This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition April 28, 2017.
This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition April 07, 2017.
‘Alters’ explores a teen beset by superpowers … and new sexual identity When a new comic book title issues a “No. 1,” collectors often perk up their ears. Getting in on the ground floor of a new imprint is like attending opening night of a new play, or discovering a great new chef. So the […]
Out comic book writer Steve Orlando, on the return of DC Comics’ supergay superhero Gay fanboys rejoice! Midnighter is here. Launched in June, DC Comics’ Midnighter series, from out writer Steve Orlando, is about the “first gay male superhero to headline a mainstream comic.” If Midnighter’s name is familiar, he’s been around (and gay) since the […]
This weekend, Austin’s HavenCon offers a safe place for gay gamers and sci-fi fans to get their nerd on CHAKA CUMBERBATCH | Contributing Writer If you or a gay nerd in your circle of friends is headed down to Austin this weekend, chances are it’s to attend the maiden voyage of HavenCon. The geeks can’t […]
Advice for newbies and pros on navigating Comic Con … from a fangirl who knows from experience CHAKA CUMBERBATCH | Contributing Writer firstname.lastname@example.org Since 1994, Dallas Comic Con has been serving up a super-powered collision of comic books, cartoons and caped crusaders galore to the denizens of DFW. If history is any indication, this weekend’s […]
Gay comic store relocates to Inwood Everyone knows the Design District is an up-and-coming area for galleries, furniture stores and lately restaurants … but comic book shops? Well, it is now. About two weeks ago, gay-owned Zeus Comics — long located along Oak Lawn, then later moved to Lemmon Avenue across from Whole Foods — […]
Turtle Creek Chorale plays it safe for the holidays — and it shows RICH LOPEZ | Staff Writer email@example.com Tradition is a funny thing, especially during the holidays. Christmas doesn’t feel like Christmas without Charlie Brown and his sad little tree, or driving through neighborhoods to gawk at the twinkling lights. But while changing routines […]