The show being developed by an American network would be the first live-action superhero series with an openly gay lead and is based on the DC Comics star Kate Kane - aka Batwoman. Caroline Dries, a writer and executive producer on the project, said she was "thrilled" to be helping bring the flawed heroine to the small screen with the CW Network. Grateful to the DC comics writers for reviving this hero and giving us a fun and complicated hero who reflects so many of us," she tweeted.
After More Than 50 Years. Evidence of Gay Batman Found! HatfieldMassachusettsMay 13, A comic book researcher recently uncovered evidence backing up a widely publicized claim that Batman and Robin are gay lovers.
By Margaret Galvan November Inside was an impressive array of mid- to lates comics clippings featuring lesbians, including extensive materials from four lesbian comics artists she was able to identify, all of whom were in their twenties but occupied very different publishing spaces: Roberta Gregory, Barba Kutzner, Tea Schook, and Mary Wings. More than simply collecting their work, Corinne corresponded with these women about their work, their influences, and their comics community, preserving their letters of response in the binder, as well.
Jump to navigation. In her comic Heathenwriter and artist Natasha Alterici manages an impressive feat by turning one of the most beloved myths in Norse mythology into a gorgeously realized lesbian love story. Alterici originally self-published the comic online but the print trade compendium of the first four issues, published by Literati Press, debuted in January and is now widely available.
Comicsgate is a campaign in opposition to perceived "forced diversity" and progressivism in the content of North American superhero comic books and the kinds of creators who work in the industry. The name is derived from Gamergatea similar movement related to video games. The movement has been described as part of the alt-right movement and as a harassment campaign   which "targets women, people of color, and LGBT folk in the comic book industry".
In this time of strongly divided politics, people are calling for a form of escapism. One of those forms has been the rise of superhero media. From movies and games to TV shows and books, the superhero genre has exploded onto the scene in the past two decades.
Since coming out as a lesbian in at the age of 19, graphic novelist Alison Bechdel has made it a point to be open about her sexuality. It was a decision she made consciously as a reaction to her father, who was gay and closeted, and who died four months after Bechdel came out. In a way, that was all my way of healing myself. Joan Marcus hide caption.
In an unprecedented effort, 16 defenders from 15 countries participated over the three weeks of the 41st Session of t Apply before 11 August at Since