This week Anthony and Jason couldn't wait a whole two weeks to talk about developments on Agents of Shield with the introduction of the MCU's first canon LGBT superhero, Joey Gutierrez. We also go over the return of Heroes and Gotham.
We catch up over Anthony's experience at Throwing Shade's live show, the new legendary pokemon, Zygarde, and why it freaks out Anthony. Jason dished about the news coming out of D23 about upcoming Marvel movies. Our topics this week include jumping on the Fantastic Four bandwagon of criticism and gushing over Monster High dolls and their new canonically queer character!
Anthony and Jason catch up over Ant-Man, the new Jem & the Holograms comic series, gush about the latest developments in our favorite animated tv show, Stephen Universe, and groan at the missed opportunity that is Disney's Descendants. But that's not all!
Hey Betches! Hi folks! So we've been known to go on hiatuses every now and then... but this last one was a doozy! We're back this week and in rare form. This episode is all ladies all the time. With Marvel's release of Fearless Defenders and their all women X-men, we've got a lot of divas floatin' around.
The betches are coming out of the woodwork nowadays! The ever affable (and my personal crush) Greg Pak (credits include World War Hulk, Phoenix: Endsong, Alpha Flight, etc.) in the latest issue of X-Treme X-men that General James Howlett, the Wolverine of Earth 208, hinted at a relationship between Howlett and his universe's Hercules.
Now, I don't think it's a far cry to say that Buffy has a strong following in the queer community. The messages of empowerment, overcoming oppression, and accepting one's full self all resonate deeply with the experience of queer kids.