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  1. #1
    Banned Vingador Fantasma
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    SPOILERS!!! HEROIS GAYS!!! ARTISTAS DE QUADRINHOS GAYS!!!

    Os sites wizarduniverse.com e o comicbookresources.com estao promovendo a divulgacao de super-herois gays e de artistas gays para que aumente a conscientizacao contra o preconceito e principalmente para a aceitacao das pessoas quanto a escolha de sua identidade sexual:


    5) BATWOMAN
    With the disappearance of Batman, Nightwing and Robin in the wake of Infinite Crisis, Gotham City needed more help than ever. In the pages of 52, readers were brought face to face with a new caped crusader, Batwoman, otherwise known as millionaire heiress Kate Kane—one-time girlfriend of fellow 52 star Renee Montoya. Mainstream media, no doubt spurred by memories of Yvonne Craig in her Batgirl get-up from the ’60s “Batman” TV show, caught on to the cool factor of the so-called “lipstick lesbian,” as BBC News dubbed her. Readers haven’t seen much of the black-and-red-clad crimefighter since 52 ended, but the character had arguably the largest pop-culture impact of any on this list.


    4) TIE: LUCY IN THE SKY (RUNAWAYS) AND WICCAN (YOUNG AVENGERS)
    When Marvel re-invigorated their lineup of teen superheroes with Runaways and Young Avengers, respectively written under the pens of superstar writers Brian K. Vaughn (“Lost”) and Allan Heinberg (“The OC,” “Grey’s Anatomy”) they gave birth to two of the coolest gay and lesbian superheroes, and showed how much further the younger generation has come. Not only does Lucy in the Sky (aka rainbow-colored alien Karolena) arguably have the best superhero codename out of all her fellow Runaways, her coming out has been one of the book’ most interesting sub-plots, from confessing her feelings for teammate Nico to trying to stave off interstellar war by marrying the gender-bending Super-Skrull-in-training, Xavin. Meanwhile, the Young Avengers’ Wiccan—who with his brother Speed may well be the lost, magically created twin sons of insane former Avenger the Scarlet Witch—found love in his own team, with shape-shifting Skrull powerhouse Hulkling. True, the significant others of both kids are technically genderless Skrulls, but the point is clear—you love who you love.


    3) MIDNIGHTER
    If he isn’t the coolest gay superhero, he’s unquestionably the most violent. Midnighter and now-husband Apollo were a part of an extremely top-secret Stormwatch team put together by Weatherman Henry Bendix. When the title relaunched as The Authority, team leader Jenny Sparks called upon the couple to join her in their new crusade to create a better world. Later, when Sparks was de-aged back to an infant, Midnighter and Apollo adopted her and continue to raise her together. The hero’s new solo series has also added depth to the character. Not just another Batman pastiche, Midnighter’s got his own unique agenda, methods and twisted moral code, making him perhaps the most interesting character in the WildStorm universe


    2) NORTHSTAR
    The first mainstream superhero to come out of the closet, French-Canadian mutant Northstar has become the icon for gay superheroes. Alpha Flight creator John Byrne has said that despite his intentions to out the hero (aka Jean-Paul Baubier) at the team’s inception in 1983, editorial mandate decreed that Northstar’s sexuality had to remain a secret. That changed in 1992, in a story penned by Scott Lobdell, and since then the hero has gone on to have a tenure in the X-Men. Recently killed by Wolverine, then subsequently resurrected, his abilities of speed, flight and durability make him the gay superhero community’s premier powerhouse.


    1) THE QUESTION (RENEE MONTOYA)
    From disgraced Gotham City cop to reluctant protégé of a faceless crusader to superheroe herself, Renee Montoya has had one of the most fascinating character arcs in recent memory. Created for “Batman: The Animated Series,” Montoya actually appeared in the comics first when creators got wind of the tough-as-nails female cop character. Her coming-out story in the pages of the street-level Batman comic Gotham Central won massive critical acclaim as well as Eisner and Harvey awards. Leaving the Gotham City Police Department under a cloud of suspicion over her vengeful actions following the murder of her partner, Montoya embarked on an arduous quest alongside the original Question, Vic Sage, to save Gotham from destruction in the pages of 52. The storyline provided some of the weekly series’ most thrilling cliffhangers, as well as rescuing her from a downward spiral of meaningless flings and alcohol abuse. When original Sage died, the fearsomely driven, fundamentally decent Renee was the logical choice to take up the mantle. Although she hasn’t made too many appearances as the Question since 52 ended, her long history in the Bat-books, and her complex characterization at the hands of writers like Greg Rucka, make her more interesting than many superheroes who’ve have been swinging around for years, gay or otherwise.

