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Comic Book Yeti

Comic Book Yeti, headed by founder and editor-in-chief Matt Ligeti, publishes simple ad free comic book reviews “by a simple yeti.” Comic Book Yeti’s reviews are straight forward with short paragraphs, bulleted lists, broken down into sections using real talk. And, they won’t take an afternoon to read. If you’re trying to find a comic …

MovieBitches

MovieBitches

MovieBitches (Avaryl and Andrew) publish snarky reviews of Hollywood’s latest and not-so-greatest movies and RuPaul’s Drag Race RuViews while nursing positively gigantic glasses of wine. They see them, so you don’t have to! (And have been doing so since 2013!) These two have a delightful chemistry and banter that’ll make you want to cozy up …

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Movies Silently

Movies Silently is Fritzi Kramer, who creates reviews and articles on silent movies that are fun, accessible and enthusiastic. Her main focus is American films from the silent feature period: 1915-1929. She also covers some foreign silent, remakes, and homages to silent films, as well as later period silent films. She posts mini biographies of …

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The Geekiary

The Geekiary is a blog started by fans, for fans. Proud members of many fandoms—Tumblr users and Twitter addicts, con goers, photographers, cosplayers, artists, and writers they’re consumers and analyzers of geeky media. They approach their work from a fan’s perspective, meaning they’re enthusiastic, passionate. As they say, themselves, they have FEELINGS. the Geekiary has …

The Lesbian Review

The Lesbian Review

The Lesbian Review (TLR) is a website focused on reviewing lesbian fiction, lesbian movies and lesbian music. They even review fan fiction, publishing both written reviews and a podcast regularly. They claim to review only what they enjoy in order to “promote the best products and help lesbian and queer women find their next read/listen/watch.” Primarily focused on books, they’ve …

Uppercut

Uppercut

Uppercut is a site dedicated to looking at games and other forms of media through critical and diverse lenses. Through written, audio and video content, they challenge the status quo and shine a light on games and voices that don’t normally get to take center stage. The name, Uppercut, comes from the aspiration to punch …

Bitches On Comics

Bitches On Comics

Bitches on Comics is a podcast that aims to make comics more welcoming and friendly, particularly for LGBTQ folks and women readers. As they say, “Bitches wanted.” Co-hosted by Sara Century and S.E. Fleenor with sound editing by Kate Warner, the Bitches on Comics podcast serves up advice that answers listener questions, as well as …

theblerdgurl

theblerdgurl

theblerdgurl is Karama Horne, a cultural journalist, content creator, podcaster and geek, “parked at the intersection of geekdom and diversity.” She produces a regular live stream, theblerdgurlLIVE, and theblerdgurl podcast, both of which provide commentary and perspective from the often overlooked black nerd demographic, with a snarky female point of view. She interviews some of the …

But Why Tho?

But Why Tho?

But Why Tho? creates pop culture content and hosts a community that ” is inclusive and representative of the multitude of experiences in pop culture.” Their content includes the flagship podcast, “But Why Tho?” and at least 10 other podcasts driven by over 20 contributors. Their website offers written pop culture reviews on film, television, comics, …

Feminist Frequency

Feminist Frequency

Anita Sarkeesian and the Feminist Frequency team produce media criticism and penetrating feminist analysis with “a hint of humor, a dose of drollery, and a soupçon of snark.” They create video series like Tropes vs. Women in Video Games, Ordinary Women: Daring to Defy History, The FREQ Show, Queer Tropes and a large slate of podcasts. With their …

Black Girl Nerds

Black Girl Nerds

Black Girl Nerds is a pop culture online publication from the lens of nerdy Black women.  Its founder, Jamie Broadnax, describes BGN as being “for ALL women who are just as nerdy as we are and the men who love and appreciate us.  I named this site Black Girl Nerds because the concept of Black …