A classic pulp adventure hero from the s, Lance Valiant is returning after 80 years courtesy of Chapterhouse Comics. DC Comics Natasha is young, happy and in a loving same-sex relationship. And, it has to be said, this is a level of inclusion that not even Marvel or DC have attempted. Now if she could just figure out a codename. In the comics, Shatterstar is an other-dimensional warrior named Gaveedra Seven, whose parents were the X-men Dazzler and Longshot. In the meantime, you can pick up issues on the Black Mask site.
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Chalice was introduced in Alters 1 as a still-in-the-closet trans woman, presenting as male with her family but living as a woman in her superhero identity. In the current series Patsy Walker a. The niece of John Henry Irons, a. This time, though, the Canadian hero is openly gay. And Thor needs friends. The latest page-to-screen adaptation from Marvel sees a group of teens on the run after they realize their parents are actually a clan of vicious criminal masterminds. In World of Wakanda, written by written by Ta-Nehisi Coates and queer writer Roxane Gay, Ayo gets into a romantic relationship with fellow guard Aneka, and the two are torn between their love for each other and their obligations to their king.
With enough support, perhaps an ongoing series will materialize. Freelance will run for just four issues starting in January, but the team is hoping for more stories featuring the hunky gay adventurer. Telekinian is an interesting character: In the meantime, you can pick up issues on the Black Mask site. Chalice was introduced in Alters 1 as a still-in-the-closet trans woman, presenting as male with her family but living as a woman in her superhero identity.