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Queer Superheroes

LGBT Superheroes

The topic of queer comics and superheroes is getting a power boost with the first European museum exhibition dedicated to the genre, “Superqueeroes.”

Running through Tuesday at the Schwules Museum in Berlin, the exhibition features depictions of mainstream characters such as the X-Men and Batman families as well as the underground art of queer comics from the fantastic to the everyday lives of LGBTQI people.

Queer comics creator and historian Justin Hall (No Straight Lines: Four Decades of Queer Comics) is one of the many people who have helped curate the groundbreaking exhibition. Hall recently spoke with The Advocate about the importance of celebrating identities through art, the continued importance of queer comics, and the unique power of the medium.

Full Story at The Advocate

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