One of my favorite DC Comic book gay superheroes is back with a second prequel season on the CW Seed website. Raymond Terrell is a metahuman with light based powers bestowed on him. He battles not on his own Earth but on another Earth where Nazis have taken over and a small group of Freedom Fighters, both human and superhuman, attempt to over through this evil regime. Check out my thoughts on this second season, but lots of spoilers are a part of this!
Have you seen the CW Seed animated series – Freedom Fighters: The Ray? It is only 6 episodes of 6-8 min shorts, but it is so good! I may be biased being that it stars a gay superhero voiced by gay actor (and super hot) Russell Tovey, but it is a great series nonetheless. Check out my thoughts on this prequel series to the Crisis on Earth X CW Arrowverse TV crossover in the video attached.
The first footage of CW’s gay superhero, the Ray has been released from San Diego Comic Con. The CW’s streaming service has released another animated series which starred Vixen in the past. This current series is titled Freedom Fighters: The Ray. In this we have our protagonist taking on evil versions of Arrow, Supergirl and the Flash in a parallel world where the Nazis won World War II.
It is the conclusion to the X-Men Disassembled storyline with Nate Grey aka X-Man, joined with Legion taking on ALL of the X-Men at once. Will he win or will the X-Men stop him? (Hint, there’s an entire storyline coming up called Age of X-MAN).
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The X-Men are celebrating Mutant Pride with an introduction of the first Mutant Drag Queen Shade. Meanwhile, Iceman goes alone against one of the X-Men’s deadliest enemies- Mr. Sinister. Bobby Drake is attempting to free missing Morlocks and is seemingly over his head, or is he? This is penultimate issue with the story written by Sina Grace and artwork by Nathan Stockman.
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Young Justice is back baby! Not only is there a season 3 of the animated Young Justice that is airing on the DC Universe streaming service, but there is a new comic book that just started from DC Comic’s Wonder Comic imprint. Check out my thoughts on this first issue in the attached video and tell me what you think of this first issue that reunites Robin (Tim), Impulse (Bart), Wonder Girl…