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ComiXology Pride Month

Celebrate Pride Month With ComiXology

Well, there’s not much Pride Month left for 2017, but ComiXology have the perfect deal to help you celebrate the last few days of LGBTQ+ acceptance, remembrance and excellence with a special Pride sale on various indie LGBTQ books and titles. You have until the end of June to take advantage of this incredible sale, […]

Up-And-Coming LGBTQ Creators To Watch This Pride Month

It’s Pride Month, and we here at Bleeding Cool have covered the discussions, conflicts, and LGBTQ creators and projects that we found inspiring to date. But what of the new and rising LGBTQ voices in comics now? Which creators do we think are going to be making waves in the time to come? Well, here […]

The Babadook Leaves The World Babashook In First Pride Appearances

The Babadook is a gay icon now. Okay, took me a while to understand this one, but now I am fully behind it. Stemming from a hilarious mistake on Netflix’s part, when they wrongly categorised the film as LGBT interest in late 2016, Jennifer Kent‘s The Babadook slowly built as a meme on the likes […]

Kid Flash Comes Out As Bi In Emotional Twitter Post

Keiynan Lonsdale, who stars in The CW’s The Flash as Kid Flash/Wally West, has come out publicly as bisexual in an emotional post on twitter. Lonsdale discusses finding how more young people are being their truest selves and living honestly, and that he himself is sick of pretending of being something he is not. https://twitter.com/KeiynanLonsdale/status/863277435743158272 […]

One Of The Power Rangers Is Gay

Respectfully, we informed you of this at an earlier juncture, if you were one of the readers who found our intensive Power Rangers movie spoiler-post over two weeks ago. Beware clicking that link, as the article does contain massive spoilers for the whole movie, so you have been warned. At any rate, one of the […]

One Of The Most Amazing Moments Of Affirmation At San Diego Comic-Con – Bisexuality And Beyond

By Joe Glass Moderated by Faith Cheltenham, panelists included Steve Orlando, Bob Schreck, Tara Madison Avery, Marissa Lee, RJ Aguiar and Sarah Stumpf. Also last minute addition Michelle Soto. Going through a slideshow covering things like the definitions of bisexuality, pansexuality and fluid queerness. It featured several popular bi/pan/fluid sexuality characters like Torchwood’s Captain Jack […]

Tales From The Four Color Closet: One Week After Orlando

By Joe Glass A week ago saw the worst mass shooting in American history. To date. I’m sad that I feel I need to add that last bit, but frankly, the phrase ‘worst mass shooting in American history’ is becoming all too frequently uttered. It was an act of absolute terror. But it was also […]

Tales From The Four Color Closet: Closeting The Classics

By Joe Glass This week saw Marvel EiC, Axel Alonso, spend another week of his weekly CBR interview, Axel-in-Charge, discussing Marvel and their commitment to diversity. This is something he’s had to do a fair bit recently, as Marvel seems to be making some pretty big missteps in regards to showing that commitment to diversity…one of […]

SDCC ’15: LGBTQ Geek Year in Review

By Joe Glass Hosted again by LGBTQ comics non-profit, Prism Comics, this is the second in the annual Geek Year in Review panels they’ve held at San Diego Comic Con. A fun panel discussing the LGBTQ related geek news that broke into mass media, it was hosted by Prism Comics board member and creator of […]