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The release of DC Comics' "Midnighter" #1 has Joseph Illidge looking back on the relationships of gay comic book heroes.
Steve Orlando and ACO "take a great deal of care to be inviting, and it pays off" in "Midnighter" #1.
Steve Orlando talks to CBR about writing a "hyper-confident" gay character, and pushing Midnighter to be good at something other than fighting.
Ray Fawkes, Scott Snyder & Aco's "Batman: Futures End" #1 "succeeds the same way some of the better "Elseworlds" comics did back in the day."
"Trinity of Sin: Pandora" and "Constantine" writer Ray Fawkes discusses post-"Forever Evil" plans and lingering questions about the creation of the New 52 DCU.
Ray Fawkes is building an epic story based on John Constantine, an antihero so flawed that his footing constantly fluctuates between good and evil.
Brian Azzarello and ACO put the spotlight on the First Born in "Wonder Woman" #23.2, in "one of the real winners of Villains Month" that "clicks in with the rest of the series perfectly."