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Some shows ambush you out of nowhere, and you find you just can't stop watching. Other shows are introduced by a friend, and you watch it as a favor, slowly getting Stockholm-ed into loving it. Steven Universe is the first show that walked up to me (metaphorically, or course), made friends, and invited me over for ice cream and music and a cool, chill house party.
That's right, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin yell at the moon. It is their right, as astronauts. They once walked on its face.
These days, more and more of us are moving farther and farther away from our families for various reasons and can't always "get home" for holidays. The family of the 21st century is made up of friends, so when you celebrate Friendsgiving, you are celebrating with family.
Ava DuVernay responded to Quentin Tarantino's boneheaded comments about Selma being snubbed at the Oscars, essentially wondering why everyone was so surprised.
CBS' Supergirl has featured Superman before—well, parts of him, anyway—but now the character is finally coming to the show in full! Sort of?
The trailer for Captain America: Civil War (AKA Avengers 2.5) finally made its glorious debut last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Watch for copious Stucky, Black Panther, friendship feelings from both Cap, Nat, and Tony, and more!
Dragging myself away from Jessica Jones to write this is such sweet sorrow but hey! Ratboy's back. And he's brought another cliffhanger.
It’s my pleasure to bring you this special JUMBO-SIZED Thanksgiving edition of Pull Wisely to get you through the long holiday weekend! This week, I have two comics in our Spotlight Review: Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #1 from Marvel, and Archie Comics' Archie #4.
The "Smell of Books" fragrance collection is sadly not real, but if it were, I would probably douse my house in it.
"Having spent the last decade in Panem, it’s time to move on to other lands."
You might ask, “Why is this show still on, and who are these fans?” It's more complex than a lot of people understand.
Artist Matt Vince created some amazing concept posters for a Ghibli adaptation of The Legend of Zelda that make my heart ache.
Every month brings another batch of titles that Netflix is gaining and losing, and December is fast approaching. We've got the full list so that you can plan what you need to marathon before it's gone, as well as what you'll be able to fill your holiday season with starting next month.
Fantastic 4 must have been a pretty awkward and low-energy ride, because even the Honest Trailer seems tinged with a little sadness. Don't get me wrong, there are plenty of zingers in here -- but the actors look so bored and disengaged throughout it all that even the funny voiceover can't quite save 'em.
When will the awesome- and just-goofy-enough-looking Legends of Tomorrow debut? In the fuuuuutuuuuuure.
Sandy King Carpenter, who frequently collaborates with him as a producer, went on Killer POV Podcast, where she confirmed that she and her husband were working on four new television series.
These 10 productivity-boosting apps for Mac, however, definitely do—especially since you can score them for a whopping 92% off at The Mary Sue Shop.
I was on my Facebook recently when I saw a bunch of my NYU classmates linking to this Facebook page. It was especially gross because NYU had recently hosted an all-University listening conversation about diversity and inclusiveness and this was clearly some butt-head's reaction to an open dialogue.
If you’re like me and the rest of The Mary Sue crew, you’re really enjoying CBS’ Supergirl. Finally, TV networks have figured out what women want, and it’s superheroes who like to hit things and save the world while also talking about the patriarchy. Show More Summary
I’ve been watching Adult Swim for more than a decade, and it hasn’t always been easy to find myself, or images of women I know, in the programming.