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James Robinson Confirms: Original Green Lantern Alan Scott is Gay


In interviews for The Advocate, Entertainment Weekly and multiple other outlets, Earth 2 writer James Robinson has gone on the record that Alan Scott, the original Green Lantern created by Bill Finger and Martin Nodell, is indeed the previously straight DC character now coming out as gay...

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Parting Shot: What a Gay Superhero Looks Like


It's great to see superhero comics doing a better job of not omitting gay characters from their stories (or leaving them to idle in the background). But it's worth noting that while diverse characters make comics richer and more representative of the real world, they're also an opportunity to reflect the many ways that we are not so different from each other, regardless of our different backgrounds or perspectives...

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Archie Comics Introduces Openly Gay Character Kevin Keller


Archie Comics announced today that the timeless city of Riverdale is poised to welcome its first openly gay resident this September in "Veronica" #202 with the introduction of Kevin Keller, the latest addition to Archie's increasingly diverse gang of friends...

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Stewie Griffin Outed as Gay, No One Surprised


"Family Guy" creator Seth McFarlane reveals in the new issue of Playboy that as virtually every fan of the series has always suspected, the matricidal toddler Stewie Griffin is, in fact, gay:
We had an episode that went all the way to the script phase in which Stewie does come out...

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Jack Chick Fans Hijack Domains Relating to Olivia Munn, Robert Pattinson, ‘Terminator’


After winning the Canadian "Queer Idol" singing competition, performer Stacey Tennen decided to build a website to promote her music -- only to find that the domain had been claimed by someone else several weeks after her win, and now redirects to a site full of anti-gay religious tracts by Jack Chick that literally demonize homosexuals...

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Rob Liefeld Says Gay Shatterstar ‘Sucks,’ Plans to ‘Undo’ His Sexuality


A new "X-Factor" comic by Peter David recently revealed that Shatterstar, a previously rat-tailed warrior from a gladiatorial alternate dimension, was gay or bisexual after he shared a surprise kiss with male teammate Rictor...

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Comics with Problems: NAACP Voting Rights Comic


The "Comics with Problems" archive runs the gamut from Captain Alcoholic, the alcoholic superhero, to Alpha, the judgmental robot who hates pot, with a newly added 1960s NAACP comic encouraging blacks to demand equal rights from politicians through voting power...

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Gays In Comics: From Northstar to Shatterstar


The most recent issue of "X-Factor" ended with two male team members, Shatterstar and Rictor, making out. While we'll have to wait till next month to find out whether they're gay, bisexual, or it's some sort of mind-control plot point, consider writer Peter David's track record of supporting gay characters in comics -- and the lesser-known fact that writers planned for the pair to hook up back in the mid-90s...

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The Wackiest Batman and Robin Products

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With the new "Batman and Robin" series coming out today, we review the wackiest moments of Bruce Wayne that have been turned into plastic...

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Outside the Lines — Gays in MMORPGs


There was an uproar recently in the MMORPG 'Star Wars' game 'The Old Republic' when forum moderator Sean Dahlberg was questioned about "gay" and "lesbian" being on a filter of unacceptable words, and responded: "These are terms that do not exist in Star Wars...

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