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Sony Entertainment TV will be broadcasting an Indian version of Game of Thrones is in production as we speak! As if the HBO series weren't epic enough, the series currently being shot in India, called Rani Mahal (or "Queen's Paradise"), is sure to turn the epic-ness dial up to eleven.
More lady toys are good news for everyone! Black Canary is finally getting her own Pop! Vinyl and ReAction figure from Funko - along with Oliver Queen and the rest of the residents of Starling City. The Pop! figures will be available in May, and the ReAction figures in July.
Picking up nowhere near where we left off (it wouldn’t be Yurikuma otherwise), Ginko treats us to an internal monologue where she apologizes to Lulu for lying to her and pretending not to know how she felt, all of which occurs over images of broken honey pots and torn picture books, and… but no. Show More Summary
In 1984, two years before Howard the Duck crashed and burned in theaters, there was Sheena. Technically, the British comic was printed by Jumbo Comics and later Eclipse Comics but in 1984, the story of Sheena was published as part of Marvel Comics' Super Special #34, as Sheena: Queen of the Jungle 1 & 2. Show More Summary
And the exclusive Entertainment Weekly Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. poster images just keep on coming! Check out this week's artwork created by Delicious Design League, which spotlights Mockingbird in light of recent developments in the episode, "One Door Closes." Spoilers ahoy!
John Marcotte, founder of Heroic Girls and father of two superhero-obsessed daughters The Mary Sue has a great affection for, has a thing or two to say about showing girls that superheroes aren't "for boys." It's an incredibly important...Show More Summary
Katniss Everdeen, the Girl on Fire, who volunteers to take her sister’s place in the monstrous Hunger Games, is a hero and a legend. After going through some of the most horrific events imaginable, Katniss attempts to end her own life. Show More Summary
Shark Tank might not necessarily be in The Mary Sue's niche, but Mikaila Ulmer sure is.
We're already pretty excited about Marvel's upcoming Netflix series, AKA Jessica Jones, starring Krysten Ritter as Jessica Jones, Mike Colter as Luke Cage, and Carrie-Anne Moss as Harper, a new character created for the show that Marvel describes as "a no-nonsense woman who could prove a powerful ally to Jessica... if Jessica doesn't completely alienate her first."
March 26th really should be considered an Official Geek Holiday at this point. It was ten years ago today that Doctor Who returned to television with the Ninth Doctor, and the episode, "Rose."
Oh, Her Universe. Will you never stop emptying our wallets while simultaneously filling our hearts?
What did you think of last night's Arrow? Sound off in the comments below, but beware of spoilers if you're not caught up yet!
You may know Boeing as that airplane company, but they're more than an aircraft manufacturer. They design and develop satellites and weapon systems too. They have a new patent and it may be the beginning of force field technology.
Interstellar is already available for download and will be out on Blu-Ray on March 31, and Paramount has kicked off a "Bite Size Science" website to celebrate and provide some insight into the fascinating, good-enough-for-real-scientists science behind the movie.
At a recent press junket for his upcoming film Kill Me Three Times, Star Trek and Mission: Impossible star Simon Pegg was asked how the opportunity to write the next Star Trek movie arose and what he hopes to bring to the script
At this year’s Toy Fair, held once again in New York City, DC Collectibles unveiled the latest statue in their impressive Gotham City Garage line. As a follow up to last year’s Catwoman statue, for 2015 we’re getting Joker’s main squeeze, Harley Quinn.
Where do you go after the OMGWTFPOLARBEAR of last week's episodes??
Back in January, a Tumblr post from Bojack Horseman series creator Raphael Bob-Waksberg gained a lot of attention for its discussion of comedy's tendency to automatically use male, white characters as the norm.
I grew up on Sailor Moon, so my love for tough female characters started at a very young age. The last zine project I curated was Moon Power, which was a Sailor Moon fanzine, and after the success of that project I decided I wanted to do a new zine that focused on female characters and had original content from artists. Show More Summary
Larry Wilmore's take on slut shaming on The Nightly Show is spot-on.