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Fictional detective Tintin, whose adventures became veritable study lessons of geography for entire generations, today com
An original drawing from "Explorers on the Moon", widely regarded as one of the two best Tintin adventures, sold for a rec
Actor Benedict Cumberbatch says he is fascinated by the experimental drugs of the 1960s and that is the reason why he took
"Wonder Woman" comics writer Greg Rucka says that the superhuman of Themyscira island, Diana Prince, has had a relationshi
Donald Trump has now officially become a villain! Not literally but as a comic-book character in a Spider-Man spin-off sto
A group of artists in the central French city of Lyon broke the record for the world's longest comic strip today with a 1.
Late former President APJ Abdul Kalam's inspiring and motivational message and minimalistic lifestyle forms the basis for
Miles Morales, a biracial version of Spider-Man of African-American descent in the comic's offshoot 'Ultimate' line, will
A mix of iconic and contemporary comics sourced from over 100 publishers will be available for free download all over the
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Holy sexuality, Batman! Two months after his untimely death, the creators of Gotham City's crime-fighting superhero, Bruce Wayne, have finally unveiled his politically-correct replacement: a ginger-haired, lesbian socialite called Batwoman.
The publisher of Detective Comics, the iconic title which for 60 years has revolved around the recently-deceased Wayne, revealed this week that future editions of the comic book will star his long-standing female counterpart, whose real name is Kathy Kane.
Described as "a lesbian socialite by night and a crime-fighter by later in the night", Batwoman will be the subject of at least 12 issues. It will be the most high-profile appearance by a gay superhero in any book published by the legendary DC Comics.