Cyclops is still dead.
By Amanda Steele One of the many diversity-focused panels held at New York Comic Con this year was New York TimesOUT presents LGBTQ in Pop Culture hosted by the New York Times. The panel included a wide range of LGBTQ creators and activists. They were: Dan Deevy (Gaaays in Spaace), Jackie Cox (NYC Drag Queen), Frederick F. Allen (social activist/ comedian /writer), […]
In its fourth year, Flame Con continues to be a haven for diverse voices among indie creators, artists and the fans that love them.
Flame Con, billed as “the world’s largest queer comic con,” marks its fourth year with a move to Times Square.
Marvel is bringing back Generation X, Iceman gets his own title, US Avengers is previewed and Marvel and Funko team up for mischief in this news roundup.
All good, gay things must come to an end. In order to celebrate the closing episode of the show, based on the critically acclaimed graphic novel he self-published with Image Comics, the Comics Beat recently spoke with Sina and the series director, Daniel Freedman.
Here’s a little something you should be on the lookout for among this Wednesday’s new comics releases: Sina Grace, the artist on Image’s cult hit series, Lil’ Depressed Boy who recently finished up a lengthy stint as the Editorial Director at Robert Kirkman’s Skybound Imprint, is releasing his first original graphic novel, Not My Bag, […]