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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 »
Rachel and Ari are back and have actually enjoyed something for once in their bizarre, queer lives. Sing along to the one review that asks the question: what was that villain guy's name again? No really. We just call him Ray Romano the entire time. Incidentally, apologies to Ray Romano. ...continue »
Wonder Woman arrives to save the DC Cinematic Universe, plus the return of Runaways and the cancellation of the ambitious Sense8. ...continue »
I'll be the first to admit that I wanted Wonder Woman to succeed, and that may have given me rose colored lenses while watching it. As a man of science, I had to make sure my feelings for Wonder Woman remained the same so I saw it again and was able to take a closer look at what I liked, what I loved, and what I found problematic. ...continue »
Partnering with our friends over at Fantom Comics for this month's Queer Book Club! Gay manga legend Gengoroh Tagame, best known around here for his erotic work published by​ Massive, is finally getting an English-language release of his powerful slice-of-life comic My Brother’s Husband. Translator Anne Ishii will join us for the event!...continue »
Fantom Comics
2010 P Street, NW
Washington, DC  
Saturday
May 27, 2017
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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DC launches its own streaming service, He-Man's fabulous secret powers head to cinemas, and a new look at the Twin Peaks limited series. Plus: Ms. Marvel writer G. Willow Wilson on the new "socialist-Muslim-homosexual alliance". ...continue »
Classic Hanna-Barbera cartoon character Snagglepuss gets a queer re-imagining from emerging creator Mark Russell ...continue »
Characters who are queer and Jewish, from DC's Batwoman and Marvel's Wiccan, have only recently begun to be represented in comics, and that needs to be recognized, especially in the current political climate ...continue »
Geeks OUT chats with Lilah Sturges about her comics career and coming out as trans ...continue »