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Concluding the partly-loving, partly-snarky look at mainstream comics' first gay superhero. ...continue »
John Lewis' March is an excellent addition to a growing tradition of using comics to tell stories that give context to historical events. ...continue »
A partly-loving, partly-snarky look at DC's first gay superhero. ...continue »
A new sci-fi webcomic on Geeks OUT! Five explorers venture into the mysterious core of an all-encompassing mountain where evolution has run amok! Strap on your snow shoes, charge your radio-fibrous cloak, align your mystical stones, pre-program your science tools, feed your helper-nymph, and join us for a journey unlike any other! ...continue »
Favorite characters are being reimagined with an eye for diversity. A talk with some top creators infusing mainstream comics with a modern, diverse spin. ...continue »
What went into making The X-Men with legendary scribe Chris Claremont, who wrote Uncanny X-Men for 17 years! The X-Men is a diverse found-family that l resonated powerfully with LGBT readers and was crucial reading material for several generations of queer geeks, despite having few explicitly queer characters. ...continue »
A Midtown East edition of Geeks OUT travel and tourism guide for the greatest gay and geeky adventures! ...continue »
7 questions posed to an LGBT comics creator that produce thoughtful answers. ...continue »
A Midtown East edition of Geeks OUT travel and tourism guide for the greatest gay and geeky adventures! ...continue »