The Geeks OUT Podcast: Be Gay Do Fashion Crimes

Geeks OUT Podcast: Be Gay Do Fashion Crimes

In this week’s super-sized return of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) is joined by Tea Berry-Blue (@teaberryblue) as they discuss Cruella and it’s potential sequel, get excited for an Okoye series coming to Disney+, and get ready for queer wrath month with Marvel’s upcoming Inferno series in This Week in Queer.

In this week’s super-sized return of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin is joined by Tea Berry-Blue, as they discuss Cruella and it’s potential sequel, get excited for an Okoye series coming to Disney+, and get ready for queer wrath month with Marvel’s upcoming Inferno series in This Week in Queer.

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BIG OPENING

KEVIN:  The Eisner nominations were announced and disappointing in a number of areas
TEA: First episode from Disney+ confirms Loki is gender fluid

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DOWN AND NERDY

KEVIN: The Quiet Place part 2, The Conjuring 3, Cruella, Legendary, Pose
TEA: Cozy Grove, Raya is now free on Disney+

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STRONG FEMALE CHARACTER

Disney+ announces Black Panther spinoff series following Okoye

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THIS WEEK IN QUEER

Marvel announces Krakoa will burn in queer rage in Inferno limited series

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CLIP OF THE WEEK

New trailer for Space Jam: A New Legacy

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THE WEEK IN GEEK

MOVIES

• The voice cast for DC’s League of Super-Pets announced
• WB decides Blue Beetle movie & others to premiere exclusively on HBO Max
• New trailer for the Fear Street trilogy coming to Netflix
• New trailer for Free Guy
• New trailer for Reminiscence
• Disney is developing a sequel to Cruella
• Issa Rae cast as Spider-Woman in Spider-Verse sequel

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TV

• New teaser for Masters of the Universe: Revelation 
• First sneak peak at The Sandman
• New trailer for the Gossip Girl reboot/revival
• First look at Batwing in the Batwoman season finale
• Jameela Jamil cast as Titania in She-Hulk
• New trailer for Monsters at Work
• FX announces that Y: The Last Man will premiere Sept. 13
• First trailer for Cuphead
• Teaser for season 2 of The Witcher

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COMIC BOOKS

• DC announces Aquaman: The Beginning limited series starring Jackson Hyde 
• In the first time in 48 years, the Pulitzer refuses to issue an award for Editorial Cartoon

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SHILF

• KEVIN: Loki
• TEA: Hunter B-15 (Wunmi Mosaku)

The Geeks OUT Podcast: Lego My Pride Set

The Geeks OUT Podcast

Opinions, reviews, incisive discussions of queer geek ideas in pop culture, and the particularly cutting brand of shade that you can only get from a couple of queer geeks all in highly digestible weekly doses.

In this week’s episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin is joined by Chris Lam, as they discuss the new Pride set being released by Lego, the new trailer for season 2 of Love, Victor and celebrate the return of Tuca & Bertie as our Strong Female Characters of the Week. 

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BIG OPENING

KEVIN:  Breaking a 14 year silence, Billy Porter reveals he’s HIV+
CHRIS: Sara Ramirez has joined the Sex and the City revival

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DOWN AND NERDY

KEVIN: Army of the Dead, Pride, Home
CHRIS: Castlevania, Love Death + Robots, Sailor Moon Movie Netflix, Mass Effect Legendary Edition

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STRONG FEMALE CHARACTER

New trailer for season 2 of Tuca & Bertie

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THIS WEEK IN QUEER

Lego releases “Everyone is Awesome” Pride set

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CLIP OF THE WEEK

New trailer for season 2 of Love, Victor

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THE WEEK IN GEEK

MOVIES

• New trailer for Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins
• New trailer for Dear Evan Hansen
• New teaser for Fear Street trilogy
• Kevin Feige regrets whitewashing the Ancient One in Dr. Strange
• Disney+ announces Hocus Pocus 2 will premiere next year

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TV

• AT&T merges WarnerMedia with Discovery 
• HBO Max orders My Adventures with Superman & Batman: Caped Crusader
• HBO Max is reviving Project Greenlight with Issa Rae
• New teaser for The Hot Zone: Anthrax
• Disney Channel renews The Owl House for season 3
• Disney announces launching of Onyx Collective

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VIDEO GAMES

• Thot tub streams on Twitch demonitized and then remonitized 
• Katy Perry costars with Pikachu in new music video

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SHILF

• KEVIN: Alucard
• CHRIS: Trevor Belmont

The Geeks OUT Podcast: Bear Week with The Proud Family

The Geeks OUT Podcast

Opinions, reviews, incisive discussions of queer geek ideas in pop culture, and the particularly cutting brand of shade that you can only get from a couple of queer geeks all in highly digestible weekly doses.

