DC Comics Published in May 2015 with Queer Protagonists

  • Ayla Ranzz (Lightning Lass) in Convergence: Superboy and the Legion of Super-Heroes #2 by Stuart Moore, Gus Storms, and Mark Farmer
  • Todd Rice (Obsidian) in Convergence: Infinity Inc. #2 by Jerry Ordway and Ben Caldwell
  • Selina Kyle (Catwoman) in Convergence: Harley Quinn #2 by Steve Pugh, Phil Winslade, and John Dell, and Convergence: Catwoman #2 by Justin Gray and Ron Randall
  • Alan Scott (Green Lantern) in Convergence: Justice Society of America #2 by Dan Abnett, Tom Derenick, and Trevor Scott, and Convergence #5-8 by Jeff King, Scott Lobdell, Andy Kubert, Sandra Hope, Ed Benes, Aaron Lopresti, Mark Morales, Carlo Pagulayan, and Stephen Segovia
  • Renee Montoya (The Question) in Convergence: The Question #2 by Greg Rucka and Cully Hamner
  • Kate Kane (Batwoman) in Convergence: The Question #2 by Greg Rucka and Cully Hamner

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Okay, I was going to reblog the post the included this, but then I noticed something in t hat last panel. Magog, Alan, and Jay are all very uncomfortable, but Kara and Maxine are grinning, and Ted seems to be laughing. No, not just laughing- is it just me? Does Ted not only seem to have a “thank god!” sort of relieved expression, but also maybe he’s about to do a limp-wrist gesture?

My gods, if Wildcat was the gay character, I would jump for joy. The guy taught Batman to box. Between him, Faceoff, and Midnighter, DC would corner the market on badass gay superheroes.