This summer, DC Comics will once again celebrate and spotlight DC’s fan-favorite LGBTQIA+ characters and show fans more pride than ever before in DC Pride 2022, a new 100+ page Prestige format annual anthology comic, a new young adult graphic novel, launching three new comic book series, and publish a new Tim Drake special.
Along with these publications, DC Pride variant covers will also be featured across multiple series, many of which feature DC’s leading LGBTQIA+ characters, including Jon Kent, Nubia, Jackson Hyde, Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, Tim Drake and more.
Today, DC reveals Blood Syndicate: Season One #2‘s Pride Variant by Mateus Manhanini and Robin #15‘s Pride Variant by Lynne Yoshii!
Blood Syndicate: Season One #2‘s Pride Variant by Mateus Manhanini:
Robin #15‘s Pride Variant by Lynne Yoshii:
Check out the other Pride Month Variants for these titles:
Nightwing #93 Pride Variant by Nick Robles
Action Comics #1044 Pride Variant by Derek Charm
Aquamen #5 Pride Variant by Joe Phillips
Batman #124 Pride Variant by Amy Reeder
Nubia Queen of the Amazons #1 Pride Variant by Kevin Wada
DC Pride: Tim Drake Special #1 Pride Variant by Travis G. Moore
Poison Ivy #1 Pride Variant by Kris Anka
Superman: Son of Kal-El #12 Pride Variant by David Talaski
Wonder Woman #788 Pride Variant by Nicole Goux
Harley Quinn #16 Pride Variant by Olivier Coipel
Multiversity: Teen Justice #1 Pride Variant by Stephen Byrne
Fans can celebrate DC Pride and read comics featuring DC’s LGBTQIA+ characters year-round by visiting the DC UNIVERSE PRIDE hub page on DC UNIVERSE INFINITE, DC’s premium digital comic book service. New titles are added every month, and a selection of free-to-read titles will be featured for registered users during Pride! The first four issues of Superman: Son of Kal-El are available now for subscribers, with the groundbreaking big issue featuring Jon Kent and Jay Nakamura—Superman: Son of Kal-El #5—arriving on DC UNIVERSE INFINITE soon!
DC is proud to be working in partnership with LGBTQIA+ organizations such as PFLAG National, The Trevor Project, Family Equality, Human Rights Campaign, Athlete Ally, Mermaids(UK), Inside Out (Canada), and more, to celebrate Pride in 2022. Through paneling, events, advertising, outreach and more, these partnerships help to create a more inclusive and compassionate culture for all Super Hero fans and provide resources for readers looking to learn more about these nonprofit organizations.
Stay tuned for more Pride announcements from DC and WarnerMedia between now and June!
NEWS WATCH: DC Comics Pride-Themed Variant Covers Revealed!
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