In this week’s super-sized episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin is joined by Aaron Porchia, as they discuss reliving our childhood with Legends of the Hidden Temple revival, new trailer for Venom: Let There be Carnage, and celebrate Zachary Quinto & Billy Porter voicing gay dads in the revival of The Proud Family: Louder & Prouder in This Week in Queer. 

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BIG OPENING

KEVIN:  Marvel announces a new queer character Somnus
AARON: The CW orders a revival of Legends of the Hidden Temple

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DOWN AND NERDY

KEVIN: Greenland, Those Who Wish Me Dead, Snowpiercer, Pride
AARON: Legendary, How I Met Your Mother

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STRONG FEMALE CHARACTER

New trailer for season 2 of Why Women Kill

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THIS WEEK IN QUEER

Zachary Quinto & Billy Porter to play gay dads in Proud Family revival

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CLIP OF THE WEEK

New trailer for Venom: Let There Be Carnage

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THE WEEK IN GEEK

MOVIES

• New trailer for Wish Dragon
• Netflix announces sequel to Enola Holmes
• New trailer for The Green Knight
• Regina King will direct an adaptation of Bitter Root comic
• New trailer for The Forever Purge
• Disney announces Jungle Cruise to premiere in theaters & Disney+

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TV

• NBC announces Annie Live!
• NBC cancels The Golden Globes next year
• New trailer for Amazon Prime’s Panic
• New trailer for Solos
• The Ellen DeGeneres Show to end next year
• ABC renews Grey’s Anatomy for season 18
• The CW will expand programming to 7 days this fall
• New trailer for Lisey’s Story
• First look at Masters of the Universe: Revelation

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COMIC BOOKS

• The X-Men Hellfire Gala to lead into the Trial of Magneto
• Sequel to the queer graphic novel Bloom coming 2023

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SHILF

• KEVIN: Shatterstar
• AARON: The Immortal

The Geeks OUT Podcast: MCU Phase 4 the Memories

The Geeks OUT Podcast

Opinions, reviews, incisive discussions of queer geek ideas in pop culture, and the particularly cutting brand of shade that you can only get from a couple of queer geeks all in highly digestible weekly doses.

In this week’s episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin is joined by Will Choy, as they discuss Marvel announcing dates and titles for Phase 4, DC’s new Progressive Pride logo, and get excited for #LokiWednesdays in our Clip of the Week. 

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BIG OPENING

KEVIN:  Marvel releases announcing Phase 4 movies and dates
WILL: New trailer for Fast & Furious 9 looks back at the saga

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DOWN AND NERDY

KEVIN: Tenet, Pose, Legendary
WILL: Together Together, Infinity Train, Destiny 2

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STRONG FEMALE CHARACTER

Adult Swim announces Tuca & Bertie’s return June 13

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THIS WEEK IN QUEER

DC Comics unveils new Progressive DC Pride logo

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CLIP OF THE WEEK

New teaser for Loki which will now premiere Wednesdays starting 6/9

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THE WEEK IN GEEK

MOVIES

• Warner Bros. states that their Black Superman won’t be part of DCEU
• New trailer for Awake
• New trailer for A Quiet Place Part II
• The movie Infinite will now stream exclusively on Paramount+ in June
• ViacomCBS announces Paramount+ will debut a new movie a week in 2022

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TV

• Two regulars won’t be joining The Flash next season
• The CW renews Stargirl & Kung Fu
• New trailer for Halston
• New teaser for season 4 of Stranger Things
• New teaser for Heels
• ABC renews Big Sky for another season
• NBC orders another spinoff of Law & Order: For the Defense
• New trailer for season 5 of Rick & Morty
• New teaser for Pause with Sam Jay
• New teaser for the Rugrats revival
• Ali Wong joins the cast of Paper Girls

