Admittedly, I didn’t watch Will and Grace when it aired originally. I did catch some eps here and there in the rerun universe, but I never saw the series all the way through. To be honest, I didn’t even like the characters of Will and Grace that much. I liked Karen and Jack far more than the series namesake characters. When I saw that the new series was going to make a come back, I was somewhat happy but I still have not actually watched the first episode yet. I can not even explain why I was never that curious about the original series and watching it all the way through like I have with other sitcoms. Do you like the series? Is the new series worth checking out?



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It’s Super Hunk! Also known as Super Hung…for obvious reasons. He’s a new superhero in town. More specifically, he’s a new hero in San Francisco and he has a whole gallery of super horny villains that are wrecking havoc all over the city. Super Hung #1 was drawn and written by Alexander and published by Class Comics.

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If you were unaware of this, October is LGBT History month. I am no where near educated enough to provide insight to events that have taken place with regards to our past. As is, even currently, equality is not any where near where we should be as a society. Our current timeline of events have been harsh and cruel to say the least. However with some very strong people leading the way, there have been many victories as well. Some resources for events or just simply a history lesson, here a couple sites that I found informative:

There is an LGBT History site that provides info on many iconic figure and provides resources. Their website is located: LGBTHistoryMonth.com

I found a personal blog that regularly updates with LGBT historic events over at: GayWrites.org

There is the GLSEN.org site that gives historic details that I never even heard of before recently.


I do want to point out that one of the events that started off the modern LGBT movement was an annual protest event called The Reminder that took place each July 4 at Independence Hall in Philadelphia starting in 1965. The Stonewall Riots took place on June 28, 1969 to which the final Reminder protest happened one week later. The two leading figures during the Stonewall Riots were trans women Marsha P. Johnson and Silvia Rivera. Both women are sometimes ignored or completely forgotten when discussing this affair. I consider both to be such heroic women.


Something has been off in the Marvel Comic Book Universe for some time. So there is a new direction being taken in the coming months with Legacy #1. This one shot issue supplies lots of different stories that may interconnect, but also give turning points in many of the main characters that made Marvel great. Major spoilers in this video. Remember though, this is not DC Rebirth. (I’m lying, it is totally Marvel trying to their own version of DC’s Rebirth)

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My boy and favorite superhero of all time, Tim Drake aka Red Robin, is back! He’s been locked up by Mr. Oz for reasons unknown, but not for long. He’s breaking out and teaming up with some other inmates. MAJOR SPOILERS in this review.

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It’s time for another event for Gaaays in Spaaace! This a touring event that celebrates sexual diversity within the Star Trek universe. This was founded by Dan Deevy and has a host of celebrities appear. There are Q&As, photo ops and other activities. All Star Trek and sci-fi experiences welcomed. The event takes place on September 29th at SM23 Bar and Lounge in Morristown, NJ.

Doors open at 6PM with celebrity arrivals beginning at 7PM. “One of the most important tools to have while struggling to fix the problems of today, is HOPE for tomorrow.” – DAN DEEVY, Founder

Event info is located at: EventBrite.com/Gaaays-in-Spaaace-Parsippany-NJ


Some people hated the premiere of Star Trek: Discovery and some loved it. I was entertained myself and I will tune in to the series. I did have lots of problems, however there were not enough negatives for me to skip past the series altogether. I will tune into it! I admit I am not the biggest of Trekkies or Trekkers, so I did not read a lot more than just a basic plot of the series before watching the first two episodes. So I did not know what to be expecting. Maybe this is one of the reasons that I was not as disappointed as others. Also, I can except the changes in history and canon and the look of the Klingons. Which I know that’s blasphemy for some out there.


The only *SPOILER* I will give is…


***SPOILER*** I was anxiously waiting to see Anthony Rapp’s character of Lt. Paul Stamlets and Wilson Cruz as Medical Officer Hugh Culber. Since they did not appear, I was disappointed. I am a bit biased on wanting to like their characters as I was hoping to see these two openly gay actors playing two gay characters in a sci-fi show that has had mostly only heterosexual relationships. So not seeing any hint of either of them, was a downer for me. However I can wait. I will be patient and I do want to see the series based on many other factors besides just this. Although this is just my opinion though. What do you think? Did you like it?



Tim Drake’s origin is being restored somewhat in the upcoming Detective Comics storyline – A Lonely Place of Living. A preview came from MultiversityComics.com that shows an updated version of Tim’s origin that looks much more familiar than what is currently being passed as his origin. If you are not aware of it, his origin was drastically altered when the DC Comics event called Flashpoint created what is called the New 52. His entire identity was taken. Literally. In the New 52 universe, his real name is not even suppose to be Tim Drake and his parents are in a witness protection program. Also, he was never known as Robin but always went as Red Robin…ugh I hated that. So this change is great news to me.


Unless you are new to my site, then you probably already know that Timothy Jackson Drake aka Red Robin is my favorite superhero of all time. Not just sidekick. Favorite overall. In my humble opinion, he’s also the best of the Robins to have existed. He held his own comic book ongoing series for over a decade. He was my definitive Robin. Taking his identity and making him an arrogant douchebag just spit on his character who fought and had to prove himself as being able to take up the mantle of Robin.


How will his new/original origin be incorporated into the current DC Universe? How is it that the original Robin costume (Jason Todd’s) shown in the case will be placed back into continuity as well? So many questions!!! I’m dying here. If you are reading this, thank you for indulging me. I am quite excited about this. We’ll start to get answers starting 9/27/2017. I am excited!



My buddy Ryan Peachey, who is a member of the Evil GayComicGeek Corp is getting married to his long time boyfriend Codye. I cannot support all GoFundMe projects, but I will definitely support one my good buddy.

If you’re so inclined to help Ryan and his fiancé Codye, I’m attaching a link to his GoFundMe page. Like I said, both are awesome guys. Anything I can do to help, even just spreading the word, I’ll do it.

The site is located at: GoFundMe.com/Ryan-And-Codyes-Wedding