Let’s talk about queering up conventions through cosplay, art, and more!
From the McElroys to Zoë Quinn and Tina Horn to the random guy that tries to make me buy his titty comics, I ask everyone how gay their shit is.
Wynonna Earp is already renewed, Supergirl adds the first trans superhero to TV, Steven Universe is getting a movie, AvaLance lives, American Horror Story: Apocalypse (for real), Nafessa Williams always knows what to say, Tig Notaro on Star Trek: Discovery, queer Charmed, and big hopes for Rosa’s bi storylines on Brooklyn Nine-Nine.
“Sometimes I forget that straight people watch TV, too.”
The masses of queer, Latinx, women and feminist comics fans have finally been heard and our chants are answered. We cheered for her. America America America. And she responded America yes.
Steven Universe and Wonder Woman and Carmilla and Wynonna Earp and Lost Girl and Batwoman and Lumberjanes, oh my!
Female-fronted superhero movies on the big screen. Finally. Sheesh!
Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira, and Roxane Gay all join Black Panther; Wynonna Earp gets renewed; Rebecca Sugar comes out; Brie Larson is Captain Marvel; and so much more!
When asked why focuses so much on LGBTQ issues on her show, Sugar answered “I want to feel like I exist and I want everyone else who wants to feel that way to feel that way too.”
Here’s a mega photoessay of Comic Con with highlights from panelists talking about women in comics, diversity in comics and LGBT representation.
I think this is genuinely the first time I’ve seen the list of winners from a major award and not just been not-dissapointed, but been genuinely happy.
With lots of amazing cosplay photos. Because, seriously, wow.
“Genre stories tell us that we can make a better world, that we can stand up for ourselves and for each other.”
San Diego Comic-Con 2014 just happened! Here’s all the news that’s relevant to your life!
“This is what happens when the patriarchy dons a cape and a cowl.”
Need-to-know, queer-ish highlights from the 2013 San Diego Comic-Con. Because nerds.
The show began airing in 1963, with a hiatus and then a reboot in 2005. All in all, 11 actors have played the alien of everyone’s dreams. Every single one of those 11 actors has been a white man. (Also, as River Song says, spoilers).
At the San Diego ComicCon’s smaller events, your free swag is knowledge.
In which Ash tells you everything you missed before the Firefly reunion at San Diego Comic Con.
“If I can get through this without cryin’ it’ll look a lot cooler.”- Nathan Fillion