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VIDEO GAMES

• CEO’s at CD Projekt behind Cyberpunk 2077 still got huge bonuses

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SHILF

• KEVIN: The Utopian
• WILL: Colossus

The Geeks OUT Podcast: Gaga for the Hellfire Gala

The Geeks OUT Podcast

Opinions, reviews, incisive discussions of queer geek ideas in pop culture, and the particularly cutting brand of shade that you can only get from a couple of queer geeks all in highly digestible weekly doses.

In this week’s episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin is joined by Geeks OUT President Nic Gitau, as they discuss some of the new lewks released for the Hellfire Gala, check out the new trailer for Special, and celebrate our first look of Iman Vellani as Ms. Marvel for our Strong Female Character of the Week. 

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BIG OPENING

KEVIN:  New trailer for Luca though it won’t be queer
NIC: New teaser for West Side Story remake

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DOWN AND NERDY

KEVIN: The Mitchells vs. The Machines, Things Heard & Seen, For All Mankind, Invincible
NIC: Shadow & Bone, Made for Love, Dickinson, The Magic Fish

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STRONG FEMALE CHARACTER

We got our first look at Ms. Marvel in costume

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THIS WEEK IN QUEER

Marvel releases 64 designs coming to the Hellfire Gala

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CLIP OF THE WEEK

New trailer for season 2 of Special

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THE WEEK IN GEEK

MOVIES

• October sees the return of DC Fandome
• New teaser for Viva
• New Play Something shuffle feature now available on Netflix

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TV

• New trailer for Hacks
• First promo look at The CW Pilot for Naomi
• Several CW shows on break won’t return until mid-late summer
• Finn Wittrock joins new Green Lantern series as Guy Gardner
• Fox developing adult cartoon Bedrock, a follow up to The Flintstones
• New teaser for Nine Perfect Strangers
• New trailer for Sweet Tooth

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VIDEO GAMES

• Game developers will now get a bigger cut of profits from Microsoft 
• Nintendo updates Super Mario Party to allow online play

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SHILF

• KEVIN: Colossus
• NIC: Falcon… no Winter Soldier… no Falcon… 

The Geeks OUT Podcast: O Captain! My Captain!

The Geeks OUT Podcast

Opinions, reviews, incisive discussions of queer geek ideas in pop culture, and the particularly cutting brand of shade that you can only get from a couple of queer geeks all in highly digestible weekly doses.

In this week’s episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin is joined by Teri Yoshiuchi, as they discuss the final episode of Falcon and the Winter Soldier, get excited for the new trailer for Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, and are cautiously optimistic at the news that Pixar is casting a young trans girl for an upcoming project in This Week in Queer.

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BIG OPENING

KEVIN:  Ed Brubaker earns more for his cameo in Winter Soldier than for creating the character
TERI: Levar Burton to be among final guest hosts on Jeopardy

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DOWN AND NERDY

KEVIN: Mortal Kombat, Home, Way of X
TERI: Falcon & Winter Soldier, Invincible, World of Warcraft Classic/The Burning Crusade

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STRONG FEMALE CHARACTER

Both Emilia Clarke and Olivia Colman in talks to join Secret Invasion

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THIS WEEK IN QUEER

There is an open-casting call for Pixar’s first trans character

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CLIP OF THE WEEK

New teaser trailer for Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

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THE WEEK IN GEEK

MOVIES

• Marvel announces Captain America 4
• Sony signs a new deal with Disney to inherit movies after Netflix
• New trailer for The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It
• New trailer for Werewolves Within

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TV

• Adult Swim announces a Robot Chicken Archie Comics Special
• New trailer for Marvel’s M.O.D.O.K.
• Hulu orders sequel series to How I Met Your Mother
• New teaser for season 2 of Ted Lasso
• New trailer for Adventure Time: Distant Lands – Together Again
• John Cameron Mitchell to star in NBC’s Joe Exotic
• New trailer for season 2 of Love Death + Robots

