Nighshots: Qomix Queer Comicon Party 2019

Queers and geeks gathered at the Timbre Room on the last night of Emerald City Comic Con 2019 for a little fun, a little cosplay, and a whole lotta dancing at the 2019 Qomix: Queer Comicon Party. DJ Joy Ma and DJ Calente Cardwell turned it up on the decks, while Arson Nicki brought it to you on stage, and you all turned it out on the dance floor.

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Totally Unofficial Queer Guide to Emerald City Comic Con 2019

Emerald City Comic Con is just around the corner! Every year, comic and media lovers of all stripes flock to the convention center to see celebrities, browse merchandise, check out panels and play games. Whether you want to pony up for autographs, see your favorite voice-over actors read scripts in wacky voices, or meet your favorite creators, there’s something for everyone.

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Q&A: Queer Asian Actors Playing Straight Roles

While straight Asian actors have been making inroads in playing leading roles in Hollywood, queer inclusion has still been lacking. That’s why Victor Rodriguez III and Jake Choi, two examples of out, queer actors taking on straight roles, are doubly important to changing the hollow representation of the Asian community on both the big and small screen. 

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The Beat: ZELLi

We’re back babies, and this time The Beat, brought to you by Rainbow Rebellion and Queerspace Magazine, is bringing you some black girl magic with the amazingly talented rapper and dancer ZELLi, as she shares her deep roots in the Seattle hip hop scene with CarLarans, then twerks the Re-bar stage for a live performance, including her new single, Thotfull.

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Nightshots: Catharsis

Audience members at The Timbre Room witnessed five artists performing acts of radical self love. The artists were challenged to pull back the curtains on the emotional trauma that inspired their performances. Hosts Lillith and Stasia Coup, along with dance performers The Drama Tops, burlesque artist Britt Brutality, and drag artist Angel Baby Kill Kill Kill each gave us their artistic interpretations of a broken heart, followed by a short, intimate conversation on stage about just what makes their broken hearts tick.

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Youth-Led Rogue Rainbow Presents A Clothing Swap

The Queer and Trans Youth Music Project (QTYMP) wants youth programs in the hands of the youth themselves. The project was birthed out of the legacy of Queer Rock Camp in 2016 and is a fiscal sponsee of the Vera Project. Under the umbrella of QTYMP are Camp Emerald and Rogue Rainbow. Camp Emerald is a week-long summer camp in Seattle where queer and trans youth ages 14 to 21 learn to play an instrument, join a band and perform in a show on the final night.

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Outstanding Round 2: Corina Lucas & Mitch Mitchell

Welcome to the latest episode of Outstanding: Queer Comic Competition, hosted by Bobby Higley, where you, the audience, get to choose who wins and who walks. In the episode, Corina Lucas and Mitch Mitchell face off on stage at Timbre Room. Pick your favorite below to determine who continues forward for a chance to win a share of $1500 in cash and prizes courtesy of AHF!

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