WonderCon ’23: Nerdom is Healing
Feet were back on the grounds and people were out to check out the wonders of WonderCon.
ClexaCon ’22: Bex Taylor-Klaus Spills All
The queer representation landscape has changed immensely over the last decade, and Bex has been a part of the change every step of the way.
ClexaCon ’22: Bridget Regan – The Greatest Villain
We sat down with our favourite villain of all time, Sin Rostro, to talk about pealing faces, anti-heroes, and what she loved best of it all.
ClexaCon ’22: “Batwoman” Herself – Javicia Leslie
Comics and capes and the importance of telling our stories all come to the front when we talked with Javicia Leslie about being Batwoman.
ClexaCon ’22: “First Kill”‘s Imani Lewis
Driving a stake into our hearts, Imani Lewis dishes on getting cast, her familiarity with the queer world, and making Calliope authentic.
ComicCon is (still) At Home 2021
It sucks that it’s another year at home, but ComicCon@Home 2021 still has some quality content to look for!
It’s sad, in a lot of ways, to be typing this. I’m happy about the general quality of the videos…
DC FanDome: Batwoman Begins
It’s time for the world to meet the new Batwoman! Season one left us with a lot of questions, and then we got even more! What’s next for the caped crusader? Find out from DC FanDome!
Content For The Children — ComicCon@Home 2020
Two stories of getting queer from paper to film on cartoons couldn’t be more different. Brought to you from San Diego Comic Con.
Sacrificing For All Mankind – ComicCon@Home 2020
Nixon’s Women discuss the sacrifices made and the future path of a universe where America was not the first to the moon.
Inclusion: The Final Frontier – ComicCon@Home 2020
Imagine a future where we are all judged on the content of our character, and where hope for equality has become reality. Over 50 year later, Star Trek still delivers on that dream.