Since Bobby Drake aka Iceman came out as being gay, there has been a lot of controversy over this decision in Marvel Comics. Personally, I think it’s a great idea to show a character that has been closeted for years to finally come out in his adult life. Of course this had to happen after his younger time displace self outed him first. But that’s another topic. This is a great first issue for this ongoing series that was written by Sina Grace and illustrated by Alessandro Vitti.

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Did you know that there existed a Masters of the Universe newspaper comic strip that was published in select newspapers around the world? It did exist and it expanded on the original 1980s-1990s He-Man Universe that most fans never knew existed. Thanks to Danielle Gelehrter, Val Stapkes, Eric Marshall, and Raunak Singh for making this possible. This book is published by Dark Horse Comics.

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A couple weeks ago I picked up the trade paperback of Cryptozoic Man after seeing it being advertised on a past season of AMC’s Comic Book Men. I love the show. I know it is scripted reality, but it is entertaining to see some of the toys and comics being brought in and showcased. The comic was written by Bryan Johnson and illustrated by Walter Flanagan of that show. The idea centers around a man who is stitched together with different mythological monsters of the modern world. Like Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster. Each is a guardian of a nexus port to other dimensions. To say the least, it is a very unique comic book. It is quite confusing and the non-linear story telling leaves a lot of questions for the reader. Check out my thoughts on the comic series in the video below.

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Son of a Preacher Man

I stumbled on this short music video by accident today and I have to say that it gave me lots of feels. Even though it is a lot easier to grow up being gay today, this video especially hits hard for those that that grew in conservative homes that still look down on anything that is not considered to be part of their “traditional lifestyle.” I used to review gay movies, which I have not done since my former YouTube channel was taken down. But I think I may start to do that again. I have had a lot of requests to do that. This short video is definitely motivating me to do so again, especially since it has a excellent positive ending that I would love to see more often.

The music video was completed by Tom Goss, who’s Facebook page is: Facebook.com/TomGossMusic

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Power Man and Iron Fist, also known as Luke Cage and Danny Rand have a new comic book. They were once bromantic partners for the Heroes for Hire business, but now Luke is a family man and Iron Fist is wanting to go back to their old ways of being superheroes. This first issue is written by David Walker and illustrated by Sanford Greene.

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Fourth Man Out

I just saw this trailer and it looks pretty damn good. I’m all for the feel good movies and totally into a movie that breaks some stereotypes of cinema where the gay man is just the butt of a joke. This movie looks appealing. Four men, all have been buddies for some time and one of them comes out as being gay. The other guys all must come to terms with themselves about their friend’s sexuality but also go out of their way to help their buddy find love. I must see this movie. Watch the trailer below. I know it is in theaters, but I heard that it is also available on demand, so I will Google this now!

The story synopsis from the site reads:

Evan Todd (“Switched at Birth”) stars as Adam, a small-town, blue-collar mechanic who likes beer and hockey but surprises his buddies when he tells them he’s gay. Well meaning but perhaps fated to trip over themselves, hilarity ensues when said buddies all try to help Adam find a boyfriend. Parker Young (“Arrow”), Chord Overstreet (“Glee”), Jon Gabrus (“Younger”) and Kate Flannery (“The Office) co-star in the film from producers Lauren Avinoam, Lauren Hogarth and Jed Mellick.

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I’ve been waiting to get this figure for years! I love Ramman. He was one of my favorite figures from the original toyline. He’s huge, he’s strong and may not be the smartest of all of the Masters of the Universe, but he definitely has a lot of heart in his character. Check out my thoughts on the figure in the video below.

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I know it seems stupid, but this costume is cool. I may look into a subdye version of it, if it exists. And of course if I can ever afford it. But otherwise, I know the movie doesn’t seem as blockbuster awesome as the Avengers, but I still want to see it!

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