Flame Con, billed as “the world’s largest queer comic con,” marks its fourth year with a move to Times Square.
Flame Con, New York City’s first LGBTQ comic con, has announced that the second year of their event will be “(toy) Gun-Free” in the wake of the June 12 mass shooting in Orlando.
2016 Flame Con will be held for TWO days this time. And that’s not all: they’re moving to a bigger location too
We sat down at Flame Con with Cecil Baldwin, star of the podcast Welcome to Night Vale, and talked WTNV’s origins, it’s explosive popularity and how serialized storytelling expands representation of LGBTQ characters
We talk to Geeks OUT founder Joey Stern about the kickstarter-funded Flame Con, coming June 13, New York City’s first ever LGBTQ comic convention.