Black Panther

In this week's episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) and @GrahamNolan discuss the latest Emmy nominations, get basement flooding insurance after the release of new photos from Black Panther, and celebrate the diverse cast of Freeform's New Warriors in This Week in Queer.  ...continue »
In this week's episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) and @GrahamNolan discuss the Black Panther teaser from last week, wonder if the Bluths will be part of the Han Solo movie now that Ron Howard is directing, and Graham wonders about a new plot point from Marvel's Secret Empire in our new Question of the Week. ...continue »
A first look at 2017's other Wonder Woman movie (no, not Justice League)! Plus: Black Panther brings big-budget Afrofuturism to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and we pay respects to the late Adam West ...continue »
Hodor campaigns for gay marriage; Marvel gives Squirrel Girl a lesbian teammate on TV, while erasing queer characters from the Black Panther movie; Carmen Sandiego returns, probably without the aid of Rockapella; and the Dark Phoenix saga comes to the big screen. Again. ...continue »
2017 will be a good year for phallic monsters, and not just amidst the Republican Party. ...continue »
In this Thanksgiving episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) and @GrahamNolan bring you something to listen to while you avoid your family. We discuss the new trailer for the Netflix show A Series of Unfortunate Events, Angela Bassett joining Black Panther, and celebrate the reveal of D-Man being gay in This Week in Queer.  ...continue »
The Harbingers, Shuri, the 'Stagers... everybody's back! SuperQueeros: all that's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer in comics today! ...continue »
GAY DUMBLEDORE, finally on screen? Plus Star Wars, Mulan, and some Black Panther-related controversy. ...continue »
With both major comic companies staring down the barrel of relaunches, which one is more diverse? This week, we look at how each company stacks up for racial diversity. ...continue »