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Heroes of Cosplay's Holly Conrad shows us how to make familiars. You know, if you don't already have one.
Those looking forward to American Horror Story: Freak Show have only until October 8th to wait. I should catch up on AHS, right? I feel like I should.
In another 30 years the next generation might be reporting from Mars! Or at least, that's what I'd like to see happen. Also cats on mars.
I personally have never had such a thought. Nope. Never.
People tend to see the word "reboot" and start crossing themselves to ward off the devil, but surely this is one entry into the genre we can all get behind: It's being reported that Amazon is set to revive cult classic superhero parody The Tick, with Patrick Warburton on-board as the spoon-shouting savior of The City.
There's a lot going on this weekend - between Dragon Con, PAX Prime, and Fan Expo Canada, pretty much all of North America is getting their nerd on. Sam (that's me!) is representing The Mary Sue up in Toronto, and it's been a blast.Show More Summary
The mind behind Blackford Manor is Jiwook Kim, who’s contributed to The Simpsons Movie, Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder, and most recently Bob’s Burgers as a storyboard revisionist. Here, she excellently combines gothic horror with a heaping bowl full of morbid humor. Morbid humor and questionable meats, that is.
Sara Goodwin, whom you may remember from her life lessons from Labyrinth post earlier this week and her examination of Farscape's gender roles before then, was on hand at last weekend's Matsuricon, where she was kind enough to keep an eye out for some amazing cosplay. Show More Summary
Baby got bag?
The TV Gods work in mysterious ways: Deadline is reporting that cult classic The Greatest American Hero has been resuscitated as a one-hour series for Fox that will be "shepherded" by Clone High creators and Lego Movie directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller.
There were some good movies that came out this summer. Some bad ones. And a lot of in-between. But which were which? We asked you, our readers, to share your opinions. And now we have the results. 2014 summer movie season, you have been ranked. The TMS writers also share their views on the movies that came out, because we couldn't let you have all the fun.
There are only two puns in our favorite comments roundup this week. I'm going through withdrawal. Save me, commenters, save me.
[Trigger Warning] Brian Adam Jones is the editor-in-chief of Task & Purpose. He also happens to be a veteran of the United States Marine Corps.
I would point out that this set piece appears to contribute to the overall obliviousness of The Hunger Games marketing team, who consistently offer us opportunities to feel like Capitol residents without actually taking into account that the Capitol is terrible. Show More Summary
The PAX Prime gaming convention runs from today, August 29, 2014 to September 1, 2014 in Seattle, Washington. But you can still get in on all the fun thanks to a whole bunch of streams on Twitch. We've collected some of the biggest ones and their stream schedules for you here to simplify your life.
I don't know what's going on here, but I like it.
If you missed out on our giant series of Sailor Moon history posts, then you'll probably be surprised to learn that in Japan, musicals based on the magical girl series were all the rage for years. A new musical based on the first manga arc debuted in 2013, and the Black Moon Clan arc sequel looks to be even more beautifully dorkly. Show More Summary
Music services like iTunes brought digital distribution into the spotlight long ago, but in the years since, concern over the ease of copying files have led to Digital Rights Management (DRM) issues and a slew of different solutions....Show More Summary
It just keeps getting better: For Gods fans who might have been worried that the spirit and enormous scope of the novel would be lost in its transition to the small screen, Fuller made some statements today that should reassure even the most intense of Gaiman purists.
Every once in a while, comics creators try to shake things up and bring a new perspective to classic superhero attire. Sometimes it works, like with Carol Danvers or the latest Batgirl. Sometimes it decidedly does not. Here are those times, as curated by Dorkly.