Hope everyone enjoyed my queer comic book character profiles in celebration of queer history month. I put together a quick index just in case you missed some. Continue reading “Queer Comic Characters Index Wrap-Up 2010”
Victoria is awesome. She was by far my favorite part of the whole Dark Reign business where she served as Norman Osborn’s right hand. In fact, she was the sanity to his every crazy plot. I love when she was in control and being the only who was awesome at her job.
Before running Osborn’s evil empire, Victoria was a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent. Continue reading “Queer Comic Book Characters: Victoria Hand”
Not all queer characters are good people. Daken is a sociopath and a killer. In fact, he’s rather a bad stereotype of a predatory bisexual person. He can generate pheromones to attract and manipulate people. Only instead of breaking your heart, he may just break your neck. Daken’s also the son of Wolverine. Maybe that isn’t surprising. (Yep, just being a Wolverine hater.)
Daken is a rather new character on the scene, only created in 2007. Continue reading “Queer Comic Book Characters: Daken Akihiro (Oct 2nd)”
Comic book reviews for The Incredible Hulk #601 by Greg Pak, All-New Savage She-Hulk backup by Fred Van Lente, The Incredible Hulk #602 by Greg Pak, All-New Savage She-Hulk backup by Fred Van Lente, The Incredible Hulk #603 by Greg Pak, and All-New Savage She-Hulk backup by Fred Van Lente
Dark X-Men: The Beginning #1 by Paul Cornell (Cloak and Dagger), Marc Bernardin and Adam Freeman (Weapon Omega), and Rob Williams (Daken) and Dark X-Men: The Beginning #3 by Paul Cornell (Emma and Namor), Jason Aaron (Mystique), and Simon Spurrier (Aurora)
Continue reading “Reviews: Dark X-Men: The Beginning #1 and #3”