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Dating for queer nerds chicago

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Or at least it COULD, without the looming threats of Apocalypse, the Sentinels, and Cyclops himself!

White, Kieron Gillen (IRON MAN), Mark Waid (INDESTRUCTIBLE HULK), Josh Fialkov (ULTIMATE COMICS ULTIMATES), Nick Spencer (SECRET AVENGERS), David Marquez (ULTIMATE COMICS SPIDER-MAN) and Arune Singh (Director of Communications) as they take on all questions!9 pm - close, Spin Nightclub in Boystown The Chicago chapter of national LGBT geek organization Geeks OUT throws C2E2's most epic queer geek party, hosted by yours truly! Why is there the perception that they are invading geek spaces?Mix, mingle, and dance the night away, as you vote for our Cosplay Prom Court and take some hawt Prom Pictures, provided by a/s/l media. pm - pm, W473This moderated panel will demystify the spectre of the "fake geek girl" that's been haunting geek culture. Is it really about keeping geek culture "authentic" or about keeping certain people out? pm - pm, W473Be it helping Internet new sites get hits or upsetting the Internet at large, Cosplay has grown in popularity over the years and you probably want in on the action by now.But not everyone can sew, so what do you newbie, WHAT DO YOU DO?They will share their experience of what it's really like to be geeky women navigating their way through the gates of geek culture.

A Q&A session will follow discussion with the panelists.

pm - pm, W470a Join some of the industry's top Writers and Actresses for some candid conversation on what it's like to be a woman working in the TV biz today.

Spend an hour with Jane Espenson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Husbands), Ashley Eckstein (Star Wars: The Clone Wars) and Janina Gavankar (True Blood, Arrow) as they discuss their own careers and the strong female characters they have created along the way. This summer, the cosmic threat known as Thanos strikes in the epic Infinity crossover event!

Shrug as they suggest what soon-to-be irrelevant social media platform to use to show off your "work." Laugh because you feel bad for them and their frail egos need the attention.

Warning - may contain humor and a less than serious look at some aspects of the hobby.

Join our panelists as they throw out several vague suggestions at you at the hopes that sound good!