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COMIC BOOKS

• DC Comics launching a horror imprint starting with The Conjuring: The Lover
• Marvel is synergizing with ESPN for a Marvel-themed NBA game

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SHILF

• KEVIN: Captain America
• TERI: Lil Nas X 

The Geeks OUT Podcast: We’re Here & Justice League Queer

Geeks OUT Podcast: We’re Here & Justice League Queer

In this week’s episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) is joined by Rachel Greeman (@zaritarazi) as they discuss the possibility that we’ll actually see a Justice League Queer, the latest casting shakeup for Legends of Tomorrow, and celebrate our first look at the new Peacock series, We Are Lady Parts, for our Strong Female Characters of the Week.

In this week’s episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin is joined by Rachel Greeman, as they discuss the possibility that we’ll actually see a Justice League Queer, the latest casting shakeup for Legends of Tomorrow, and celebrate our first look at the new Peacock series, We Are Lady Parts, for our Strong Female Characters of the Week.

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BIG OPENING

KEVIN:  Colton Underwood, from The Bachelor, comes out and gets a Netflix deal
RACHEL: Dominic Purcell is leaving Legends of Tomorrow & First official look at live-action Powerpuff Girls

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DOWN AND NERDY

KEVIN: Supergirl, Batman
RACHEL: Falcon & the Winter Soldier, Batwoman, 6 of Crows

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STRONG FEMALE CHARACTER

New teaser for We Are Lady Parts

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THIS WEEK IN QUEER

DC’s Justice League Queer could still happen

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CLIP OF THE WEEK

New trailer for Fast and the Furious 9

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THE WEEK IN GEEK

MOVIES

• Will Smith moves his film Emancipation out of GA due to new voting law
• Ryan Coogler explains reasoning behind Black Panther 2 staying in GA
• New trailer for Army of the Dead
• New trailer for The Water Man

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TV

• New trailer for the final season of Shrill
• New trailer for season 2 of Mythic Quest
• New Steven Universe anti-racism short
• Cartoon Network relaunches Cartoon Cartoon program
• New teaser for Legendary season 2

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COMIC BOOKS

• Marvel announces the winner of the X-Men vote

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SHILF

• KEVIN: Ghostmaker
• RACHEL: Sportsmaster & Tigress 

The Geeks OUT Podcast: Loki What We Have Here

The Geeks OUT Podcast

Opinions, reviews, incisive discussions of queer geek ideas in pop culture, and the particularly cutting brand of shade that you can only get from a couple of queer geeks all in highly digestible weekly doses.

In this week’s episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin is joined by Sammie James, as they discuss the new trailers for Loki, Cruella, Pose, & Star Trek: Discovery and celebrate all the winners for the GLAAD Media Awards in This Week in Queer.

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BIG OPENING

KEVIN:  Regé-Jean Page responds to racist reasons he wasn’t cast on Krypton
SAMMIE: New trailer for the final season of Pose

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DOWN AND NERDY

KEVIN: Thunder Force, What Lies Below, Them
SAMMIE: Creepshow, Wynonna Earp, What Big Teeth

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STRONG FEMALE CHARACTER

New Cruella trailer

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THIS WEEK IN QUEER

Winners announced for the GLAAD Media Awards

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CLIP OF THE WEEK

New teaser for Star Trek: Discovery

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THE WEEK IN GEEK

MOVIES

• New trailer for animated Batman: The Long Halloween
• Taika Waititi releases new animal rights short film Save Ralph
• New teaser for Ghostbusters: Afterlife
• New Stephen King Rules Dollar Baby Film Festival announced
• New trailer for The Night House
• New trailer for Things Heard & Seen
• New trailer for The Woman in the Window
• Paramount announces a new Star Trek movie coming in 2023

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TV

• New trailer for Jupiter’s Legacy
• Fox gives Duncanville and early season 3 renewal
• New trailer for Girls5eva
• Peacock orders a reboot of Queer as Folk
• Teaser for Star Trek: Picard teases the return of Q
• New trailer for Star Trek: Lower Decks
• New trailer for Loki
• HBO Max orders a Magic Mike competition series

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VIDEO GAMES

• Intel introduces the possibility to monitor/censor hate speech at GDC
• Lil Nas X introduces new Twerk Hero game

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SHILF

• KEVIN: Brainy
• SAMMIE: Dreamer 

The Geeks OUT Podcast: Space Jammed Full of Properties

Geeks OUT Podcast: Space Jammed Full of Properties

In this week’s episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) is joined by Aaron Porchia (@Porchia) as they discuss the new trailer for Space Jam: A New Legacy which is packed full of IP’s, Charmed adding another trans actor to the cast, and celebrate FX’s new docu-series Pride in This Week in Queer.

