Any fans of comic books with an obvious and inclusive LGBT element and other fun themes?

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    Jun 25, 2015 12:34 AM GMT



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    Jun 25, 2015 6:12 AM GMT
    sqwatz saidActually looking at the trailer again and now realizing the original poster's ethnicity, the elephant in the room is why is there no black on black sex attraction shown?

    The super hero character "Myth" is obviously suppose to be the OP. Is the OP a black man who is unable to form relationships with other black men, and he has projected his insecurities into a comic book?!icon_eek.gif


    *Sigh*

    It isn't a "superhero" book. ;)

    It's the third issue of an on-going series. There are plenty of every color involved with one another in various levels of intimacies.
    What you're seeing in the trailer is specific to the book itself. icon_smile.gif

    As for the latter part of your inquiry, the real question for you should be:
    if I were any other color than what you see, would your last few questions even be a curiosity for you?