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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 »
Could the third season of this series actually include canonically queer characters? Let's hope so. ...continue »
2016 is in the past now, and I think we can all agree that we’re glad that’s over. To start this new year fresh, we’re getting together at Black Cat DC from 6:00 - 9:00 for drinks, games, catching up and meeting your local geeks. They’ve got pinball, pool and some classic arcade games, including Marvel Vs. Capcom 2, so bring those quarters! The Red Room bar is cash only but there are several ATMs on site....continue »
Black Cat DC
1811 14th Street, NW
Washington, DC  
Thursday
January 5, 2017
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
#DC
Anti-heroes are the new heroes. There is a fantastic complexity to characters who have a constant internal battle between what they consider “good’ and “evil”. It shatters the perception that a hero is someone who is never tempted by the dark side. ...continue »
Let's be honest, getting a good representation of diversity in comic book films have always been a losing struggle. Part of the problem comes in the purist adaptations of iconic comic book characters because the majority of them were created in a time where there was no non-white representation in comic books. ...continue »