Gay Comics, Queer Superheroes, Villains & More

It’s about time we get more gay anime on our screens. Queer anime and gay manga titles (the terms for Japanese animated series and comic books, respectively) have been on the rise in the past few years. Thanks to the juggernaut anime Yuri on Ice, animation companies have realized they[…]

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Let’s take a look back at the early history of black superheroes in American comic books, from the very first in 1947 to the many that debuted in the ’70s

Gay Comics 1949


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Gay Comics was an anthology in the 1940’s by Marvel’s publishing predecessor Timely featuring such characters as Millie the Model, Tessie the Typist and Nellie the Nurse. Although Gay Comics #1 was released earlier in the year (as its own volume), this series began with #18 with no clue as to where the first seventeen issues came from. Gay Comics then continued for twenty-three issues until it ended with #40, continuing it’s numbering in Honeymoon #41.


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