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DC Comics Reveals Pride Collection 2023 Covers

The DC Book of Pride

DC Comics has unveiled its special edition covers to mark Pride Month 2023. This year will see the release of a 104-page DC Pride special with four different covers created by LGBTQ+ designers. The annual anthology will feature all-new stories spotlighting LGBTQ+ fan favorites, and is being released on May 30. The special edition will feature stories based on new trans and non-binary superhero, Circuit Breaker, as well as Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy and Crush and Tim Drake and Connor Hawke. Full Story from Pink News

Movies: First Look – Lady Gaga as Harley Quinn in Joker 2

Lady Gaga as Harley Quinn in Joker 2

Joker director Todd Phillips has delivered the best Valentine’s Day present with a first look of Oscar-winning pop diva Lady Gaga in the sequel Joker: Folie à Deux. The photo of Gaga staring maniacally at Joaquin Phoenix in clown makeup gives fans a first proper look at the pop singer who is reportedly playing beloved queer DC character Harley Quinn opposite the Academy Award-nominated actor as the Joker. The musical sequel to Todd Phillips’ hit 2019 DC film will be the latest big screen role for Gaga following star turns in A Star Is Born, House of Gucci and American … Read more

Comics: New Joker Comic Includes MPreg

Pregnant Joker

The Joker wakes up nine months pregnant in a new DC comic book story and fans are here for it. In a short story at the end of the latest Joker: The Man Who Stopped Laughing, the Joker has a confrontation with magical being Zatanna – and his decision to flirt massively backfires. Zatanna casts a backwards curse on him: “On eno esle lliw reve evah ruoy ybab!” (“No one else will ever have your baby!”). This results in the Joker waking up pregnant. Full Story from Pink News

Film: Batgirl Movie Shelved, Along With DC Film’s First Trans Character

Batgirl Film

DC Films has unexpectedly cancelled its Batgirl film, despite it having already been filmed. The film – which was to introduce DC Films’ first transgender character, played by Ivory Aquino – was due to be released on HBO Max. But it was confirmed on Tuesday (2 August) that the film won’t see the light of day. According to The New York Post, which broke the story, early test screenings didn’t bode well for the film, with a source saying: “They think an unspeakable Batgirl is going to be irredeemable.” Full Story from Pink News

TV: Batwoman Fans Urge HBO Max to Save Series

Javicia Leslie

Batwoman fans are urging HBO to save the queer superhero series after news broke that it won’t be returning for a new season. The second and third series of the show followed former convict Ryan Wilder (Javicia Leslie) as she takes on the mantle of Batwoman to protect Gotham City. Leslie became the first-ever Black Batwoman when she took on the role from Ruby Rose back in 2020. While the CW show was a fan-favourite, Batwoman showrunner and writer Caroline Dries revealed on Twitter Saturday (29 April) that the show wouldn’t be returning for a fourth season. Full Story from … Read more

COMICS: Green Arrow’s Son Connor Hawke Comes Out as Ace

Connor Hawke ACE

Green Arrow’s son Connor Hawke will come out publicly as asexual in a new comic that is part of the highly-anticipated DC Pride 2022 series. DC Comics will publish a new edition of its popular anthology series DC Pride on 31 May, just in time for Pride Month. The series will feature some of DC’s most notable queer characters and will debut the comic book giant’s newest LGBT+ hero – Connor Hawke. Hawke is the son of Oliver Queen – the original Green Arrow – and eventually takes over the mantle from his father, becoming the second Green Arrow. The … Read more

COMIC BOOKS: 2022 Pride Covers Revealed

Marvel DC 2022 Pride Covers

Marvel and DC Comics have revealed their special edition covers for Pride Month 2022. The comic book juggernauts will release new Pride anthologies alongside variants of classic covers featuring beloved characters. Marvel’s Voices: Pride will be released on 15 June and features a lineup of LGBT+ writers and artists. The special edition will give fans the chance to explore and celebrate the LGBT+ community through stories set in the main Marvel Universe. This includes new heroes alongside D-Man, Hercules, Moondragon and more, with Alyssa Wong, Danny Lore and Christopher Cantwell among the creatives behind the issue. Full Story from Pink … Read more

TV: Gotham Knights Casts Young LGBTQ+ Heroes

Gotham Knights comic

Two LGBT+ superheroes have been officially been cast for the upcoming Batman spin-off series, Gotham Knights. Tyler DiChiara and Fallon Smythe will play siblings in The CW pilot, Variety reported, with a view to becoming series regulars. Based on the DC comic series of the same name, Gotham Knights takes place after the death of Bruce Wayne, aka Batman. Wayne’s son goes on to create an alliance with the children of Batman’s enemies, who have been framed for his murder. Full Story from Pink News

COMIC BOOKS: DC’s On a Roll With Another LGBTQ+ Character


An iconic DC superhero has come out as queer and revealed that she is in a relationship with another woman. Vixen, a model and animal-rights activist slash superhero, has come out in a recent issue of Harley Quinn: The Eat. Bang! Kill. Tour. The comic book series – created by Tee Franklin, Matt Sarin and Marissa Louise – is a spin-off of the Harley Quinn animated series on HBO. Vixen, who can channel the strengths and attributes of the entire animal kingdom, was first revealed to be part of the LGBT+ community back in the fourth issue of the comic … Read more

TV: DC’s Peacemaker Reveals Bi Character


Peacemaker has revealed that one of the HBO Max series’ characters is bisexual, welcoming the first on-screen queer man to the DC Extended Universe (DCEU). Needless to say, there are spoilers for Peacemaker episode seven below. In the show’s seventh episode, titled “Stop Dragon My Heart Around”, Peacemaker, aka Christopher Smith (John Cena), faces off against his father, who is a white supremacist villain named the White Dragon (Robert Patrick). During the fight, White Dragon, aka August Smith, gains the upper hand over Peacemaker and beats up Peacemaker while surrounded by a group of his evil cohorts. As he stands … Read more