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Where’s My Biopic? Director Dorothy Arzner [OPINION]

Where's My Biopic? Director Dorothy Arzner [OPINION]

When it comes to pioneers of Hollywood, one of the biggest unsung heroes is Dorothy Arzner. She is the first female director in the Hollywood system also having a hand at editing and writing. Despite having only 20 films to her credit, Arzner launched the careers of some of the industry's most talented actors. Natural […]


Jeremy Whitley, On Not Being Allowed To Write Gay Characters Kissing in Comics

Jeremy Whitley, On Not Being Allowed To Write Gay Characters Kissing in Comics

Jeremy Whitley, author of Princeless, The Unstoppable Wasp, The FF, Rainbow Brite, the upcoming The School For ExtraterrestrialGirls and many other comic books has just shared one part of the editorial process. And shown what is still going down. He posted out in a series of tweets and replies; So, this was the week I […]

Andy Mangels Remember Howard Cruse

Andy Mangels Remembers Howard Cruse and Talks About His Legacy

Prominent gay comic book creator, activist and commentator, Andy Mangels, has shared a few words with Bleeding Cool over the passing of fellow comics creator Howard Cruse yesterday, at 75, after being diagnosed with cancer. Mangels writes in Memorium about Andy's life, his world and planned future projects that still may see fruition HOWARD CRUSE: […]




"Marvel's Jessica Jones" Season 3: Carrie-Anne Moss on Jeri Hogarth's Adversity

Netflix's Marvel TV universe was never short on legal representation, with three major characters as lawyers. That said, Carrie-Anne Moss is in a league of her own playing the cold, ruthless, and stoic Jeri Hogarth in all three seasons of Marvel's Jessica Jones. During a conversation with Comicbook.com regarding the upcoming final season, Moss discussed […]

Sesame Street's Mark Saltzman Wrote Bert and Ernie "As A Loving Couple"

In 1969, the famed felt pair of Bert and Ernie made their debut in the pilot episode of Sesame Street – and would remain a famous (and permanent) fixture on the long-running children's series. For nearly a half-century, these main Muppets used song, dance, and rubber duckies to make generations of kids into better human […]

Unique Social Gay RPG Gaydorado Fills an Odd Niche

CocoBear's social gay RPG Gaydorado fills a very odd niche for gaming. It's a social RPG, which makes it the sort of game normally targeted toward women, but the target audience here is gay men. Gaydorado claims to be the first RPG designed exclusively for the LGBT+ community, and that very well may be true. But it's […]

ANDI MACK - In "Andi Mack," a series about a 13 year-old girl and her friends each figuring out who they are, the teen characters model inclusion and respect for others. (Disney Channel/Fred Hayes)

Disney's Andi Mack Condemned By Million Moms For LGBT Storyline

Disney's hit tween series Andi Mack returned with its second season opener and dropped a historic first for the House of the Mouse: a live-action teen's coming-out storyline. While the signs had been there looking back on the series first season, with the character of Cyrus, played by Joshua Rush, having been teasing at a […]

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NYCC Talks Graphic Sex: Comics, New Media, And The Queering Of Sex Education

John Odum reports from a very NSFW panel at NYCC 2017: To attend the Graphic Sex: Comics, New Media and the Queering of Sex Education panel, one had to leave the NYCC-prime universe of the Javitz Center and undertake the 20-minute walk to the New York Public Library, which serves as host for a "satellite" […]

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We The Heroes Ball Returns To New York Comic Con For Second Year

After a successful first year at New York Comic Con 2016, NYCC, HBC Out + About, Shane Cherry and Akira are bringing back the We The Heroes Ball, to take place on October 2nd, 2017 at Rockbar NYC. The ball will kick off the 'NYCC Presents, New York Comic Con' series of events throughout Manhattan […]

Pennywise and the Babadook

The Babadook Has Found Love At Last In Pennywise The Dancing Clown

Remember some time ago when the Babadook made a surprising turn as a new gay icon, appearing everywhere from the RuPaul's Drag Race Season Finale to Pride parades and marches the world over? Well, it seems the shadowy horror of queer fabulousness has found himself love…in the arms of fear-feeding demon from beyond reality and […]

Emmys Say "Shantay, You Stay" To RuPaul, Awards Him Second Consecutive Emmy

Well, RuPaul Charles is fond of the phrase "Everybody say love," and it seems the Television Academy took this to heart, showing their love for RuPaul again with the reality TV superstar's second consecutive Emmy Award win for Best Host of a Reality or Reality-Competition Program. If the number of drag queen cosplayers and people […]


When The 'Love Is Love' Panel At Flame Con 2017 Took A Turn…(VIDEO)

In memory of those tragically lost in Orlando's Pulse nightclub tragedy and to benefit the victims left in its wake, the comics industry came together to produce the charity comic book Love Is Love.  Organized and curated by writer Marc Andreyko (Batwoman, Manhunter) and published jointly by IDW Publishing and DC Comics, the book featured an […]

A Look Back At Flame Con 2017: Views From The Show Floor (VIDEO)

So good things do happen in threes, as Geeks OUT presented the third edition of Flame Con! The World's Largest Queer Comic Con this past weekend at The Brooklyn Bridge Marriott in NYC. The two-day comics, arts, and entertainment expo was created as a way of highlighting creators and celebrities from all corners of the LGBTQ geek pop […]

Flame Con 2017: What's A Con Without A Little Cosplay? (VIDEO)

Geeks OUT presented the third edition of Flame Con! The World's Largest Queer Comic Con this past weekend at The Brooklyn Bridge Marriott in NYC, highlighting creators and celebrities from all corners of the LGBTQ geek pop culture spectrum. And what's a con without some amazing cosplay? Bleeding Cool was lucky enough to make it out to Brooklyn […]