Geeks OUT talks with the director of Princess Principal about the anime's aesthetics and themes, and whether we're just imagining a same-sex romance between two of its main characters ...continue »
In our our fourth episode, we talk all things X-Men comics. Is Anole the queer role model we've always wanted? Yes. Will Bling be the Cardi B of X-Men lore? Seriously. Get into this tea. ...continue »
Reboots of board game adaptations, superheroes, and sexy witches! The Pikachu movie starts filming! And our first look at Brie Larson as Captain Marvel. ...continue »
In this week's episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) is joined by Blaine Horton (@antisepticle) as they celebrate Flame Con's move to Times Square, celebrate the GLAAD Media Award nominees, and Marvel at Brie Larson serving Avengers 4 lewks as our Strong Female Character of the Week.  ...continue »
We're putting a bunch of nerdy-ass voice actors playing Dungeons and Dragons under the LGBTQ magnifying glass, to see just how queer these new heroes of Exandria are ...continue »
The second episode of DCTV's newest series features Judeo-Christian imagery, murder, and lesbians ★ SPOILERS ★ ...continue »
The last week of the first month of 2018: time for crossovers, slumber parties, and a glimpse into the alternate possible futures ahead of us! SuperQueeros: all that's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer in comics today! ...continue »
First-time novelist Claire Kann's coming of age tale about a a Black biromantic asexual woman makes us swoon ...continue »
The Handmaid's Tale returns to depress us, but gay teen romance Love, Simon cheers us up. Also: a new trailer for the Tomb Raider movie reboot. ...continue »
In this week episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) is joined by Lynae DePriest (@ThoughtressPoet) as they discuss the new trailer for Tomb Raider, take a sneak peak at Freeform's Cloak & Dagger, check out the new Heathers reboot, and celebrate Love, Simon in This Week in Queer.  ...continue »
The romantic conclusion to Liz Jacobs's queer coming-of-age duology satisfies in more ways than one ...continue »