DC and Marvel Unveil LGBTQ+ Projects and Variant Covers Ahead of Pride Month
Celebrating inclusivity and diversity through their superheroes.
As June approaches, DC Comics and Marvel are both looking to celebrate Pride Month for 2022 through their own superheroes, and the two entertainment companies have now offered a preview of what’s to come.
On the DC side, fans will be presented with the company’s anthology series DC Pride 2022 on May 31, and there’ll be three new limited series that feature Teen Justice and Tim Drake’s Robin, Nubia and Poison Ivy. Other series will also have variant covers of Batman, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Nightwing, Harley Quinn and Conor Kent.
As for Marvel, you’ll have a similar Marvel’s Voices: Pride issue as well as eight variant covers for other stories that’ll feature Somnus, Destiny, Iceman, America Chavez, Valkyrie, Daken, Karma, and Aaron Fischer aka Captain America of the Railways.
Preview the new series and variant covers up in the gallery above, and learn more about the upcoming celebrations from both DC and Marvel via the links in the tweets down below.
This June, Marvel Comics celebrates Pride Month with ‘Marvel’s Voices: Pride’! ?️? Learn more: https://t.co/oCQRnOtJp4 pic.twitter.com/KdL4XL8hf8
— Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) March 15, 2022
The DC Multiverse belongs to everyone! ? Join the #DCPride celebration this June, with even more stories coming all year long: https://t.co/3P2g3Fk0PA pic.twitter.com/gMlYrQa2LM
— DC (@DCComics) March 15, 2022
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