In this week’s episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin is joined by Aaron Porchia, as they discuss the new trailer for Space Jam: A New Legacy which is packed full of IP’s, Charmed adding more trans representation to the cast, and celebrate FX’s new docu-series Pride in This Week in Queer.

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BIG OPENING

KEVIN:  DC Comics announces new possible comics, including Justice League Queer, if the fans vote for it
AARON: New trailer for the documentary The Year the Earth Changed

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DOWN AND NERDY

KEVIN: Godzilla vs. Kong, Resident Alien, The Real World: Homecoming
AARON: Degrassi, Detransition Baby (Torrey Peters)

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STRONG FEMALE CHARACTER

The new Charmed adds second trans actor as recurring character

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THIS WEEK IN QUEER

FX announces new Pride docuseries coming in May

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CLIP OF THE WEEK

New trailer for Space Jam: A New Legacy

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THE WEEK IN GEEK

MOVIES

• Warner Bros. decides to pull the plug on New Gods and The Trench movies
• New trailer for The Suicide Squad
• Director of Logan boycotting Georgia, ViacomCBS condemns voting law
• The Thundercats movie now has a director
• New trailer for Spiral: From the Book of Saw
• New trailer for The Mitchells vs. The Machines
• Netflix shells out big bucks for Knives Out 2 & 3
• New trailer for Black Widow

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TV

• Fox cancels Bless the Harts
• OG Charmed writer opens up about why she left
• CBS officially orders CSI revival/sequel
• Jordan Fisher joins The Flash as Bart Allen
• New trailer for Star Wars: The Bad Batch
• New trailer for season 5 of Rick & Morty
• New trailer for Shadow & Bone
• Starz cancels American Gods
• More cast members announced for Obi-Wan Kenobi series

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COMIC BOOKS

• Vault Comics expands on their new Cover Artists in Residence program
• John Lewis’s memoir Run, the sequel to March, is coming out in August

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SHILF

• KEVIN: Josh Duhamel/The Utopian
• AARON: Homelander 

Interview with Spirits Podcast Co-Hosts Amanda McLoughlin and Julia Schifini

Amanda McLoughlin is the creator and CEO of Multitude, an independent podcast collective and production studio based in New York City. Multitude produces original shows, publishes free resources for podcasters, and helps clients of all sizes create, market, and grow great shows. A YouTuber and small business advisor before starting Multitude, her career is dedicated to helping other creators make a living by making great stuff online.

Twitter: @shessomickey

Website: amandamcloughlin.com

Podcasts: Join the Party, Spirits, NEXT STOP (EP)

Julia Schifini is a historian, voice actor, sound designer, and lover of all fancy foods. She is a co-host and producer of Spirits, a co-host of Join the Party, and the Community Manager of Multitude. She loves world-building, professional wrestling, fancy cheese, and all things creepy and cool. You can hear her sound design on podcasts like Janus Descending and Valence, and voice acting on Tides and What’s the Frequency.

Headshot Credit: Danielle Salerno Photography

Twitter: @juliaschifini

Website: juliaschifini.com

Podcast: Spirits, Join the Party, NEXT STOP (AD)

I had the chance to talk with Amanda and Julia about Spirits, which you can read below.

First of all, how did you come to know each other and how did you come to decide to work on a podcast together?

JS: We jokingly refer to ourselves as “companions from the cradle”, but we met in elementary school. Our weirdness just jived since the beginning and we stayed friends all through school and past college. After we both entered the workforce, we would meet up at bars and lament how draining our jobs could be. We realized that we needed a way to make time to see each other and talk about things that we normally would talk about anyway. So naturally, having drinks and talking about death and mythology seemed like the perfect excuse. 

