Tag: web series

WATCH: “The Variants” occupy Zeus

Zeus Comics is being occupied. Protesters have gathered outside the shop to protest the firing of Keli, but they show up in costume … which may actually attract more customers.

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‘The Variants’ launches third season

The Variants, the online web series shot here in Dallas and set in a gay-owned bookstore, launched its third season today. The entire series was funded via the producers’ Kickstarter.com campaign. It’ll run for 10 weeks. The premiere ep, “Zeus Comics Worldwide”

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“Variants” looks to “Kickstart” Season 3

If you’d like to see Season 3 of The Variants, you can help them reach the (pretty modest) fundraising goal of $8,000. They’re all signed up on Kickstarter, the site that helps filmmakers fund their projects; gay Texas filmmaker Yen Tan reached his fundraising goal after a feature in Dallas Voice last year. We can do the same for The Variants.

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WATCH: ‘The Variants,’ episode 2 of season 2

It’s Wednesday, so that means The Variants — the locally produced web series about the fictionalized goings-on at Zeus Comics on Lemmon — has hit the ether. And now that season 2 is underway, the makers are fooling around...

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The L world

PRIDE OF LESBIANS | Debbie Forth, left, co-created the new web show ‘Lez Be Proud,’ depicting the everyday lives of her and fellow cast members, left to right, Dawn, Lauren and Kristi. The show debuts Friday. The women of the...

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Spanish fly

We’ve gotten pretty used to gay cinema after all these years, and if there’s one thing we’ve learned it’s this: Gay Spaniards are hot. And while we tip our hat to Pedro Almodovar for starting us down the road of queer Latin...

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