Fearless Defenders may be nearing its conclusion but it won't be soon forgotten by fans.
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The mainstream view of the Beatles is about to get a lot gayer with the upcoming release of the graphic novel The Fifth Beatle.
Geeks OUT and the Times Out (of the New York Times) are teaming up to create a panel at New York Comic Con that you won't want to miss. Join us as we talk with creators from all over the industry about the state of queer characters in comic books.
Superman: The Unauthorized Biography author Glen Weldon chats about being a comic book fan and representation in the four-color medium.
In a 1952 sci-fi comic, it was a woman's world - temporarily.
Hawkguy kicks Hurricane Sandy's ass, Doc Ock gets busy, and Robin makes me go "Awwwww..."
Probably the funniest thing I've ever read.
Comics creator David Rondinelli is as independent as the heroine he's invented
In this early-1930s Mickey Mouse comic, our hero seeks out a "tough bird" by the name of "Mr. Nipp", only to discover - to his disgust - his swishy, lisping "baker's boy":
Amber Hard Femme helps out those of those that were not at Bent-Con 2012 with a run-down of the event and some tantalizing photos. Be sure to book your tickets for 2013!