We asked cosplays at San Diego Comic Con 2017 to strut their best cosplay and slay on our runway to RuPaul’s “Sissy That Walk”.
It was only this year that Greg Rucka finally admitted that Wonder Woman was bisexual, but Diana has been a LGBT superhero for years, she just wasn’t “out.” Wonder Woman’s canonized queer identity is a monumental step DC is making towards LGBT representation.
The wave of female superhero films breaks the stereotype that women are just damsels in distress, it teaches young girls they can be empowered women. They aren’t just love interests, or sidekicks, or another member of the team. They are teaching everyone now and generation to come that women can be strong, smart, and can fight.
Greetings Gay Geeks and Gaymers! We’re here with J.Bone from Toronto, Canada. He’s a gay cartoonist, and you may have seen his inks on comic books with Darwyn Cooke and the Rocketeer mini-series. What’s a memorable story from your childhood? When I was 13, I was hit in the eye with a plastic tile. After […]
Cartoon Network announced a new Justice League Action series is set to be released in Fall 2016 following The Big Three superheroes (Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman), but it will feature other characters like the Green Arrow, Zatanna, Blue Beetle, Shazam, and more.
Who would win in a fight between The Teen Titans and The Justice League? You no longer have to debate, as the Warner Bros came out with the film featuring a film based on this premise.
This artist is insane. Sakimi Chan has been around ever since I was a gaymer. Sakimi has done literally everything and anything a nerd or geek can think of. From video games, TV shows and anime.
Some people wished they were firemen or doctors when we were younger. But for gaymers and geeks alike, we always wanted to have superpowers.