There will be a pink vest, rainbow boxed version of Prince Adam from the Masters of the Universe Classics line available during San Diego Comic Comic Con 2018 made by Super7. This will be at the shop – Hordak’s Lair on July 18-19. This makes me so happy. Some other haters are not so much enthused but hardcore Masters of the Universe fans are just as ecstatic as I am. Although getting him will not be so easy to obtain.


Although this figure is titled ‘Laughing Prince Adam,’ from the cartoon and now famous What’s Going On video, I am calling him Pride Prince Adam. The original He-Man and the Masters of the Universe 1980s cartoon showed a much more pink version of Prince Adam, He-Man’s secret identity. The toy version of Adam that was released in the 1980s however, had Adam in a maroon vest. I honestly never thought a pink version would ever be released, so this is great news!


Being a Masters of the Universe fan is something that I have made clear for years. There is a huge gay following of He-Man and his furry-underweared-muscle-bound-leather-clad companions for obvious reasons. This will be a tough figure to track down on a regular event and since the figure will not be at SDCC itself, but at Hordak’s Lair toyshop, it will be even more difficult to obtain one. Anyone going to try and pick this baby up? I hope that Super7 has made enough of them.

Hordak’s Lair is located at: 701 8th Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101


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/


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






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!


Previously – FabMan recruited seven superheroes that are part of the LGBT community to form their own superhero team. They are not cohesive as a unit, yet. This issue, Wolf, who happens to be the only member of the team with no superpowers, attempts to train them so that they can work together. There is also a menacing threat in the background that will come to light very soon.

This issue is written by Joe Glass and illustrated by Gavin Mitchell

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The Pride #1 – This entails Fabman gathering together a host of LGBT superheroes in his universe to form their own team. This first issue is great as it gives purpose for the team and introduces a several new heroes to an otherwise new universe.

Written by: Joe Glass
Artist: Gavin Mitchell


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Happy Pride Month everyone! I tried to find the names to some of these artists or creators. The top pic was made by MicahDraws and I think he did an excellent job. Here’s some other alternate covers and past art that I feel is very touching. Also, if you have not already, check out the book Love is Love for a really awesome book that is dedicated to honor those who were killed in the Orlando Pulse shootings. Be warned, it is something that will make you cry. Or at least it did for me. Several times.