Tagged: gay

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A Squad of His Own

When I saw The Suicide Squad, I really wasn’t too impressed and outside of the scene with John Cena in his underwear, I definitely wasn’t impressed with Peacemaker. The idea of him getting his own series definitely seemed...

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The Second Coming (Out)

One December 3, Netflix released a 6 episode series regarding the coming out process of Colton Underwood. To tell the truth, I didn’t know anything about him prior to watching it. I remember hearing about his coming out...

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Calum Scott – Rising to the Top

A while back, I got introduced to Calum Scott when YouTube decided to list his audition on Britain’s Got Talent. He sang a slower version of Robyn’s Dancing on My Own. It was incredible. One thing to note...

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Marvel Hits the Big Screen with Gods and Goo

I’m not sure what they are doing over at DC, but Marvel has been pumping out the movies. Marvel has had 3 recent movies and 2 more to come before DC puts out their next one in March....

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A Force to Be Reckoned With

Netflix recently released it’s new cartoon, Q-Force. People have called it a gay James Bond. I like to think of it as a gay(er) version of Archer. With a number of LGBTQ+ voice actors on the show, including...

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Bi the Way, Robin Came Out

It’s been all over the news so no spoiler banner this time around. Robin is bisexual (or at least questioning) and it’s DC canon as of Batman: Urban Legends #6. The tile is an anthology of stories around...

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Living up to the Legacy

I remember seeing Jupiter’s Legacy in the comic shop a while back, but I had no idea what it was about. There are so many comics coming out each week that I just stuck to my usual stuff....

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Invincible Jumps from the Page to Prime

I’ll be honest. While I’ve seen the character here and there, I’ve never actually read an issue of Invincible. I mean, it’s kinda hard to miss him with the bright yellow with light blue and black contrast. He...

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DC and Marvel Take Pride in the Gay Community

While COVID-19 may put a kibosh on a lot of Pride events everywhere again this year, we can still look to DC and Marvel to help celebrate Pride. This June, both companies will be publishing anthologies based around...