There is a children’s book based on Harvey Milk and the origin of the Rainbow Pride Flag of the LGBT community. This book is so deeply moving and such a powerful message aimed at children. That does not mean that adults cannot appreciate it as well though. Check out my thoughts on this book in the attached video.

This was written by Rob Sanders and illustrated by Steven Salerno.

If you are interested in this book, it is available in digital format for the Kindle or paperback version over on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Pride-Story-Harvey-Milk-Rainbow/


Over at Entertainment Weekly, we get our first look at the upcoming Aquaman stand alone movie. We don’t get to see Black Manta fully costumed up, but we do get a glimpse. He unfortunately will not be the primary villain of the movie, as Aquaman’s brother Ocean Master has that honor, but still I’m happy to see him be a part of this.

Check out the pics that Entertainment Weekly posted and check out their short article over at: www.EW.com


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It’s comic book day! A few good ones came out on this Wednesday. I think Thor #1 started out great with a lot of potential in future storylines. Venom is another gem that I’m particularly interested in. Nightwing starting his own Titans team with the endorsement of the Justice League is great with Titans Special #1. Flash Wars in Flash #48 is looking to reconnect old characters. The final issue of Super-Man and the Justice League of China #24 is the last of our solo series involving Kong Kenan as Super-Man…for now! What does your load look like this week?


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Hell’s yes!!! I absolutely loved writer Sina Grace’s take on Bobby Drake, aka Iceman, in his Marvel ongoing series. It is rare for a gay character to lead his own comic book in a mainstream comic company and even more rare for a gay writer to helm the series. There are many people that were upset at such an established character coming out as being gay, even though there are many that spend their entire lives in the closet. I felt as though Iceman’s first series was cancelled abruptly despite sales not even being shown at the time of cancelation, so it’s heart warming to see that there are others out there that wanted this series to return.


It also looks like the new series will get rid of that god awful red costume that was used in the previous series and return to a more classic look. I have to say well done and I am totally making this costume! Without a doubt!

Marvel has posted an interview with the writer, which is again Sina Grace, on their website. Check it out when you get a chance. I am stoked about this series returning!


The Marvel interview is over at: News.Marvel.com/comics/89958/iceman-returns-this-september/

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I have posted in the past about Joe Phillips, but he deserves repostings. His work is off the charts in terms of how phenomenal his skills are as an artist. This is not to mention that he exemplifies his work in modes of realism that represent subjects that are based on friends and those individuals that he has met in his life. I have been lucky to meet him several times are varying conventions and am proud to call him a friend. He has worked on many Pride projects in the past that are beyond beautiful.


Hey, who is that dorky guy (in the above picture) in the red tank top with his mouth open? Anyways, below are a few of his masterpieces that he has used in various media outlets.

His website is currently under production, but when he does update it, you can check it out over at: www.JoePhillips.com






It’s The Rawhide Kid in this 5 issue 2003 mini series. Also known as Johnny Bart, the Rawhide Kid helps out a town being attack by a gang of outlaws. He also confuses a lot of people with his clean cowboy look and suave personality. Check out my thoughts on this mini series. Thank you Michael for these comics!

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Pride Month has been celebrated since 1970, after the Stonewall Riots in New York that took place the previous year. It was not the first LGBT Protest, but it was memorable and marked an event where Transgender/Gay/Lesbian population said this is enough bullying. The celebration of this month has been blurred through the decades with much more emphasis on partying rather than remembering that the LGBT community has been and still is harassed, scrutinized, belittle and continually oppressed. We show Pride in ourselves, our community and we are not any less than others. Everyone be safe.

Below is a picture of the first Pride Parade back in 1970.


I figured the cast of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia at a previous year’s Pride Parade was worth a re-post, because they’re awesome!


Remember Image Comics’ Shirtless Bear-Fighter comic book? This was suppose to a funny comic book but was also an unintentionally sexy ass ‘bear fighter’ that many gay men read as well. The character was literally raised and fought bears since his childhood. He is getting the vinyl toy treatment from Skelton Crew Studio. The comic itself was written by Jody LeHeup, Sebastian Girner and Nil Vendrel.


If you are interested in the clothed sexy assed figure or the unfortunately naked ‘pixelated’ version, you can head over to the site: http://skeltoncrewstudio.com/
and preorder it. If you order before July 1, you will receive a plush “bear-skin” rug with the figure.


Same Glamour. Glitter. Fashion and Fame. But now, there’s more to the story! In an alternate live action universe, set right before the final episode, Jem and the Holograms face enemies both old and new as they uncover secrets from their past and what that may mean for their future. Jem, Kimber, Aja, Shana and Raya will discover what makes a person, Truly Outrageous!

The following is produced by Chickbait based on characters from Jem! By Hasbro © 1985. Truly Outrageous: A Jem Fan Film is a non-profit film made for private use, and is not intended for sales of any sort. No money is being made from the film. It is in no way affiliated with, or sponsored, or approved by Hasbro or any of their respective affiliates of licensees. This work is produced solely for the personal, uncompensated enjoyment of ourselves and other Jem and the Holograms fans.

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It’s an AMAZING comic book day! See what I did there? Amazing Spider-Man #800 is out and one of Spidey’s buddies do not make it through this issue when the Red Goblin charges through his rampage. Rogol Zaar is a new Kryptonian killer in the first issue of The Man of Steel series. Jean Grey ponders her existence in X-Men Red Annual #1. Havok comes to his senses after turning slightly evil in X-Men Blue #28. Captain Marvel gets help from other Captain Marvels in Infinity Countdown Captain Marvel #1. Batman meets Ozymandias and Johnny Thunder finds Alan Scott’s Green Lantern in Doomsday Clock #5. Here’s my thoughts on this week’s comic load in the attached video. What’s your load look like?


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