The co-writers of «Batwoman» are leaving the comic after DC Comics prohibited a lesbian wedding between the superhero and her girlfriend.
Batwoman Creative Team Quits After DC Editors Prohibit Planned Lesbian Marriage. By Mey and best written and drawn characters in the DC universe since she took over Detective Comics in 2009
Sep 05, 2013 · ‘Batwoman’ Creative Team Quits After DC Comics Nixes Lesbian Marriage Storyline It marked the first lesbian marriage proposal in mainstream comics «We’re both heartbroken over …
The creative team on DC Comics’ «Batwoman,» a comic book starring a lesbian crimefighter, have quit the title, citing editorial decisions by DC that they say «compromise the character and the
Sep 06, 2013 · Batwoman writers quit DC Comics after lesbian marriage storyline dropped Two writers who co-author the Batwoman comic book series have resigned from DC Comics citing last minute changes to their
The wedding , which had been expected to be shown on panel following Batwoman’s proposal last February (the first lesbian proposal in the genre’s history), was not pulled due to concerns over
According to the two, DC Editorial nixed a Killer Croc origin story, significantly altered the ending to the current Batwoman arc, and refused to let Batwoman marry her fiancée Maggie Sawyer.
Sep 05, 2013 · The authors of «Batwoman» are exiting due to creative differences with DC Comics. Their decision came, in part, after an alleged ban on a same-sex marriage …
‘Batwoman’ Writers Quit as DC Comics ‘Prohibits’ Lesbian Marriage Troye Sivan has released the lyric video for “Revelation”, a track written for the gay conversion therapy drama in
Batwoman’s Lesbian Marriage Problem were a new origin story for Killer Croc and Batwoman’s marriage to her fiancé, Maggie Sawyer. a refusal to believe that good stories can be told
J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman have announced they’ll be leaving as the editorial team on Batwoman, citing DC’s editorial interference and in particular, the publisher’s refusal to allow
In her new origin story, Kate Kane (Batwoman) was a student at the U.S. Military Academy who chose to quit the academy rather than hide her lesbian sexual preferences. The storyline was written
DC forbids Batwoman’s gay marriage, creative team leaves [Updated!] J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman have announced they’ll be leaving as the editorial… Read more Read
DC Comics’ Batwoman title has made waves once again, but probably not how they intended. In September 2013, the creative team of J.H. Williams III and W. Haden Blackman left Batwoman .