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Gays, Geeks And Gay Geeks Unite At New York Comic Con 2011

From booths by Geeks Out and Prism Comics, to the jam-packed “It Gets Better (Through Comics)” panel, Chris Evans and Mark Ruffalo popping by to plug The Avengers movie, and a legion of cute boys in skin-tight superhero kit, there was a multitude of attractions for queer comic-book, video-game, sci-fi and pop-culture lovers at this past weekend’s New York Comic Con.

We’ll be reporting on some of the news we gleaned from the four-day geekapalooza later in the day (it’s a lot to digest) but for now, enjoy this slideshow of costumed characters we found roaming the Javits Center. Not surprisingly there were quite a few dudes in Wonder Woman drag.



Images via Lawrence Ferber, Kevin Qui, Marnie Joyce, Rasdourian, First Person Shooter

On:           Oct 17, 2011
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    • Jeff in NYC

      There was also a panel featuring Husbands, the gay marriage web series created by Jane Espenson, of Buffy/BSG/Ellen/everything else in Hollywood over the last twenty years. htp://husbandsthemovie.com Go watch it, very funny!

      Oct 17, 2011 at 9:23 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • trevor bartlet

      Can you fix this crap website so a person can click to the next picture without having to scroll, scroll, scroll down to see the damn picture? Seriously. Ever heard of pop up window? Ever hear of a masthead that DOESN’T take up 1/2 the viewable area of a page???

      Oct 18, 2011 at 6:26 am · @ReplyReply to this comment ·
    • Jody

      FYI, for those interested, there’s a full on gay comic-con in Los Angeles this December. Called Bent-Con, it features panels, comics, films and celebs and is completely oriented to us.

      Check it out at http://www.bent-con.org.

      Oct 27, 2011 at 5:03 pm · @ReplyReply to this comment ·

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