Feeling GLAAD: DC's Award-Winning LGBTQIA+ Comics

Pride Month is a joyful, celebratory occasion where for thirty days, every stripe of the queer community bands together to present themselves to the world without reservation. It’s more than just a party, though.

Discovering Asexuality with Connor Hawke

Every June since 2018, it’s been my honor to showcase queer characters and voices for Pride Month in DC news, highlighting LGBTQIA+ storylines, history and creators bringing their personal experiences to the DC Universe and its diverse audie

ASK...THE QUESTION: Have Any Batman '66 Characters Made it to Comics?

And we’re back. This is your inquisitive columnist Alex Jaffe, better known in the DC Community as HubCityQuestion.

Any conversation about the greatest martial artists in the DC Universe inevitably turns to the mistress of martial arts: Sandra Woosan, the unconquerable Lady Shiva.

Harley Quinn vs. The Multiverse

After months of whispers and speculation, the trailer for MultiVersus has officially dropped and the DC presence is s

How Cassandra Cain Defies a Stereotype

You're going to see a disclaimer at the bottom of this article that the opinions stated here are solely my own, and do not necessarily represent those of Warner Bros.

The DC Universe Guide to Dinosaur Spotting

In Jurassic League, a book that’s so out-there brilliant in its concept, it’s surprising it’s taken this long to get it, we

Connor Hawke and the Green Arrow Legacy

Green Arrow has always been a hero inspired by the ideals of Robin Hood.

The New Chip on Batman's Shoulder

In the world of comics, the frankly ridiculous and completely made-up name of "Chip Zdarsky" has come to stand for something special.

Thomas Wayne, Hero or Villain?

Batman’s father, wealthy Gotham City doctor and philanthropist Thomas Wayne, was killed off in his very first appearance in 1939.

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