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  • Queer Love’s Kiss: LBGTQ Representation In Modern Cartoons

    In the Powerpuff Girls (2016) episode “Once Upon a Townsville”, a surprising milestone was reached for queer representation: Buttercup shared a long, on-the mouth, onscreen kiss with another female character. In a time where depictions of same-gender romance are still heavily censored and discouraged, especially in children’s entertainment, this marks a huge step forward. However, even […]


  • The Librarians Season 2 Roudtable at NYCC

    The Librarians is entering its second season this autumn on TNT starting November 1st. Having seen all three TV movies and season one, I’m definitely looking forward to more Librarians! The Geekiary was invited to sit with the cast at NYCC for a roundtable discussion. John Kim and Lindy Booth Q: How’s the Con going […]




  • FEELINGS Daily: Mulan, Hawkgirl, and Maisie Williams!

    Obviously, we’re all really upset about Zayn’s betrayal, but if you look around you will see that some seriously awesome stuff happened today. So while some of my FEELINGS are still kind of sad about One Direction, the rest of me is FEELING pretty happy about everything else. Hallelujah! Game of Thrones’ Maisie Williams is […]


  • LBGTQ+ Characters in Comic Books: Marvel Part I

    While TV shows have a long way to go when it comes to LGBTQ+ representation, comic books have indeed given people around the world some impressive characters that fall on various places of the rainbow. If you want to read or get to know more about the comics that feature such characters, then you have […]


  • FEELINGS Daily: Bits and Pieces!

    Stephen Amell wants some Arrow/Supernatural crossover fic – well, that’s what he said at Kansas City’s Planet Comic Con! Apparently he “pitched something called fan-fiction live. I pitched an idea where we would take Arrow and Supernatural and write a fan-fiction crossover episode and do a live-reading.” Now that’s an idea I could get behind. […]



  • Happy 75th Birthday, Batman!

    For comic book fans everywhere, today means just one thing: the 75th anniversary of arguably the greatest comic book character ever. Created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger in 1939, Batman has irrevocably changed the comic book industry and pop culture by turning the caped superhero from frothy entertainment for kids to something serious and […]


  • Marvel’s New Thor is a Woman!

    It seems things are changing for the God of Thunder in the Marvel Universe, as come October 2014 a female superhero will be holding the iconic hammer, Mjolnir. An announcement was made on the ABC talk show The View and the amazing Whoopie Goldberg got to present this new female Thor to the world. There […]