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Get Your Geek On at Gaylaxicon

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If Dragon*Con has started to get a little too huge, too hectic or too expensive for your liking, but you’re still deep into geek culture and love the general convention-going atmosphere, there’s another option for you right here in Atlanta! Gaylaxicon is going to be held on the weekend of March 3 to 5—yes, including Cinco de Mayo—at the Atlanta ... Read More »

Philip Bonneau’s Sexy, Silly Heroes + Villains

Holy phenomenon, Batman! Atlanta photographer Philip Bonneau is garnering acclaim all over the world with his ongoing Heroes + Villains series. Equally silly and sexy, the Heroes + Villains series takes legendary comic book characters and twists them for new and intriguing interpretations. Bonneau, a graduate of Savannah College of Art and Design who’s a graphic designer by day, has ... Read More »

Joe Phillips: For the Boys

Joe Phillips has been a busy boy! His artwork is playful and risqué, and he’s blended bawdy and beautiful in a way that is all his own. From his beginnings as a comic book artist to his recent works, Joe has found a way to express himself in a way that just might make your jaw drop.   I’m excited ... Read More »

Atlanta’s Queen of Cosplay

What a wonderfully fantastical creature! There’s something delightfully bratty and clever about Cosplayer and drag/club kid, Josef Gargala. His looks delight and astonish. His art is sinister and mystifying. His makeup application skills spark envy in any girl, drag queen or makeup aficionado. As a cosplayer, Josef has found a most unusual and appropriate way to turn up the volume ... Read More »

A Sneak Peek @ Dragon*Con

Dragon*Con is just around the corner. The annual convention is the largest of its kind in the Southeast, and routinely brings in a ton of events and celebrities – along with more costumes than Halloween. With less than two months to go before Dragon*Con 2012 hits Atlanta, here’s a preview of what you can expect this Labor Day Weekend (August ... Read More »

Comics Gone Gay

Gays have long had a love for fantasy and sci-fi genres of entertainment. There’s something about the escapism that fantasy offers which proves irresistible to us, and we certainly include comic books in that realm. Diving from our lives in an often oppressive reality where we are still despised into the colorful world of costumed superheroes, magical powers, and good ... Read More »

Geeked Out: Fourth annual OutlantaCon gay fantasy fest to stimulate sci-fi senses

Hundreds of costumed gay folk will proudly let their geek flags fly high when they converge on OutlantaCon 2012, May 4-6 at the Holiday Inn Select-Perimeter.  The fourth annual sci-fi, fantasy, and gaming fest, billed as “the Southeast’s premier event for queer nerds,” is the rainbow-colored answer to Atlanta’s mammoth annual DragonCon convention.   While both conventions are hits with ... Read More »

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