DC Pride 2023 Is Getting A Second Printing!!

by Joshua Raynor
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DC’s recently released anthology, DC Pride 2023, had such a popular outing that it is officially going back to press for a second printing, available July 11!

If you missed out on the initial run and would like to get a copy, be sure to contact your local comic shop today!!

DC Pride 2023 second printing cover by Oscar Vega

‘DC Pride 2023’ Goes Back to Press!

Oscar Vega’s Stylish Artwork to Cover New ‘DC Pride 2023’ Printing Available 7/11

DC Pride 2023, DC’s 104-page anthology starring DC’s fan-favorite LGBTQIA+ characters, is going back to press! New copies of the sold-out DC Pride 2023 anthology are being rushed from the printer into local comic shops for a July 11 in-store date. Oscar Vega’s original variant cover will be featured on the new printing (shown above).

Praise for DC Pride 2023:

“From high fashion looks to cute smooches, the comics have never been queerer.”

“Every page of this book is about being visible, being loud, and just being here in the face of adversity.”
—The Beat

“With a grab-bag of stories, essays, pin-ups, and remembrances, this year’s anthology moves between the joyful and the angry, the playful and the bittersweet, all with grace, humor, and pure, queer fun.”

“DC Pride 2023
 delivers a thoughtful, well-crafted piece of art that functions as a celebration, a statement, and a reminder that these characters, these creators, these stories, and indeed people of all identities deserve to hold their own space in our community.”

“Shows a grand fantasy that indeed colors our real world. That when people can live free in their truth, we all can emerge in a far more colorful and beautiful place.”
—Forces of Geek


Includes an introduction by Phil Jimenez, a preview of the upcoming Bad Dream graphic novel starring Dreamer (written by Nicole Maines and drawn by Rye Hickman!), pinups by artists Angel Solorzano, Noah Dao, Babs Tarr, Maria Llovet, Brandt & Stein, Claire Roe with Triona Farrell, Travis Moore with Tamra Bonvillain, a tribute to trailblazing comics writer Rachel Pollack from Neil Gaiman, Tom Peyer, Jadzia Axelrod, and more.

With over 100 pages of original stories and content, DC Pride 2023 celebrates the bravest and the boldest of DC’s Super Heroes.

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