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TV: Tyler DiChiara on Trans Representation in Gotham Knights

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Trans actor Tyler DiChiara, who plays Cullen Row in Batman spinoff Gotham Knights, has opened up about the experience of creating a fully realised trans character. Gotham Knights centres on various ‘disciples’ of the Caped Crusader, many of whom are framed for his murder. The series cast multiple queer and trans actors in these roles – one of whom is Tyler DiChiara. Based on the DC comic series of the same name, the events of Gotham Knights takes place after the death of Bruce Wayne, aka Batman. Without the Dark Knight roaming in the shadows, Gotham’s seedy underbelly takes over, … Read more

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

HBO Max (NSFW): Harley Quinn Rocks Poison Ivy’s World in New Valentine’s Special

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After Harley Quinn gives Poison Ivy a particularly mind-blowing orgasm for Valentine’s Day, the inhabitants of Gotham are set to well and truly have their bat-caves explored (sorry). Adult animated series Harley Quinn follows the warped psychiatrist’s misadventures after a breakup with the Joker – and has thus far given fans the best depiction of the iconic Harley Quinn/ Poison Ivy romance shown in various comic book arcs. The Very Problematic Valentine’s Day Special leads on from the conclusion of series three in which Ivy goes haywire and nearly destroys Gotham with killer plants, following the pair’s first major fight … Read more

Comics: Superman Accepts His Bi Son

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Superman’s son has finally come out to his father as bisexual in an emotional edition of the comic – and of course, he accepts him. The heartfelt moment fans everywhere had been waiting for finally happened in issue 17 of Superman: Son of Kal-El in what was an incredibly well-written back-and-forth between Superman and his son, Jon Kent. Editor’s Note: I bought my first comic book in the late seventies – Action Comics #500. Superman was my idol – strong and handsome and good. To finally see him (even if it’s his super son) coming out as Bi… it makes … Read more

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

TV: Gotham Knights Casts Young LGBTQ+ Heroes

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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

TV: “Legends of Tomorrow” Features First Ace Superhero

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DC Comics’ bustling television universe, known by fans as the Arrowverse, introduced its first asexual superhero on the latest episode of The CW’s “Legends of Tomorrow.” In the episode, Spooner, a member of the time-traveling superhero squad, came out as asexual after having a rare quiet moment with fellow hero Zari. Spooner, portrayed by Lisseth Chavez, reveals that she isn’t attracted to men or women, hinting that her lack of sexual attraction could be the product of “mushroom aliens.” But Zari reassured her that asexuality is a real thing and is completely normal, addressing common misconceptions about asexuality head-on. Chavez … Read more

COMICS: “Bi Superman” Comicbook Writer’s Genius Response to Homophobic Trolls

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DC Comics writer Tom Taylor has revealed the way he has chosen to deal with the hateful homophobes who continue to send abusive messages over his bisexual Superman storyline. A small number of trolls have been targeting Taylor over the bisexual Superman storyline and the writer revealed the genius way he has been responding to them. Taking to Twitter, Taylor said he had been getting death threats and shared a screenshot of one of the horrific messages. He added: “Miroslav from Facebook, like so many before you, I made a donation to @minus18youth in our name [rainbow flag emoji]”. Taylor also … Read more

TV: Bi Superman Unlikely in Superman and Lois Series, Actor Says

Jordan Elsass

Superman and Lois actor Jordan Elsass has addressed whether or not Jonathan Kent is bisexual in the CW series. DC Comics announced Jon Kent, the son of OG Superman Clark Kent and Lois Lane, will be bisexual in the upcoming comic Superman: Son of Kal-El #5. The comic book series features Jon protecting Earth as the new Man of Steel while his dad is fighting evil off-planet. In the upcoming November comic, Jon eventually becomes physically and mentally burnt out from the burden of being Superman when pink-haired reporter Jay Nakamura steps in to take care of the hero. The … Read more

HOLLYWOOD: Tanner Buchanan Would Love to Play a Bisexual Robin

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Netflix star Tanner Buchanan is interested in playing Robin in the upcoming Batman films, and he’s said he’d love to play a bisexual Boy Wonder. Buchanan, who has starred in Cobra Kai and He’s All That, has repeatedly shared his aspirations to play Batman’s vigilante partner opposite Robert Pattinson in DC’s upcoming reboots. The 22-year-old actor opened up about his superhero dreams on Variety’s Just for Variety podcast, adding he wouldn’t mind honouring the character’s newly revealed LGBT+ identity. “If I have the opportunity to represent something like that, that’s incredible,” Buchanan said. “If they’re willing to write it, then … Read more