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Y: The Last Man might actually be a TV series. Plus: The CW renews almost everything, Deadpool fights cancer, a Last Starfighter remake, and 70s British punk meets human-alien interspecies teen romance. ...continue »
The much-anticipated trailer for Avengers: Infinity War arrives. Plus: a possible Buffy reboot, Ava DuVernay making a New Gods movie, the trailer for the latest Potterverse film, and more. ...continue »
The Washington, DC Chapter of Geeks OUT is back on with our monthly happy hours at Black Cat! Come check out their newly renovated space for drinks, chatting and the games in the bar. I can’t promise this won’t just be people screaming about how amazing Black Panther was for the entire night. I think that’s just how all events are going to be from now on and we’re all better off for it. But let’s also get hyped and make some plans to see A Wrinkle in Time so it kills at the box office just as much!...continue »
Black Cat
1811 14th St NW
Washington, DC 20009  
Monday
March 5, 2018
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
A Mario Bros. movie may be happening (and not like the last time). Plus: a weird teaser for the Deadpool sequel, and a sobering look at harassment and its enablers in the comics industry. ...continue »
The origin story of Wonder Woman's creators and their mutual lover Olive Byrne brings non-monogamy to mainstream movies ...continue »
The new Black Panther trailer is a feast for the senses. Plus: Laura Dern in Star Wars, and a possible CW superhero series with a queer lead. ...continue »
A look back at a rare queer-themed story published by DC Comics 25 years ago ...continue »
The Xena reboot is dead for now. Meanwhile, AHS freaks out over the 2016 election, James Cameron takes a shot at Wonder Woman, TV's Teen Titans finds its Starfire, and Warner Bros. goes on a Joker kick. ...continue »
San Diego Comic-Con brings us a news overload, but I've got some of the highlights. Plus: a new Blade Runner trailer, and controversy surrounds the next HBO series from the talent behind Game of Thrones. ...continue »
NeatherRealm serves superhero realness in the sequel to their best-selling fighting game Injustice: Gods Among Us ...continue »