It is the final issue to Iceman’s 2nd mini series that was written by Sina Grace. We have it all, Iceman vs Mr. Sinister, Drag Queen – Shade helping the X-Men fight anti-mutant antagonists and an ominous ending that continues into another comic book story. Check out my thoughts on this issue in the attached video that is filled with spoilers!
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.
Emma Frost once took over Iceman’s body and show him a glimpse of the true potential that Bobby Drake possessed within his Omega level mutant status. This issue has Iceman teaming up with Frost on a personal endeavor for a situation involving her openly gay brother, Christian Frost. This issue is small in scale but still quite relevant in today’s society with mentioning of Christian being tortured when going through gay conversion therapy...
What?! There’s a new Disney XD animated series of shorts with Squirrel Girl, Patriot (where the hell has he been in the comics), Spider-Gwen (Ghost-Spider, because she can’t go by her real name), Ms. Marvel and Quake (I don’t know much about her)?! Hell’s yeah! These shorts are set to premiere on Disney XD on August 13, 2018...
Hell’s yes!!! I absolutely loved writer Sina Grace’s take on Bobby Drake, aka Iceman, in his Marvel ongoing series. It is rare for a gay character to lead his own comic book in a mainstream comic company and even more rare for a gay writer to helm the series. There are many people that were upset at such an established character coming out as being gay, even though there are many that spend their entire lives in the closet...
Well this could suck for those of us that wanted to see a united Marvel Cinematic Universe that included the Fantastic Four and the X-Men. The Hollywood Reporter stated: Comcast Corporation confirms that it is considering, and is in advanced stages of preparing, an offer for the businesses that Fox has agreed to sell to Disney. Walt Disney Co. put in a bid at $52.4 billion back in late 2017.
There are those that are both on the side of Disney purchasing Fox and others that think this would mak...
There once was a very short lived Marvel Comics superhero by the name of Freedom Ring. His name was Curtis Doyle and he was created by Robert Kirkman of Walking Dead fame. Unfortunately for Curtis Doyle, he was a novice at being a superhero hero and fell in a horrible humiliating way, even for an inexperienced superhero. He was part of the Marvel Team Up Vol. 3 comic book series and was printed in 2006’s issues #20-24. He has a sad story, but he did exist, if not just briefly.
The 90s were a funny time for all media outlets, including comic books. Marvel Comics made a Swimsuit Mini Series where a few of their characters visited different locations on trips/vacations. The series involved many different artists with their interpretations of what those individual characters would be in a relaxing watery environment. I want them to do another version of this. It could be epic!
Some are practical but others are just totally out there...
I could have sworn last years ‘Legacy’ event in Marvel was their “Fresh Start,” but apparently it was not the case. To be honest, I have only been slightly more interested in Marvel Comics since they did their Rebirth, Legacy juncture. Maybe this will be something bigger. Or maybe they will do something more noteworthy. As it is, it sounds more like an excuse to start over titles with new #1’s, which is a horrible idea in my opinion...
The Iceman series is near the end. Wolverine’s son Daken, has taken it upon himself to torture Bobby Drake and steal one of his recent mutant teenager recruits and kill Iceman’s new boyfriend Judah. So this issue is a huge epic battle – Iceman vs. Daken.
Written by Sina Grace and Illustrated by Robert Gill
Have you ever heard of Yesutoro on Instagram? He’s an IG star that has lots of men throwing themselves at him on a daily basis. Class Comics made a comic book based around his life that is both hot and sad at the same time. Check out my thoughts on this comic that is written and drawn by David Cantero.
This issue was written and Illustrated by David Cantero at Class Comics.
Have you seen Ross Butler? He’s been in a few shows including CW’s Riverdale and Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why. Although my particular favorite is his brief appearance in the SHAZAM movie as Eugene. That sold it for me and I’ve been lusting…following this sexy man’s pics ever since. Here’s a few of his pics.
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I saw an article recently about two men getting married back in 1957 to which their photos were withheld because of the owner of the drugstore to which the negatives were being developed, deemed these wedding photos to be inappropriate. He refused to return the photos to the grooms. The grooms have never been identified. To read that article head over to that Advocate.
However seeing these pics just makes me want to search out other vintage pics of those that had to hide their own sexuality in times that could potentially place them in jail or worse. Times are still not perfect for the LGBT community by a long shot but we have come very far in terms of acceptance. I’ve collected (stolen) a lot of pics in the past and I just feel like they should be spread as much as possible.
Granted, I will admit that some of these pictures of men being affectionate are probably just friends. The whole toxic idea of a man being close to other as being a negative quality is much more of a modern thing than anything else. Regardless, just the closeness that men were allowed to show and not be looked down on in society is refreshing.