That 70's Show: Search form. Search for: The go-to source for comic book and superhero movie fans. The demand for the book in trade paperback proved the title was striking a bigger audience than weekly sales implied, so with "Rebirth" DC gave the green light to a brand new series, "Midnighter and Apollo" - not only reuniting the duo, but giving a gay couple a headlining comic of their own. When the announcement was made, Gal Gadot voiced her support of the choice and the reasoning, so many are hoping to see this displayed on screen later this year. Now comics fans and the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender LGBT blogosphere is abuzz with news that a major DC Comics character will "come out" in a future issue.
As a queer Latina raised by two mothers, Chavez represents the face of a more modern America and would offer a whole new demographic of moviegoers the chance to see themselves kicking ass on screen.
Shazam has not been officially introduced in the story yet. The first issue wasted no time, with the title heroes saving the day, enjoying a dinner group, then showing their attraction to eachother physically. We started checking around on the story, and we noticed that it was actively being discussed on the DC Comics message boards. Featuring the entirety of the Marvel Universe of characters!
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