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Episode 5 gets real and Captain Lorca gets nicknames. ★ SPOILERS ★  ...continue »

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Join Geeks OUT DC in the Red Room Bar if you dare (and bring a friend)! We'll be chatting about Halloween costumes, the high heel race, all the parties and games we're getting into on that beautiful night, and of course the premiere of Stranger Things Season Two! We can't wait to see you and catch up. RSVP on Facebook: ...continue »
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Trailers for Star Wars, Justice League, Season 2 of Stranger Things, the latest X-Men spinoff, and the return of The X-Files have me hyped for geek media in late 2017 and beyond. Plus: a possible reboot of a certain sexy-alien-teen-romance series. ...continue »
George Romero's zombie classic looks and sounds new in this revelatory re-release ...continue »
In this week's episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) is joined by @IanxCarlos as they discuss Porgs in the new Star Wars: The Last Jedi trailer, give hot takes on the Justice League trailer, and celebrate the reveal of a new Storm solo series from Ta-Nehisi Coates as our Strong Female Character of the Week. ...continue »
The second year of the badass genre film festival features queer content and a focus on Mexican directors ...continue »
Literally the only comic series about a young woman and a magically resurrected detective who work together as baristas and also as supernatural crime fighters ...continue »
Gert's back! Oh, and Iceman's stuck in the past, the Renegades are stuck in a massacre, and Harley's stuck in space. But Gert is back!  SuperQueeros: all that's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer in comics today! ...continue »
AHS: Cult recap for ep 6 (I kinda sorta liked this one too) ...continue »
Episode 4 of Discovery gives us character growth, questionable judgment, sudden yet inevitable betrayal, loose canons and those who must deal with them, and a whole lot of spores and those who love them. ★ SPOILERS ★ ...continue »
Black superhero families on Netflix, Amazon adapting some beloved sci-fi series, a decidedly odd Neil Gaiman adaptation, and the Pacific Rim sequel (apparently the apocalypse didn't quite get cancelled). ...continue »