Wonder Woman

You know, I could really do with some awesome, queer superheroes this week. Thankfully, that call has been answered by Diana, Kate, Bobby, Toni, America, and so many more... SuperQueeros: all that's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer in comics today! ...continue »
In this week's episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) and @GrahamNolan talk about all the announcements from D23 and SDCC, wonder if they can be in a polyamorous relationship with Dr. Marston & the Wonder Women, and boo the haters & celebrate the first female actor to portray The Doctor as our Strong Female Character of the Week. ...continue »
GamerGaters gonna Gate, but one critic gives them the respect they deserve (hint: very little). Plus: the surprise return of Sense8, Wonder Woman triumphs over lesser DC films at the box office, and OH DEAR LORD THAT INHUMANS TRAILER. Also: some FLAME CON self-promotion courtesy of our friends at Archie Comics! ...continue »
A first look at 2017's other Wonder Woman movie (no, not Justice League)! Plus: Black Panther brings big-budget Afrofuturism to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and we pay respects to the late Adam West ...continue »
In this week's episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) and @GrahamNolan discuss our Strong Female Character of the Week Wonder Woman and her $200mil worldwide opening, dig up some scoop on Stranger Things season 2, and talk about Iceman #1 and tease our interview (immediately following this episode) with Sina Grace in This Week in Queer. ...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 »
Happy Pride! Iceman and the X-Men are kicking off this month's... SuperQueeros: all that's lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer in comics today! ...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 »