In a new episode of the Flame Cast, Kevin chats with Josh Trujillo (@losthiskeysman) the writer, editor, and comic book creator (who’ll be at Flame Con this year) who’s behind Aaron Fisher-Captain America, the Hulking & Wiccan Infinity Comic, and so much more. They talk about the importance of queer friendships. They also talk about his inspirations, where and how he connects with his community, and what he’s getting Down & Nerdy with in pop culture.
You can find out more on his website: www.joshtrujillo.com/
It’s the return of the Flame Cast, our celebration of past, present, and future Flame Con guests. Join Kevin in a conversation with Eric & Ray with Rage Gear Studios (@ragegearstudios) as we get to know their influences and what they get Down & Nerdy with in pop culture. You can find out more at: www.ragegearstudios.com
In our final celebration of the 300th episode the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin sits down with the prolific writer, James Tynion IV, as they reflect on the very first Flame Con in 2015. They discuss the many books James has worked on in the 7 years since, how the industry has changed, and what projects he has on the horizon.
*Podcast is available now, video premieres on YouTube (3/11) at 2:30pm.
We’re celebrating the Geeks OUT Podcast’s 300th episode with a look back at the first Flame Con back in 2015 with host Kevin and the hotly in-demand artist, Kevin Wada. They look back at that first year, reflect on how things have changed for both Kevin and the Industry, and discuss some of the projects that he has coming up.
*Podcast is available now, video premieres on YouTube (3/10) at 2:30pm.
In the continued celebration of 300 episodes of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin sits down with Nicole and Nicole from the South Street Art Mart, a queer indy art market located in Philly. They reflect on being there at the first Flame Con (2015) under a different entity, how things have changed for them in the past 7 years, and discuss why they come back to Flame Con year after year.
*Podcast is available now, video premieres on YouTube (3/9) at 2:30pm.
In this celebration of 300 episodes of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin sits down with Hazel Newlevant, for a look back at the first year of Flame Con (2015) while discussing their work, favorite memories from that inaugural event, and how things have changed for them and the industry in the past 7 years.
*Podcast is available now, video premieres on YouTube (3/8) at 8:30pm.