A con virgin's telling of his first time experiencing the glory, splendor, and unadulterated geekiness of his first con ...continue »
Queer comics pioneer Howard Cruse recently posted a panorama strip from 1984 showing how the theme of pride can resonate through all types of people, across many generations, and in a variety of different ways. ...continue »
Could Namor have worn less??? He almost did! The amazing Olivier Coipel gives us a look at his process for designing costumes for the Phoenix Five!...continue »
Rey Arzeno, the artist behind this stunning homage to the LGBT characters of Marvel. has contributed a poster-size print to Geeks OUT. It will be raffled off tonight at the Mighty Mutant Marriage Extravaganza! We asked him a few questions about the process of creating the piece and about his life as a queer geek. ...continue »
Manga artist and public art creator Rica Takashima talks to an Italian comics site about her career as a queer cartoonist in both Japan and the U.S. She elaborates on how she developed her unique style, why she moved to NYC, and how she's taking part in Italy's first queer manga imprint....continue »
The hoopla over queer comic characters has made it to CNN's blog. Is the internet breaking in half??...continue »
What do you get when you mix a gay homebody with a hunky guardian angel? 'Abel Boddy,' that's what! C. Edwards' unique take on homotastic everyday life is a fabulous blend of humor and hotness, and he's shared some of the stories behind the strip and what's in store for the characters. ...continue »
Help "So Super Duper" take to the sky as a trade paperback! ...continue »
Northstar, whose impending gay nuptials are being teased as a big upcoming Marvel event, finally gets some screen time in Astonishing X-Men #48 only to be called by the wrong name 3 times. ...continue »
I had the fortune to come across the vivid superhero pinups of Baltimore area comics artist Sean Anderson. He graciously answered a couple questions for Geeks OUT about his eye-catching art. ...continue »