    Links para as fichas de super-herois gays e artistas gays e tambem artistas que nao sao gays mas que contribuiram com suas criacoes para divulgar o nao-preconceito do site comicbookresorces:

    HOMOSEXUALITY IN COMICS - PART I
    http://www.comicbookresources.com/ne...m.cgi?id=11165

    HOMOSEXUALITY IN COMICS - PART II
    http://www.comicbookresources.com/ne...m.cgi?id=11179

    HOMOSEXUALITY IN COMICS - PART III
    http://www.comicbookresources.com/ne...m.cgi?id=11190

    HOMOSEXUALITY IN COMICS - PART IV
    http://www.comicbookresources.com/ne...m.cgi?id=11201

    E ai gentem...tem espaco ainda para o PRECONCEITO?? Acho que nao.

    O que voces acham dos herois gays??





    Beijokas

    Canibal

  2. #2
    Senior Member Super-Homem da Era de PRAAAAAAATA Avatar de FLUFFY
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    Gosto muito de heróis gays, pois vão contra o esteriótipo dos personagens metidos a machões! Gosto principalmente dos que são mais MAIORAIS que os próprios heterossexuais, mostrando que a homossexualidade não interfere em nada na masculinidade.

    Nesse estilo meus favoritos são o Meia-Noite e o Appollo, os melhores do Authority! Assistem Friends (puta coisa de viado tipo o Arthur ) e mesmo assim botam pra quebrar quando entram em ação!!!

    E eu vou morrer defendendo minha idéia de que o Batman REALMENTE é gay! Seria MUUUUUUITO louco o herói mais fodão e icônico da DC sendo bicha! Sabe essa obsessão toda do cara? Isso aí é coisa de quem CAMUFLA!!!

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    Senior Member Mecânico do Mach 5
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    Tópico do Canibal sobre homossexualismo? CORRAM PARA AS MONTANHAS!!
    Não sei quanto às outras pessoas, mas quando me abaixo para colocar os sapatos de manhã, penso: "Deus Todo-Poderoso, o que é agora?"

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    Banned Vingador Fantasma
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    Citação Postado originalmente por James Logan, moron!
    Tópico do Canibal sobre homossexualismo? CORRAM PARA AS MONTANHAS!!
    Nos 2 ultimos que fiz sobre o assunto tivemos EXPULSAO e SUSPENSOES...

    Vamos ver se a galega mantem a LINHA ao falar sobre o assunto.

    Beijokas

    Canibal

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    Senior Member Legionário de Esparta Avatar de Rampage L
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    Desde quando que o Questão é homosexual???

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    Senior Member Super-Homem da Era de PRAAAAAAATA Avatar de Sr. Mxyzptlk
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    Eu ia postar esse tópico.


    Não vejo problemas em heróis gays, só não gosto quando forçam para o assunto aparecer numa hq. Como na coletiva do Oliver Queen em S/B#24, onde de repente do nada, começaram a falar de casamento gay e até da possibilidade do Arqueiro ser gay. Tipo, não tinha nada a ver aquele assunto ali.
    "It is a remarkable dichotomy. In many ways, Clark is the most human of us all. Then...he shoots fire from the skies, and it is difficult not to think of him as a god. And how fortunate we all are that it does not occur to him."

    - Batman (Superman/Batman#3)

  7. #7
    Banned Vingador Fantasma
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    Citação Postado originalmente por Rampage L
    Desde quando que o Questão é homosexual???
    [hide:59fd864ccf]E a NOVA "Questa", Renne Montoya.[/hide:59fd864ccf]
    Beijokas

    Canibal

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    Senior Member Santo dos Assassinos Avatar de Art
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    Citação Postado originalmente por Rampage L
    Desde quando que o Questão é homosexual???
    Puta Spoiler!!!

    E, quanto ao tópico:

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    Send down the Firewalker
    Send down the Neon Priest
    Send down the Junky Doctor
    Send down the Shadow King
    Down through the heart of the city at night, In black and white

  9. #9
    Mr Goodsoup
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    Batman é macho. Viado é quem é doido pra dar o cu e projeta pra cima do personagem.

  10. #10
    Senior Member Mestre dos Sonhos Avatar de Aion
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    Wiccan é o mais foda da linha heróis gays, a descoberta de que ele realmente era foi patcha engraçada.
    aionpimpaomeupaunoseurabao

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