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November 7
2014

Second Chances: An Interview with Dale Lazarov

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Dale Lazarov is a gay comics writer, well known in gay-geek circles as being the smut lord responsible for unleashing hardcover and digital gay comics like MANLY, BULLDOGS and STICKY into our world, available over at http://www.dalelazarov.com/. Since his most recent release “Second Chances” with Foxy Andy and William O. Tyler came out last month, we caught up with him to talk a little about his new comic, his approach on creating comics and the politics involved, as well as getting a glimpse of what Dale’s bringing into being in the near future.

Fair warning: there are some NSFW links and discussion below, as well as some (censored) NSFW images!

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November 5
2014

Help Flame Con Light Up Our Lives!

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Our buddies over at Geeks OUT have just launched a massive Kickstarter campaign to create Flame Con, New York City’s first LGBTQ comic convention! But it’s not just comics, because their release describes the event as “a one-day comics, arts, and entertainment expo showcasing dozens of creators and celebrities from all corners of LGBTQ geek fandom, including comics, videogames, film, and television.”

Since 2010, Geeks OUT has been hosting events for the LGBTQ geek community and establishing queer-positive spaces for fans at comic conventions. (I volunteer at their New York Comic Con booth every year!) But for 2015, they want to invite everyone to Flame Con!

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October 29
2014

NYCC ’14: Cosplay Gallery #2

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Here is the second of the five cosplay galleries from New York Comic Con 2014. This is the other half of the comic-book costumes I snapped. My favorites in this batch are the Age Of X X-Men group leading off this post above, classic Green Arrow, a sweet Jubilee, an Iceman who must have caught a chill, and the most amazeballs Tintin I’ve ever seen. Seriously, he was perfect. Check the gallery after the jump and see if you agree. Perfect!

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October 28
2014

NYCC ’14: Cosplay Gallery #1

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Now it’s time for everyone’s favorite part of New York Comic Con… the cosplay!

I took a metric crapton of photos this year, and I’ve split it up into five galleries with about 30-40 pictures in each. I figured since it’s Comic Con, I should probably start off with some comic book cosplay. Mind you, this includes movie versions of comic book characters, too. You’ll find them all after the jump!

Highlights this round are a fabulous disco-era Dazzler, a hot Wonder Man crossplay, a mostly-naked Namor, a ridiculously hot Spider-Man, and an adorable Jughead. Who are your favorites?

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July 24
2014

Interview: Capitol Hillbillies’ Chris Lange

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Capitol Hillbillies is a wild, raunchy, nerdy web comic that has been cracking up readers for five years. And now it’s moving from computers to bookshelves with Northwest Press‘ publication of Capitol Hillbillies Volume One! The collection chronicles the adventures of four gay guys as they navigate sex, dating, pop culture, videogames and the occasional unicorn.

You can order your own copy in either paperback or digitally by clicking here, but to find out more about the LGBT comic’s humble beginnings and why gaymers would enjoy the heck out of it, we talked with its creator, Chris Lange!
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March 14
2014

Comic Review: Deadly Class

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Among thousands of contemporary graphic novels filled with sparkling vampires and plastic Zombies, nowadays it is almost impossible to come across a genuinely edgy story that is deep as it is entertaining. Image Comic’s new drama-thriller series Deadly Class delivers all that and a lot more.

Set in a hyper-real 1987, in an uber gritty San Francisco, Deadly Class revolves around down-on–his-luck, homeless teenager, Marcus Lopez. Through various flashbacks it is revealed that he used to have a happy home life until a freak accident kills both of his parents and leaves him on the streets. With no relatives in America to take care of him Marcus spends his youth at terrible shelters and foster homes until he makes a run for it and ends up alone in the crime-ridden streets of San Francisco.

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February 27
2014

Review: Tomb Raider #1

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The first issue of the new Tomb Raider series from Dark Horse Comics is out, and I can safely say that Lara Croft is in good hands with writer Gail Simone. No stranger to penning the adventures of strong female characters, Lara’s character is well-handled here.

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