cocodevaux

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Cross-referencing. Like a lady Giles.
Resides in Brooklyn
What I'm ReadingSaga, The Unwritten, Buffy S9, Angel & Faith. Catching up on Promethea, Rex Libris
What I'm PlayingD&D, just this month! Never done it and I'd like the nerd street cred!
What I'm WatchingStandard geek fare: Doctor Who, Torchwood, anything in the Whedonverse, BSG

Recent Posts by cocodevaux

Geeks OUT Logo Tee

Support your queermunity!

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A Vicious Visit to The New York Times

In conversation with Sirs Ian McKellen & Derek Jacobi

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Awesome Cosplay at Awesome Con: Part II

So much awesome in DC this weekend.

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Comments

anthony.kuhns
 on Tue, June 2, 2015

I love the coven!

cocodevaux
 on Thu, June 4, 2015

Their Supreme is everything.

Chatting with Nicole J. Georges

An interview with the author of Calling Dr. Laura.

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GeeksOUT on HBO's Looking (Kinda)

GeeksOUT tees on the TV!

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Comments

mikestopcontinues
 on Mon, March 9, 2015

Awesome!

Aria Baci
 on Tue, March 10, 2015

Triple awesome!

I Prefer Pink: Katee Sackhoff wins the POWER/RANGERS Fan Film

My love for Starbuck morphs into a love for the lady Ranger.

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Comments

meredithlopez76
 on Fri, February 27, 2015

I wasn't a PR fan as a kid -- it was a little past my time -- but as a parent whose kid is deeply into ever Power Rangers incarnation on Netflix right now (approximately 12,687 of them) I appreciate the cathartic effect of this short. If we can get something like this with Daniel Tiger, I'll be all set.

cocodevaux
in response to meredithlopez76
 on Mon, March 9, 2015

I like my kids' shows like I like my coffee: dark.

Just kidding, I don't drink coffee. Still, kids' entertainment is best served with an MA rating.

Exodus: As in, "let's leave the black people behind!"

Ridley Scott crafts an Egyptian epic, refuses to admit Egypt is in Africa.

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Holy sexism, Batman!

Female fans are saying NO to "Batman's Wife" merch, because ew.

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