Wonder Woman

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 »
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 »
In this week's episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) is joined by special guest Amber Garza (@AmberHardFemme) as they discuss the male snowflakes angered by Alamo Drafthouse's female only screenings of Wonder Woman, the new Runaways series from Marvel, and mourn the end of Netflix's Sense8 in This Week in Queer. ...continue »
New looks at Wonder Woman, American Gods, and the Supergirl/Flash musical crossover episode! Plus, WB might want you to take the red pill again... but not in the gross MRA way. ...continue »
In space, no one can hear gay couples scream. Also, news on Wonder Woman and Marvel's Inhumans! ...continue »
More gay representation (at least behind the scenes) on the new Star Trek, plus Wonder Woman getting kinky! And could Logan be the best X-Men film yet? ...continue »
Wonder Woman, a revival of a campy 90s TV series, and Marvel's latest event. ...continue »
In this week's episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) & @GrahamNolan discuss the return of a formally problematic gay character Extraño in This Week in Queer, are cautiously optimistic about the new Wonder Woman trailer, and tease what Kevin saw at the advanced screening of Dr. Strange. ...continue »
In this week's episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) & @GrahamNolan breakdown all the news from NYCC, including the new trailer for Iron Fist, the new solo titles for Batwoman & America Chavez in This Week in Queer, and celebrate Wonder Woman becoming an honorary ambassador for the UN as our Strong Female Character of the Week. ...continue »
DC's Greg Rucka has confirmed that Wonder Woman is queer. What does that mean for LGBT fans? Should we be cautiously optimistic or full-on ecstatic? How committed to this stance are DC and the Wonder Woman team? ...continue »