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As part of BOOM! Studios' "Road to San Diego" campaign, we here at The Mary Sue are proud to help announce a brand new comic coming to shelves this November from their imprint, BOOM! Box: SLAM!
As we reported last week, Facebook released information regarding the company's "efforts" to diversify their workforce and citing the "pipeline" problem as their main obstacle. Now, black women in tech are speaking out about exactly why this excuse is a crock of crap.
Today is my last day at the good ship TMS, and I've got a lot of people to thank for making my years at Geekosystem and The Mary Sue so rewarding.
There are so many reasons why the Republican National Convention has made for uncomfortable viewing, to say the least, but the recent analysis of Melania Trump's speech has given us several more reasons to feel baffled.
You can't keep Kesha down.
We've been excited about Overwatch's new hero, Ana, since she was announced and instantly became everyone's new favorite character. Finally, developer Blizzard put out a patch today that introduced Ana to all PC players and brought with it some balance changes for the multiplayer online shooter.
"The goal is to go down in history as the best woman fighter to ever live. That's my goal."
Yesterday, we made the exclusive announcement that the kids' graphic novel publisher Papercutz would be launching a new line of books aimed at tween girls. The line, called Charmz, is set to launch in May 2017 with four new titles to kick things off. This week, we'll be showcasing each of the titles, allowing you to get to know the line, the stories, and their creators.
Cinema Relics, a creative group of film fans, banded together to create a full-length live-action Futurama fan film. Check out the trailer for their movie!
This shouldn't happen to anyone, ever. Certainly not over daring to star in the film reboot of a beloved franchise, but yesterday was the culmination of several weeks of racist abuse heaped on Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones for busting ghosts while black.
Season-long mysteries get devastating answers, our cast struggles to know who to trust, desperate times lead to desperate plans, and characters be droppin' like flies. Geez. Did I accidentally switch over to Game of Thrones: The Animated Series at some point?
Stephen Colbert hung up his Captain America shield after the season finale of The Colbert Report, then moved on to playing the role of himself on The Late Show. But in these trying times, we need a TV show egotist.
"VikkiKitty," a Super Smash Bros. pro player has accused fellow player Cristian Medina, aka "Hyuga," of sexual harassment, alleging that he molested her in her hotel room.
Marvel’s third (well, 6th) Spider-Man film hits theaters in 2017 and is finally casting New York as it really looks. It’s refreshing to see that so many people of color have been cast in Spider-Man: Homecoming, but that doesn’t mean I’m not nervous. Show More Summary
We're gonna binge the whole of season three in one go, starting now. LET'S DO THIS.
It may seem like Pokémon GO has already taken over the world, but that domination has been missing one key area: Japan, the actual home of Pokémon. That will reportedly end tomorrow, so if you were planning to get outside and catch some Pokémon, maybe you should wait until Thursday, judging by how past regional launches have gone.
Whether you realize it or not, the new Ghostbusters is packed with as many close-to-reality details as humanly possible. This was done thanks to the efforts of the two MIT physicists who served as consultants for the film: Janet Conrad and Lindley Winslow.
Comedy Central's 7 Minutes in Purgatory is a new show that forces comedians to perform without seeing or hearing their audience by sticking them in a truck.
All-ages comics are all the rage, and at the forefront of that trend is Papercutz, the country's #1 publisher of kids' graphic novels. For over a decade, Papercutz has been attracting teen and tween readers with stuff like The Hardy Boys, Nancy Drew, The Smurfs, and Geronimo Stilton, as well as imported translations. Show More Summary
In Netflix's move to expand and take over the entire world, their growth in terms of new subscribers has actually slowed a bit. While they're still moving in the right direction, subscriber numbers are falling short of expectations, and there may be a simple reason why: people don't like higher prices.