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An Open Letter to the YA Genre

The YA genre, abbreviated YA to mean Young Adult, is one filled with many interesting and riveting stories. No sub-genre is more interesting than that of supernatural and dystopian YA. With various stories on oppressive government regimes, angels, vampires, werewolves, fairies, and other magical creatures and faraway lands, there is no shortage on immersive tales to get lost in. There’s […]

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Matt Ryan’s Constantine Confirmed as Bisexual in Upcoming ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ Season

Matt Ryan’s rendition of the character John Constantine has garnered quite the following since his debut in the short-lived Constantine show on NBC. He even reprised the role on an episode of Arrow and voiced the character in the Justice League Dark animated film. Just yesterday we reported the possibility of Ryan making a comeback in Legends of Tomorrow and today it’s been confirmed! […]

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Amilyn Holdo Is Subtly Hinted As An LGBTQ Character In The Star Wars Saga Via Novel

Diversity in the Star Wars saga appears to keep increasing, as in the upcoming Star Wars novel Leia: Princess of Alderaan, Vice Admiral Amilyn Holdo, who will appear in The Last Jedi and is played by Laura Dern (Jurassic Park), appears to hint of having an attraction to more than just “human males”. ‘A pair of pretty dark eyes.’ Then Amilyn thought […]

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Amazon’s ‘Transparent’ Renewed For A Fifth Season

Just less than a month before the fourth season of Jill Soloway’s Emmy and Golden Globe-winning series Transparent, The Hollywood Reporter announces that the show has already been renewed for a fifth season. Transparent is a series that stars Jeffrey Tambor “as the patriarch of the Pfefferman family, who comes out as transgender and begins to live life as Maura”. Judith Light plays […]

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What We’d Like To See In A Power Rangers Sequel

On March 24th, we were reintroduced to five misfits who would become the Earth’s greatest warriors, The Power Rangers! With poor box office results, we were all “Ay ay aying” to thought that there wouldn’t be a sequel. But thank Zordon for merchandise sales! Director Dean Israelite has stated before that Lionsgate & Saban, the man who brought us the […]

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X-Men’s Iceman Gets His First Ongoing Solo Series

As the second week of Pride begins, Marvel Comics has released ICEMAN #1, their first ongoing solo series with a gay male lead. The series follows Bobby Drake, one of the original X-Men. In this inception, Drake is younger, and more “put together,” according to the issue’s description. He’s also more comfortable with himself, and his sexuality, and is even […]

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James Gunn Hints At Possibility of Gay Gauardian

While the title of “2017’s First Gay Superhero”  has already been awarded to Yellow Power Ranger Trini, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 writer and director James Gunn hinted at the possibility that one of his own characters might soon be making an announcement of their own. When questioned by the Press Association about whether or not he’d feature a gay protagonist, his […]

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First Openly Gay Lead Character Coming to the MCU

Earlier this week the character list for Marvel’s New Warriors series was revealed. The most notable name was most likely Squirrel Girl, but Deborah Fields, aka Debrii was also named on that list. This is significant as she is the first openly gay character in the MCU. According to Marvel’s character bio, Debrii is a trickster with low-televel telekinesis.  Her […]