Can you explain your thought process behind the title Spirits?

AM: Fittingly enough, it came to us in a bar! The double entendre of ghost spirits and alcohol spirits was too good to pass up. It’s easy to say, spell, and search for, and coupled with our cover art by Allyson Wakeman, tells people they can expect a lot of both on our show.

Where did your interest in folklore and mythology come from? What were some early stories you were drawn to growing up and why do you think it resonates with so many people?

JS: I picked up a copy of Edith Hamilton’s Mythology arguably WAY too young, and it really struck a chord with me. The stories of Athena, Artemis, and Persephone felt empowering before I realized that was something that was missing from the books I was reading and the shows I was watching. But nowadays it is the universality of the stories of mythology from around the world that keep me interested – seeing how human beings explain the world around them, no matter where they are on the globe.  

AM: I mainly learned my Greek myths from Julia reading library books on the playground, so not a lot has changed! Since starting the show, I’ve gotten even more interested in all things mythology. I try to read really widely about both historical and contemporary cosmologies and folkloric traditions from around the world.

Listen Up Portland podcast festival in Portland, Or. (photo by Casey Campbell Photography)

A large component of your podcast includes discussing LGTBQIA+ topics in fiction and mythology, bringing a queer lens to otherwise straight narratives? Can you expand on this?

AM: It’s been a priority from the beginning to center the stories of queer people, women, survivors, and other people whose stories have been erased, minimized, or villainized in the retelling. But at the same time, as queer people we can’t help but bring a queer lens to the stories we share. Julia does a great job selecting stories that I’ll find a way to connect with, and we try to create an environment where both of us and our guests can bring our whole selves to that connection. 

What are some topics you haven’t covered yet but that you would love to cover in the future?

JS: We are working on bringing on some more Indigenous and African guests to talk more about their respective traditions and folklore! 

As someone who has just admittedly gotten into podcasts this year, what do you think draws you in about this medium? What are some of your favorite examples?

AM: People celebrating niche interests is my favorite genre of podcast—and the whole mission of Multitude, the podcast collective of which Spirits is a founding member. Podcasting really lends itself to unexpected intersections of people, topics, and styles, resulting in shows like Exolore (astrophysicist/folklorist Moiya McTier examines worldbuilding in all kinds of fictional universes), One to Grow On (agriculture is political and fascinating), and Advice for/from the Future (what to do if your partner wants to go to Mars, and other advice for futuristic problems).

What advice would you have to give for people who are interested in creating and promoting their own podcast?

JS: Find something that makes you unique, and something that you will be passionate about. There are a lot of podcasts out there (I think a recent study said that in 2020, there were 885,000 new podcasts, which is two new podcasts every minute), so you need to figure out what you are bringing to audiences that they haven’t heard before. 

AM: Check out the dozens of free resources Multitude publishes! Everything you need to get started is at http://multitude.productions/resources

What’s a question you haven’t been asked yet or wish you were asked?

AM: I’m always really interested in how other creators make a living. I write and talk a lot about the business of podcasting, from how we depend on audience support via Patreon to the intricacies of sponsorship booking for podcasts. I wish money wasn’t such a fraught topic to discuss openly, but in the meantime, if anyone out there wants advice or support setting rates or negotiating with a company, hit me up

Finally, what are some LGBTQ+ media (i.e books/ comics/ podcasts/etc.) you would recommend to the readers of Geeks OUT?

JS: Here’s my top LGBTQ+ books from the past year: The Mermaid, the Witch, and the Sea by Maggie Tokuda-Hall, The First Sister by Linden A. Lewis, Gideon the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir, The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet by Becky Chambers, and Upright Women Wanted by Sarah Gailey. 

AM: I’ve gotten really into romance novels over the last year, and my favorite LGBTQ+ books in that genre so far include Once Ghosted, Twice Shy by Alyssa Cole, the Feminine Pursuits series by Olivia Waite, and Boyfriend Material by Alexis Hall. I also love the podcasts Friendshipping, Queery, Gender Reveal, and Bad Queers! Finally, gotta plug the other fantastic members of the Multitude collective. Head over to multitude.productions to learn about them!