DC’s 2022 celebration kicks off with more stories, more characters, and more pride than ever before! This anthology features 13 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!
GWWSo in my opinion, DC Pride #1 2022 is a beautiful, fantastic and all round absolutely brilliant celebration of some of the amazing and wonderful LGBTQIA+ characters and creators DC has! A book well worth the $10 cover price and definitely worth picking up.
But Why Tho?DC Pride 2022 is a well-put-together look at stories from across the wider DC Universe that feel crafted with genuine love and care.
Dark Knight NewsOnce again DC has presented us with a rounded and exquisite presentation of the kinds of people on the LGBTQ+ spectrum. DC Pride 2022 truly offers many heroes we can all be proud of and they're always around, not just for Pride month
Get Your Comic OnNot only an uplifting selection of celebratory stories, DC Pride 2022 is a book of immeasurable importance. Not only do books like this allow us to see facets of ourselves in our heroes, it also seeks to educate others about the problems many people face on a daily basis, even today.
Women Write About Comics - WWAC
Comics BookcaseAs poignant as they are celebratory, the 12 short stories in The DC Pride 2022 #1 one-shot are varied and wonderful, made possible by DC Comics sustained commitment to welcoming LGBTQ characters into their superhero universe.
ComicBook.comMuch like its predecessor, DC Pride 2022 is a pitch-perfect and endlessly-delightful celebration of the publisher's LGBTQ+ characters. But this year's installment manages to be something so much more significant, cathartic, and triumphant than anything else in the space, in a way that could not be more fitting for DC's ever-growing roster of LGBTQ+ characters. While some stories might be a smidge more impactful than others, the entire experience of reading DC Pride 2022 is unparalleled, with stories that will make readers emotional in all of the right ways. This just might be one of the best and most important anthologies DC has put out in recent memory, and that's a cause for celebration.
Batman-NewsIf I’m being honest, this book isn’t for me. That’s weird, right? I’m a gay man. I should be the core audience for a celebratory Pride issue. But I’m not. I don’t know if this is intentional on DC’s part – perhaps it is – but the book feels like it is targeted toward young kids. That’s how the stories are crafted anyway. That’s the tone and how the characters are written. For me though, it just doesn’t appear to be executed well. It’s almost as if DC missed the point with a number of these stories. So, if I were going to recommend something, it wouldn’t be this. If you want gay comics, go pick up Generations by Flavia Biondi. Hell, Love is Love will show you what this comic could be. If you want gay super-hero content, go pick up The Authority, Midnighter, or Greg Rucka’s Batwoman. All are far superior to the sum of these parts here. I’m happy DC’s releasing these books, but I think they can do better, and I genuinely hope they do.