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Netflix’s first LGBTQ Animated Series “Q-Force” releases Official Teaser!

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Netflix’s first LGBTQ animated series, “Q-Force,” releases an official teaser! Netflix has released the first trailer for their new show, Q-Force. The Netflix Original Animated Series will be based on the comic book series of the same name, which features a group of LGBTQ superheroes who are led by a queer couple, “Captain Q and Keisha.”

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Netflix’s First Queer Superheroes Come to Life in ‘Q-FORCE’ Trailer Netflix has released an animated teaser from its upcoming Netflix original series “Q-force” that seems like Marvel Comics meets Pixar Animation Studios. With all these superhero movies coming out with little girls as heroes – Black Widow in Avengers: Endgame, Captain Marvel, Wonder Woman 1984, Captain Marvel 2020 Netflix is setting out to release an animated series with a queer superhero cast.

The show will be based on a comic book of the same name, which features LGBTQ superheroes led by a gay couple “Captain Q and Keisha.” But Netflix’s interpretation takes its own spin on reality as it includes some of Netflix’s most prominent heroes like Stranger Things Eleven and also Danny Rand from Iron Fist.

Voice Artists and Characters for Netflix’s Q-Force

The Lead Cast in Netflix’s ‘Q-Force’ Series Revealed Netflix has revealed who’s voicing lead roles for their upcoming original animated series “Q-force” that premieres this fall.

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The series will have 10-episodes and features an all-star voice cast. This includes Sean Hayes, David Harbour, Patti Harrison, Laurie Metcalf, Matt Rogers, Wanda Sykes, and Gary Cole.

In addition to voice talents such as Alison Brie (GLOW) and Justin Roiland (Rick and Morty), Netflix has also revealed the show’s lead cast, which includes “Stranger Things Eleven,” Danny Rand (Iron Fist), and “Doctor Strange” Master of Time.

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Release Date Confirmations for the Superseries

‘Q-Force’ Netflix has finally confirmed that their upcoming original animated series “Q-force” will release on September 2nd, 2021.

The show will premiere at San Diego Comic-Con to an overwhelming response and excitement from the audience. The Netflix panel also revealed more information about ‘Tales of Arcadia,’ a three-season plan for all the interconnected stories in this universe.

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Q-Force Official Teaser

Netflix released an official teaser trailer for their first LGBTQ animated series, “Q-Force.”

The trailer gave some insight into how this series will be handled by Netflix’s team as they’ve been careful to not make it all about a coming out story for anyone character but instead letting viewers know that these LGBTQ superheroes are just like anyone else in their life – trying to balance work with personal relationships.

Q-Force Plot Details: What is the series about?

The Netflix animated series “Q-Force” is about a group of LGBTQ superheroes fighting to save the world. Netflix has been very clear. That this series is not a coming-out story for any of the characters, but rather it’s about these LGBTQ heroes just trying to balance work with their personal relationships. Netflix also released plot details; on YouTube as well: “Q-Force follows an eclectic group; of queer superheroes in Arcadia. Who strive to maintain justice and peace.”

LGBTQ animated comedy 'Q-Force' Season 1 is coming to Netflix September 2021 -

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I would love to see Netflix make a full-length cartoon; about the Emoji movie; if they did “Q-Force,” it seems like that could be an interesting idea. Another show I would enjoy is one; based on Death Note. Or even just a Netflix Original Animation Series, with more superheroes fighting against evil forces.

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This show is not just about coming out stories. It’s about living your life and balancing work with relationships; of any kind. Netflix also mentions in the video; that this isn’t the only animation. But they have heroes that are from different backgrounds and ethnicities, which I think is really cool to see more diversity in some way besides just race or sexual orientation. The plot details Netflix shares on YouTube say: “An eclectic group of queer superheroes striving to maintain justice and peace,” so I would love to see how these characters grow as well as what conflicts they may come across.

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What are some Netflix animated series similar to Q-Force?

It seems like Netflix might be looking at other popular Netflix animated shows such as Voltron Legendary Defender or Castlevania; both have different groups of people fighting against evil forces, and it looks like Netflix will continue doing the same thing with “Q-force,” which could make them one of the standout new kids on Netflix block.

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