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DC Pride Anthologies
DC PRIDE #1  (2021)

DC celebrates Pride Month with nine all-new stories starring fan-favorite LGBTQIA+ characters Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, Midnighter, Extraño, Batwoman, Aqualad, Alan Scott, Obsidian, Future State Flash, Renee Montoya, Pied Piper, and many more! This anthology will also feature:

-The thrilling introduction of new hero DREAMER in the DCU (as seen on The CW's Supergirl)!

-A pinup gallery with art by Travis Moore, Kris Anka, Kevin Wada, Sophie Campbell, Nick Robles, and more!

-Six exciting new profiles of DCTV's LGBTQIA+ characters and the actors who play them!

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DC PRIDE 2022 #1

DC's 2022 celebration kicks off with more stories, more characters, and more pride than ever before! This anthology features thirteen all-new stories spotlighting LGBTQIA+ fan-favorites new and old including Superman (Jon Kent), Nubia, Tim Drake, Kid Quick, Aquaman (Jackson Hyde), Green Lantern (Jo Mullein), Alysia Yeoh, the Ray, Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, Batwoman, and more!

This special also includes:

• A Multiversity: Teen Justice kickoff story spotlighting Kid Quick and written by the miniseries team, Danny Lore and Ivan Cohen!
• An introduction by activist, actress, and real-life superhero Nicole Maines that will include a teaser for her upcoming Dreamer project!
• Pinups by P. Craig Russell, J.J. Kirby, and more!

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DC Pride is back again with a brave, bold, and all-new collection of stories starring DC’s stable of fan-favorite LGBTQIA+ characters—many of whom will find themselves in thrilling team-ups the likes of which you’ve never seen before!

DC’s 2023 Pride collection of books and comics will be available at your local comic book shop, bookstore, library, and beyond, delivering bold stories, brave characters, and more pride than ever. DC Pride 2023 #1, DC’s annual anthology containing all-new stories spotlighting LGBTQIA+ fan favorites, will be published on May 30. The 104-page Prestige format comic will feature an introduction by Phil Jimenez, a main cover by Mateus Manhanini, and open-to-order variant covers by Gabriel Picolo (wraparound), Jen Bartel (spot foil), and Oscar Vega (cardstock).

he DC Pride 2023 creative teams and the characters they are developing stories for include:

Tim Drake and Connor Hawke by Nadia Shammas and Bruka Jones
Circuit Breaker and the Flash of Earth-11 by A.L. Kaplan
Midnighter, Apollo and Alan Scott Green Lantern by Josh Trujillo and Don Aguillo
Ghost-Maker and Catman vs. Cannon and Saber by Rex Ogle and Stephen Sadowski
Jon Kent and John Constantine by Christopher Cantwell and Skylar Patridge
Natasha Irons and Nubia by Mildred Louis
Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, and Crush by Leah Williams and Paulina Ganucheau
Multiversity by Grant Morrison and Hayden Sherman

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The DC Book of Pride Is a Tribute to LGBTQ+ Superheroes Throughout History

For Jadzia Axelrod, the galaxy’s the limit for what’s possible — and she wants every queer, superhero-loving kid to feel that way, too.

After writing breakout hit graphic novel Galaxy: The Prettiest Star with artist Jess Taylor in 2022, Axelrod is continuing to make waves at DC Comics, where she’s getting ready to launch her anticipated Hawkgirl ongoing series this summer. But just in time for Pride Month, Axelrod has another, very special project hitting shelves via the children’s publisher DK: The DC Book of Pride, an illustrated guide to 57 LGBTQ+ characters across DC’s history, stretching from the very first Green Lantern created in 1940 to new heroes who just debuted in the past year.

Intended for younger readers, the format of DC Book of Pride will be immediately familiar to anyone who grew up flipping through DK’s visually rich encyclopedias and reference books. Each entry features key art of a hero or villain from one of their published appearances, along with a quote that sums up the character’s personality, information about their first appearance and notable associations, and of course, a new biography written by Axelrod. (There’s even a handy glossary in the back, where young readers can learn the definition of “intersex” and “queer” alongside equally essential terms like “Speed Force” and “Teen Titans Academy.”)

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