the L.A. LGBT Center on November 8. Marvel’s pioneering of LGBT characters and issues in the geekdom has earned it a prestigious 2014 Vangaurd Award

Marvel’s Avengers Get Hello Kitty Makeover

Hello Kitty’s been on the news a lot lately (thanks to this little shocking announcement), but now she’s on … Marvel’s Avengers? Like, literally? Apparently so, thanks to digital artists Dreamstore, Leeeeeeeeeegooooooooolaaaaaaaaas (not a typo!) and Nerdwegian. We’ve seen a lot of superhero makeovers online lately, but we’ve gotta say this is the

If Spider-Man Was Drawn Like The New Super-Sexualized Spider-Woman [NSFW]

Milo Manara’s reimagined Spider-Woman has taken over the Internet (and the laws of anatomy, apparently). As controversy continues to erupt across the media and within Marvel itself, indie comic god The Oatmeal has turned the scandal on its well-defined head. What if Spider-Man were drawn with all

Email, Internet & Satellites Predicted In 1960s Comic Strip

Comics these days don’t predict much more than our bank account balance (if they’re good and we plan to get the next volume or issue). Back in the ’60s, however, they predicted the future (or the now?) with stunning accuracy. The Sunday comic strip Our New Age

Mr. Potato Head Gets Mashed-Up With Marvel Superheroes

Sometimes we’re jealous of Kids These Days (until we remember how cool it was to be a kid in the ’80s). Our jealousy was tested Monday afternoon, however, when Marvel and Hasbro took the wraps off the commercial for the Mr. Potato Head Marvel Mashable toys. Now,

First Look At Paul Rudd In Marvel’s “Ant-Man”

In Stark contrast (pun intended) to Iron Man, Thor and Captain America, the first image of Paul Rudd as Scott Lang (aka Ant-Man) shows the grittier origins of this particular Marvel superhero. And we love it. Lang, a down-on-his luck criminal tasked with lifting cutting-edge technology, will obviously

Will Walking Dead’s Daryl Dixon Come Out As Gay On The AMC Show?

There has been an air of mystery surrounding The Walking Dead‘s popular badass, Daryl Dixon. Though he’s the object d’affection for fangirls and fangays alike, he’s simply been too busy killing zombies to have a romance. That all may soon change according to Walking Dead creator Robert