Welcome to “Gay of the Week,” where we highlight LGBT characters in film, television, comics, anime, and video games. This week, we’re looking at you! Or more specifically, your player character in the Fable games. […]
If you’ve been following Gay Nerds for a while, you know how much we love The Protomen. With their Mega Man-inspired multiple act dark rock opera, The Protomen have rocked the stage with the likes […]
Welcome to part two of this installment of “Gays of the Week,” where we’re highlighting the Young Avengers. In part one, we looked at Wiccan, his brother Speed, and his fiance Hulkling. In this […]
Welcome to another first installment of “Gay of the Week,” where we highlight LGBT characters in film, television, comics, anime, and video games. This week, we’ll be highlighting not just one individual, but an entire […]
Welcome to the first installment of “Gay of the Week,” where we highlight LGBT characters in film, television, comics, anime, and video games. Our first entry is Kamen Rider Gaim’s badass pastry chef, Oren Pierre […]
This is a problem I’ve had since first leaving the closet behind, and I’m sure it’s something other gay nerds have dealt with. You’ve probably heard the phrase “separating the art from the artist” and […]
Kirby Krackle is one of the greatest bands of all time. If you’re not listening to them, then shame on you. No, this isn’t just bias because their lyrics are heavily comic book driven. They also have songs about video games and old Saturday morning cartoons! See, these guys have range!
Kyle Stevens and Jim Demonakos have been rocking the nerd world since 2009 with their self-titled debut album. Their recent release (“E For Everyone”) even features a full music video for the single “On And On.” I pulled up an e-chair and sat down with the duo as we discussed the video, their writing process, and various other nerdy things. Hit the jump for the full interview!
Look at this big guy! Just look at him! For those that don’t know, this is Zangief. His interests are Mother Russia, Mohawks, and Wrestling Bears. Speaking of “bears,” he seems to match that profile, does he not? Zangief has been a Street Fighter mainstay since the classic Street Fighter II. Being such a strong character, Zangief never backs down from a fight. Even going all out against female characters such as Chun Li or Cammy. Does that make him a misogynist? Or could he possibly be hiding something else?