Why Marvel's latest incarnation of an ever-popular villain isn't necessarily a victory for queer representation.
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If you haven't been reading Marvel's FF, no better time to start.
In a 1952 sci-fi comic, it was a woman's world - temporarily.
Nasty boys, let me see your nasty body move.
My favorite Young Avengers interview yet.
I loved this interview & the book's off to a great start.
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":
The "poor little rich boy" can't get enough of them.
A "Christian" look at the new Amazing Spider-Man, and the unholy love between Peter Parker and Clark Kent.
Sega's obscure Resident Evil clone got pretty damn faaaaaabulous.
This is hillarious -- Someone start a petition to bring back Dubois!
I know we're supposed to demand more realistic portrayals of homosexuality, but I can't help but laugh and cheer for DuBois.
I loved Dubois! He is legendary! I'm with Patrick! Let's bring back our Dubois! He is one my favourite characters of all time! Camp, over the top and hilarious! I was CONVINCED he was in love with the main lead John Mayor! If you look at some of the scenes in disk 2 such as I HURT MAH LEG! and "You're a real man"! XD If only they got together! Hehehe! Twas not meant to be!
"He is both camp and butch; repressed and sexualized; erotically fetishistic and homoerotically anti-feminine."
This is a really great article that both makes the points that Grant M tried to make (but being thoughtful with language) and examines it.