Guardians of the Galaxy

In this week's episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) is joined by John Jennison (@Johnneecurtis) as they discuss DC Comics introducing a genderqueer character in Suicide Squad, groove to the Guardians "Inferno" music video, and celebrate Gillian Anderson as our Strong Female Character of the Week.  ...continue »
In this week's episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) is joined once again by @GrahamNolan as they discuss the beginning of Marvel's Secret Empire, how Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 explores found family, and celebrate Image's Pride Month variants in This Week in Queer.  ...continue »
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 marks the return of our favorite heroes (for hire) and we find them not too long after we last left them. The film continues with the same exuberant color palette of its predecessor while raising the stakes of the visual fanfare turning into a frenzy for the sense. ...continue »
In this special live recording of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) and @GrahamNolan are joined by special guests: Nicole Gitau (@cocodevaux) & from Massive Goods (@gaymanga) Anne Ishii (@ill_iterate) as they discuss representation in pop culture, and Captain Marvel joining the USA Winter Olympic team as our Strong Female Character of the Week. ...continue »
Gay Iceman's gay comics, plus video game news, Star Trek casting, and Baby Groot! ...continue »
Gay Iceman gets a gay comic, plus trailers for upcoming Marvel films, a big Star Wars casting announcement, and a look at the author of what's probably the world's most delightfully insane gay erotica. ...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 »
Graham and Jono get cosmic about whom to bang, whom to bitch out, and whom to take out for mimosas and ricotta pancakes. Nobody asked about Drax. ...continue »
The Children's Place continues a longstanding retailer tradition of not including female heroes in their superhero products. ...continue »
The rise, fall, and rise of Marvel's latest star, and the more depressing story of the author who created him....continue »