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A place for comics related links, pictures and video Queer Comics and 90s Excess come together Minimum 8 posts a day, often a few moreRun by Michael Mazzacane

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G-d, this place brings it all back, right?
It does. But it’s not as if I’ve forgotten.

Laura Wilson and Inanna Zahid in Dreams Bring for @comickedbook

[id: Laura and Zahid as old people with graying hair. They hug against a pink backdrop, Laura is turned in profile as she speaks against lilac, she touches Zahid’s shoulder as he smiles against pale lavender, Zahid smiles wryly against baby blue, he’s turned to face Laura as she speaks against light blue. end ID]

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Wonder Woman’s twin sister Nubia is coming back to comics in a new story from acclaimed YA author L.L. McKinney and artist Robyn Smith.

McKinney is the author of several acclaimed works including the A Blade So Black trilogy. She is an advocate for equality and inclusion in publishing, and the creator of the hashtag #WhatWoCWritersHear. A self-proclaimed “blerd,” Nubia: Real One marks McKinney’s first work with DC.

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L. L. McKinney and artist Robyn Smith will put a fresh, contemporary twist on Nubia—the twin sister of Wonder Woman—bringing their authentic voices to the character in Nubia: Real One. The original YA graphic novel is an endearing tale filled with heart and wit and follows a teenage Nubia as she learns to embrace her true self in a world filled with racial inequality, school violence, and other timely issues affecting young people today.

McKinney says of the character; “Everyone loves Nubia, we all want to do right by her, by the readers that have been searching for her the same as I have. I hope fans walk away from this story knowing that first and foremost.” Artist Robyn Smith said of her art in the graphic novel; “In Nubia, I wanted to focus my illustrations on creating something both light and emotionally resonant.”


Nubia has always been a little bit…different. As a baby she showcased Amazonian strength by pushing over a tree to rescue her neighbor’s cat. But, despite Nubia’s similar abilities, the world has no problem telling her that she’s no Wonder Woman. And even if she was, they wouldn’t want her. Every time she comes to the rescue, she’s reminded of how people see her: as a threat. Her moms do their best to keep her safe, but Nubia can’t deny the fire within her, even if she’s a little awkward about it sometimes. Even if it means people assume the worst.

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When Nubia’s best friend, Quisha, is threatened by a boy who thinks he owns the town, Nubia will risk it all––her safety, her home, and her crush on that cute kid in English class––to become the hero society tells her she isn’t.

The original graphic novel is available to preorder now and debuts everywhere books are sold on February 2, 2021.

DC Comics releases First Look at Original Graphic Novel ‘Nubia: Real One’ Wonder Woman’s twin sister Nubia is coming back to comics in a new story from acclaimed YA author L.L.
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Four or five moments. I’m sorry? Four or five moments, that’s all it takes. To…? Be a hero. Everyone thinks it’s a full-time job. Wake up a hero. Brush your teeth a hero. Go to work a hero. Not true. Over a lifetime, there are only 4 or 5 moments that really matter. Moments when you’re offered a choice. To make a sacrifice, conquer a flaw, save a friend, spare an enemy. In these moments, everything else falls away. The way the world sees us. (Deadpool, 2016)

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You remember me from Camden?
Oh, no. I remember you from Ragnarock.

Laura Wilson and Inanna in Dreams Bring for @comickedbook

[id: the hug against a pink backdrop, Laura looks at a sparkling purple letter against lilac, she’s surprised as Inanna hugs her against pale lavender, Inanna touches his chest and smiles against baby blue, he pulls back to touch Laura’s shoulders against light blue. end id]

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I’ve been meaning to write this for a while and am finally getting around to it. I saw a lot of discussion lately around Cass and disability largely in relation to the Birds of Prey movie. I haven’t seen it and don’t really have anything to say about it but I thought it would be interesting to look at comics Cass and see if look at the evidence of her being a disabled character (if there is any) and if she is treated as a disabled character in the comics.

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Part 1:  How Milestone Comics Reshaped The Comics Industry

Milestone comics reshaped the comics industry creating a place for better representation & laying the foundation for the current comics landscape.


Part 2:  The Story Of Milestone Comics

Milestone’s lasting legacy went beyond just the comics. It launched multiple careers, inspired a new generation & spun off its characters into TV & animation.

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A Guardian Devil

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Directed by Mark Steven Johnson
Screenplay by Mark Steven Johnson
Cinematography Ericson Core

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Daredevil

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Directed by Mark Steven Johnson
Screenplay by Mark Steven Johnson
Cinematography Ericson Core

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