x-men

Apollo and Midnighter, Harley and Redtool and Mr. J, Harley and Ivy: its prime cuffing season for... 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 discuss the latest casting news for Star Trek: Discovery, and the line ups and creative teams of the new X-books including the Jean Grey and Iceman solo series for our Strong Female Character and This Week in Queer. ...continue »
In a growing world where people’s differences are being considered a cause for fear and violence, we need more films that value inclusion of those who don’t meet the status quo. Especially with Trump mania poisoning our youth, we need messages like the one Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children offers, even if the film itself is far from perfect. ...continue »
Iceman goes to a gay bar and gets a new love interest! Plus word on the new Star Trek series, and more! ...continue »
What went into making The X-Men with legendary scribe Chris Claremont, who wrote Uncanny X-Men for 17 years! The X-Men is a diverse found-family that l resonated powerfully with LGBT readers and was crucial reading material for several generations of queer geeks, despite having few explicitly queer characters. ...continue »
Comics couture creators discuss the state of superhero fashion and take turns designing fresh looks for X-Men in need! ...continue »
Sitting through Ghostbusters, I am reminded how powerful and inspiring fandom can be. These four empowering females, each with their own skill sets and personalities battle against ghosts, gender discrimination, and the patriarchy. ...continue »
SERIOUS SPOILER WARNING for anybody reading All-New X-Men. Consider yourself warned! ...continue »