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Browsing the "Northstar" Tag

Supurbia Gossip

Supurbia Gossip: Twilight is gay, and no one Cares!

Gio Taviani, aka Agent Twilight, recently “came out” as a homosexual in the pages of Grace Randolph’s Supurbia. The thing about it though, is that there is no “thing,” and no one seems to care. Both the worlds of comic [...]

February 7, 2013 Features
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Top 5 Canadian Characters You Know (And One You Probably Don’t)

This past Sunday was Canada Day, the day in which Canadians celebrate the birth of our nation much as the Americans celebrate Independence Day. We celebrate our heritage through poking fun at ourselves (such as the infamous “I Am Canadian” [...]

July 3, 2012 Reviews
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Opinion: DC and Alan Scott

Recently, DC Comics announced its intent that the golden-age Green Lantern, Alan Scott, will be an openly gay character (in fact, Comic Booked posted a story on this before the official word from DC was released). When I first read [...]

June 4, 2012 Features, Reviews
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Marvel Announces Landmark X-Men Marriage

Given that Marvel was incredibly bold to have Northstar come out years ago, this whole thing is not being done to show support for gay marriage.  It is so Marvel can add even more money to their piggy bank.  Yes, [...]

May 22, 2012 Reviews
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DC Comics to Out a Previously Straight Character

When DC relaunched its line with the New 52,  they made several changes to many long standing characters;  costumes changed, history changed– but at the time it was announced that no character would suddenly change their sexuality. DC’s position on [...]

May 22, 2012 Features, Reviews
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First Look: Astonishing X-Men #50 Variant Cover

By this point I would like to think that everyone knows who is going to be getting married.  I don’t know if Marvel is doing this because of how well the Archie comic did due to the free advertising of [...]

April 24, 2012 Features, Reviews
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Superheroes Hate Bullies

Today, October 20, is wear purple for Spirit Day. It’s not only to remember those who felt suicide was the only way to deal with bullying, but to also make gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender teens know that they are [...]

October 20, 2010 Reviews