Love is Love Comic From DC & IDW to Help LGBTQ Orlando Shooting Victims

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There are so many ways to commemorate and show stand united in the fight against bigotry and racism. To honor the victims of the June 2015 Orlando shooting, DC Comics and IDW Publishing have teamed up to create the Love is Love comic.

The project is a 144-page comic book, which will aim to benefit the Equality Florida as well as help those who have been affected by the Pulse nightclub attack, The New York Times reported.


Marc Andreyko, a comic book writer and organizer of the project revealed that the comic will comprise of over 100 stories, wherein every story is just one to two pages long.

"Events like this shouldn't be compartmentalized. They should hurt and we should want to change for the better."

Love is Love will have stories from the likes of Phil Jimenez (known for his work in Superwoman), and James Tynion IV, who is a writer for Detective Comics. Other names linked to the project include Patton Oswalt, Olivier Coipel, and Damon Lindelof.

The fund-raising project will be priced at $9.99, with proceeds going to the benefit and the tragedy's victims. Love is Love will be out sometime in December.

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