So Marvel published Barbie comics back in the day that sold pretty decently. Thing is, they tried too hard to be blandly inoffensive...
Today in queer superhero history, we’ll be looking at the first queer members of the Justice League: Tasmanian Devil and Icemaiden/Glacier!
85 years after her debut, Lois Lane still endures. What makes her so timeless?
One of the things that struck me about the film was the way that it subverts and outright defies one of my very least favorite tropes in comics.
Superman is known to be hard to adapt to film, so here, one writer ranks the best live action adaptations of the superhero's story.
Comic strips predate comic books, but how old some of these strips are may surprise you! Here are the longest running comic strips.
From 1991-1993, DC introduced three trans women in three different comics. Let’s remember these characters who paved the way.
The bestselling comics of all time were written from the '40s to today, and include everything from Belgian favorites to Japanese classics.
Northstar is often called the first gay superhero, although he wasn’t allowed to come out until 13 years after his debut.
This Scrooge McDuck saga involves bar brawls, kidnapping, gold, and even fades-to-black. Not exactly the usual Disney fare.